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This course is an introduction to Emotion Coaching and it’s practical application in schools
Based on research by American Psychologist John Gottman, Emotion Coaching uses moments of heightened emotion and resulting behaviour to guide and teach the child and young person about more effective responses.
Through empathetic engagement the child's emotional state is verbally acknowledged and validated, promoting a sense of security and feeling 'felt'. This activates changes in the child's neurological system and allows the child to calm down, physiologically and psychologically.
The session will be lead by Katherine Mahony.Essential Information
Supporting people with dementia and their carers throughout the dementia journey delivered by Dementia Trainer Janet Lallysmith
Delegates must attend part 1 & 2 to complete the course.
This one-day course split over two consecutive days enables delegates to understand how best to support a person with dementia and their carers from diagnosis through to end of life
Who should attend?
Anyone with an understanding of dementia and person-centred care who is involved in the care or support of people with dementia in any setting
This course is a virtual course run via Zoom or Teams - joining instructions will be sent to via diary invite a week before the course date.
Please note, this course will have regular breaks for participants so please ensure you take yourself away from the screen. The course is aimed to be interactive.
This 5day course is based on the inter-professional curriculum framework for Back Care Advisers giving the opportunity for the delegate to reach the standards of a Key Worker (manual handling)/ Lead Trainer as recommended by National Back Exchange.
Who should attend?
Please note to be a lead trainer relevant professional qualifications and at least 5 years working in a healthcare, educational or social care setting are required. Staff without this can still attend the course but will work under the supervision of the lead trainer.
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||27 October 2021||09:30 - 16:30||Paulsgrove Housing Office (Discovery Training Room)||Map|
|2||28 October 2021||09:30 - 16:30||Paulsgrove Housing Office (Discovery Training Room)||Map|
|3||03 November 2021||09:30 - 16:30||Paulsgrove Housing Office (Discovery Training Room)||Map|
|4||04 November 2021||09:30 - 16:30||Paulsgrove Housing Office (Discovery Training Room)||Map|
|5||17 November 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 November for conversation on the subject with help from specialist practitioners - limited places for NHS protectedEssential Information
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There seems to be a misconception around 'helping people' and a tendency to move towards specific training that is overly complicated, sometimes daunting and often ends up sitting on the 'shelf' - The Healthy Conversation Skills training aims to de-mystify the art of 'giving help' and build confidence in everyone.
This 3 hour, fully interactive virtual training is designed to encourage and support the philosophy behind Making Every Contact Count (MECC) with added peer support, networking opportunities and a desire to implement what they learn in their daily lives
We all have a shared responsibility to be healthy in the conversations we have with our residents/customers and each other. We need to invest time in the development of our skills now while there is a collective consideration of health and inequality made so evident in the current pandemic.
If people are empowered to be proactive and opportunistic in their approach to helping others with more complex issues like mental health and sexual health: they will need to be confident in having a basic conversation; using reflection, open discovery questions and a person centred, asset based approach.Essential Information
Change is something we all have to deal with, in our personal lives as well as at work. The pace and frequency of change can put enormous pressure on people, affecting relationships and impacting business performance. The organisations that survive and thrive are those that can successfully manage change and make the most of the opportunities that change offer.
This virtual workshop on Microsoft Teams explores change in a business context, why implementing change is so difficult and how you can increase your chances of getting change to stick.Essential Information
This 1/2 day course will teach you how manage, report and learn from medication errors (incidents). It will enable you to provide the correct response to Safeguarding Teams and the Care Quality Commission. It will enable you to reduce the chance of medication errors re-occurring by learning from them
Who should attend?
Managers and seniors in all care settingsEssential Information
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
This event, for all new, permanent starters at PCC, forms a foundation for you as you start your employment with PCC.
The event provides you with key information on:
This will be delived as an online interactive session that encourages you to explore your experience of PCC so far and your expectations going forward and there will be plenty of opportunities for discussion and Q&A.
Please note, if you are returning to PCC after a period away, you don't need to attend the event.Essential Information