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This course will provide a three year qualification in Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) for staff who are either coming to the end of their existing EFAW qualification or for staff who do not have a EFAW qualification and require it for their job role.Essential Information
This is a one day course including theory and practice
Who Should Attend?
New staff whose role directly or indirectly involves the handling of people should attend this course.
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||15 July 2021||09:30 - 16:30||Paulsgrove Housing Office (Discovery Training Room)||Map|
Let’s talk about sex! Sex is a part of life and reproduction - not talking about it can be dangerous and harmful for some people so we tailor July for conversation on the subject with help from specialist practitioners - limited places for NHS protectedEssential Information
Lite Making Every Contact Count (MECC) Conversation Skills
Making Every Contact Count (MECC) is a Royal Society of Public Health accredited course and is about supporting you to make the most of every opportunity you have with the people you come into contact with every day to make a change.
The Making Every Contact Counts approach helps to ensure you are able to make a difference to the clients you work with by encouraging and supporting them to change behaviours that may be damaging to their health and wellbeing.
Who is the training suitable for?
Social Workers and ISA's that have completed their Strength Based Training are encouraged to attend MECC. In 'usual times' MECC would consist of two sessions delivered face to face, however, due to the pandemic this can't take place. In response to this MECC Lite is being delivered in one session and has been adapted to be delivered virtually. The session is three hours long and is very interactive.
This course is a virtual course run via Zoom or Teams - please add the date into your calendar, joining instructions will be sent to you a week before the course date.
This virutal course is for anyone who manages or supervises staff or has responsibility for workplace wellbeing: To enable them to learn how to recognise when a staff member is struggling with mental health and how they can support them professionally.Essential Information
Safer Care Target Group:
All newly approved carers, as soon after approval as possible. All other carers who need an update on policy, practice and research.
This course will look at why it is important to think about Safe Care in relation to foster carers, their families and wider networks, ensuring children and young people in care are safe in a family environment.