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6. Collecting Useful Information

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We know what information we should collect
To meet the standard in full, you have identified the most important and useful information to collect. The information is linked to your performance measures and meets your reporting needs. You have considered both quantitative data (numbers) and qualitative data (for example, case studies) that might be helpful.
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We don’t do this at all
We use data-collection methods that meet our needs
To meet the standard in full, you have considered the data collection methods available. You have chosen methods and tools that are relevant to your area of work and will give you the information you need. These are practical to use and reasonable to implement within the resources (such as staff time and money) available to you.
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We don’t do this at all
We collect information in a planned and co-ordinated way
To meet the standard in full, you are clear on what information you will collect, how you will collect it, when you will collect it, and who will collect it. Your plan is widely understood and supported by your team.
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We don’t do this at all
We collect information regularly and consistently
To meet the standard in full, you collect information regularly (before and after your organisation makes a difference), at agreed times, and from the right sources. Collecting information is part of the day-to-day work of your organization. The people who are responsible for collecting information have the tools they need to collect it consistently and accurately.
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We don’t do this at all
We collect data in an efficient and ethical way
To meet the standard in full, you collect no more data than you need, and you collect it in ways that are respectful to the people you serve. If it is not possible to collect data from everyone you work with, you use an appropriate sample.
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We don’t do this at all
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