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Kitemarking and inspections

The National Participation Kitemark is awarded to services who have demonstrated that they are achieving against all seven National Participation Standards. A certificate is awarded, and the kitemark is endorsed by Welsh Government. If an organisation does not pass the inspection, they’ll be given feedback on how to improve, to be able to make another application.

The Self-assessment tool can be used by organisations to see how they are doing with participation internally.

For the kitemark, every organisation will need to provide at least three pieces of evidence per standard to show the range of work that has taken place over the previous 12 months.

Further information

For more information about the standards or the kitemarking process, please contact chris.richards@childreninwales.org.uk  or call us on 029 2034 2434.

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