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Then come along to the surgeries which will run monthly for 2 hours.
This course is for adult social care provider staff. It aims to develop understanding of diabetes, and its management. The course describes some of the health complications associated with diabetes, ways of managing the condition and how to recognise when a person requires emergency assistance.
We suggest you complete the two day Drug & Alcohol Basic Awareness course before attending any of the more specialised full day courses. This is to equip you with more general knowledge and skills in preparation for learning about the more in depth topics. Don’t hesitate to contact the Health Promotion Team on 01273 731900 if you would like to discuss this further.
This course will enable participants to understand and gain skills to work effectively with service-users who present with mental health and substance misuse issues. Participants will review key definitions of terms, explore attitudes and myths, have the opportunity to discuss best practice in direct work, and gain confidence in understanding treatment pathways and local support systems. Participants will discuss how best to work at community level, using effective screening and signposting to specialist services.Essential Information
This course is provided to allow partners to understand the profile of the Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) and how their implementation and coordination monitors and manages the potential risk presented by offenders who reside within the community.
This is a joint session with East Sussex County Council.
This training is provided by the Local Safeguarding Children's Board (LSCB)Essential Information
This course is suitable for staff and carers working with people with learning disabilities who want to develop skills in using Makaton. This is the professional route.
Makaton is a language programme involving speech, manual signs and graphic symbols developed to help people with communication difficulties, especially people with learning disabilities.
By the end of this 3 day workshop participants will have improved and developed their skills using Makaton signs and symbols from stages 5-8.Essential Information
Standard Teen Triple P is a broadly focused parenting support intervention on a one-to one basis for parents of teenagers up to 16 years of age. After thorough family assessment, parents set their own goals, learn ways to encourage positive behaviour for teens, and teach their teens new skills such as problem solving, conflict resolution, and self-regulation. Over 10 one-to-one sessions, parents identify the influences on teenagers’ behaviour and set their own goals for change. Parents also learn ways to use appropriate consequences for problem behaviour (e.g. breaking family rules, taking inappropriate risks, emotional outbursts).
To provide Standard Teen Triple P to families, practitioners must complete the approved training programme and demonstrate their knowledge and competence in programme delivery through a skills-based accreditation process.
This is a three day course and is for Parenting Practitioners and ITF workers only. Participants will also need to attend additional accreditation sessions.
Information for Brighton & Hove City Council applicants
Places for this course will be prioritised for workers who have already shadowed a Level 4 Teen group. As a minimum, applicants will need to commit to also co-facilitating a Triple P Teen Group in the autumn term, and subsequently commit to deliver a specified number of parenting interventions.
Please discuss with Jenny Collins firstname.lastname@example.org before you apply.
Prevent is one of the four strands of CONTEST, the Government’s Counter Terrorism Strategy. The ‘Prevent’ Strategy is to reduce the threat to the UK from terrorism and aims ‘to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism’. Prevent addresses all forms of terrorism.
The WRAP - ‘Workshop To Raise Awareness Of Prevent’ - training provides an introduction to ‘Prevent’ aimed at objective two of the Prevent strategy - supporting vulnerable people. It has been developed by the Home Office to raise awareness of and explain Prevent within the wider safeguarding context. The workshop will develop your knowledge of support available and skills to recognise when someone may be becoming involved in or supporting terrorism, to help them make a decision not to carry on that path, before any crime is committed.
The Far Right Aware section in the workshop is designed to augment existing WRAP training on extremism issues, focusing on how they relate to the extreme right. It will enable professionals in their role to challenge extremist and terrorist ideology.
This training is aimed at front line staff in adult assessment services and managers and deputy managers of adult social care provider services.