Co-design Workshops

Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries

Capability Building

We worked with the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries innovation team to upskill local clubs, associations and partner organisations in methods for effective design, as part of the the Target Participant Program (TPP).

The Targeted Participation Program (TPP) provides funding that enables organisations to promote participation, healthy lifestyles, and active engagement of Western Australian communities in sport and active recreation, with a focus on evidenced based low participation groups.

In 2021/22, funding for TPP was provided as a joint initiative between the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Healthway.

The department and Healthway were seeking applications for co-designed projects that create quality, affordable sport, and active recreation opportunities with a focus on engaging low participation groups.

Projects were required to increase participation in physical activity and ensure participation pathways into community sport or active recreation either by:

  • piloting an innovative targeted concept; or
  • expanding an evidence-based program.

Through this engagement we developed a bespoke codesign workshop that focused on exploring:

  • Introduction into a Co-Design Project
  • Understanding the Benefits and Difficulties of Co-Design
  • How to Approach a Co-Design Project
  • Defining a Co-Design methodology
  • Sequence of events in Co-Design and
  • Methods for the different phases of the Co-Design
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