In some local authorities and organisations someone acts as a Peep co-ordinator or 'champion'. This may include some of the following:
~ offering practitioners support and guidance with their Peep delivery and evaluation/ monitoring;
~ feeding into management/ strategic overview of how Peep delivery contributes to local support for families;
~ observing practitioners, and offering them support with Peep practitioner C&G accreditation;
~ co-ordinating resources, paperwork and/or logistics;
~ co-ordinating local practitioner network meetings (e.g. 2-3 times a year);
~ co-ordinating Peep Progression Pathway qualifications for parents/carers.