The Collaborative Outcomes Learning Tool (COLT)

The Collaborative Outcomes Learning Tool, (COLT), is designed to help sectors such as the police, local authorities, NHS and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service understand the benefits of working more closely on issues such as domestic abuse, radicalisation, mental health, financial harm and substance misuse. These issues frequently cut across child and adult protection and require an integrated approach between services to provide the best outcomes possible for individuals at risk of harm and communities throughout Scotland. The addition of COLT to the WithScotland website ensures that this invaluable training resource is made more widely available to frontline staff, managers and educational bodies.

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This site is hosted by WithScotland but responsibility for the use in practice of any information and views expressed within this resource lies entirely with the user. Views expressed within this resource do not necessarily represent the views of WithScotland as an organisation. WithScotland is part of the University of Stirling.

Access to COLT is via membership only, open only to those who have a professional interest in practice and who have been given permission by WithScotland administrators. WithScotland reserves the right to cancel membership of individuals at any time.

COLT is designed for individual use or as the basis for a taught training session.

COLT contains scenes of violence, self-harm and abusive language.

COLT is protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights and is made available under license from Robert Gordon University. Users of COLT should not reproduce its content in any way without the express permission of Robert Gordon University.

To report any activity on the site that you believe contravenes the guidelines, please email withscotland@stir.ac.uk