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The Improvement Planning Session is the final stage of the self-assessment. It should take no longer than 3 hours and should be attended by Community Planning Partners, Third Sector Interface staff and third sector representatives.
The aim is to take the prioritised actions that have been agreed in the earlier consensus session and identify key actions, risk/cost, time-scale, ownership, measurement and overall outcome of each improvement action.
The session consists of groups working through each improvement action and populating the spider diagram below.
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The information from the Improvement Planning Session is then typed into an improvement plan using the template below.