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Commissioning and Evaluation Toolkit out NOW!


Here at the SPRINT project, we are excited to announce the launch of our BRAND NEW strengths-based training resource, the Commissioning and Evaluation Toolkit!





This new toolkit is free to download and aims to support commissioners, policy makers and service users to plan, evaluate and implement strengths-based practice in their sector.

Completing the trilogy

If you’re a regular visitor to our blog, you’ll know that we released two resources at the start of the year, the Mental Skills Training Toolkit and accompanying Delivery Guide. These resources are built on the 6+ years of learning and evidence from the MST4LifeTM programme, in collaboration with local housing charity, St Basils. The Commissioning and Evaluation Toolkit will be the final piece to the puzzle, completing our trilogy of evidence-based resources.




You can watch a short video summarising the reasons why we began creating our trilogy of mental skills training resources here:




Evidence-based resources

In the new Commissioning and Evaluation Toolkit, we use the MST4LifeTM programme as a case study of a successful strengths-based intervention to improve resilience in young people experiencing homelessness. But we wanted to put across the fact that the strengths-based approach can be used in a variety of sectors with different group of people.

Let’s hear your thoughts!

As with our other resources, the new toolkit is freely available for you to download here. And as we rely on feedback, we would love to hear what you think about this new toolkit. Feedback from you helps us to make sure that our resources continue to be relevant and impactful.




Looking forward to supporting you to implement strengths-based practice with your service users!



Interested in finding out more about our strengths-based resources for working with young people? You can download our Mental Skills Training Toolkit and Delivery Guide, check out our resources and read about our core principles.


What are your favourite strengths-based ways to work with young people? We’d love to hear them in the comments section or on Twitter using #MSTtoolkit #MST4Life


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School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences

University of Birmingham

Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT

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