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To log your interest for this module please click on “request a place" and then, if you have not already done so, please complete the BHCC ASYE application form available in the documents attached to this course. This must be returned to email@example.com by the end of September 2017.
Compassionate Practice: Addressing the Relationship Challenges of the Social Work Role is the new 30 credit CPD module that will support the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE) and is referred to, in this application pack as the ‘ASYE Module’. The module is taught by the University of Sussex.
This six week module, run in the Summer Term, is delivered via a series of seminars and lectures given by professionals, practitioners and service users in children's services to help develop the skills and knowledge of newly qualified workers.
Taught sessions run from 1-4pm. Students spend morning in the University Library, or working on research-based studies to complement their learning.
The sessions integrate current theory with practice, and will help you to consider the challenges and dilemmas of contemporary practice whilst you get to grips with your daily responsibilities.
You will explore your learning in relation to your practice experience and relevant Professional Capabilities Framework (PCF) domains, and the course will enable you to meet requirements of Knowledge and Skills statements. During your period of study, you will benefit from access to the University’s library, various social work materials, and from peer support.Essential Information
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||25 April 2018||13:00 - 16:00||University of Sussex||Map|
|2||02 May 2018||13:00 - 16:00||University of Sussex||Map|
|3||09 May 2018||13:00 - 16:00||University of Sussex||Map|
|4||16 May 2018||13:00 - 16:00||University of Sussex||Map|
|5||23 May 2018||13:00 - 16:00||University of Sussex||Map|
|6||06 June 2018||13:00 - 16:00||University of Sussex||Map|
To log your interest for this CPD module please click on “request a place" by 30th June 2017.
This 30 credit module is designed to enable senior practitioners and managers in children’s services to develop their knowledge and skills in current law, policy and research relating to risk analysis and decision-making and consider how these can be applied in day-to-day practice and/or management across a range of work place settings and roles.
You will learn about key perspectives, theory and the evidence base for risk and you will be taught in large groups. Additional smaller seminar groups provide a space for practitioners and managers to consider role-related challenges. Both inform work-based action learning projects, as well as critical reflection and the development of risk management practice. Peer feedback through ‘sharing’ progress on risk projects in seminars and via the virtual learning environment is an assessment requirement, and evidence of learning is incorporated into your portfolio.
Themes covered include:
Key concepts and challenges in decision-making
The legal, policy and practice context
Perspectives on Risk
Supervision, accountability and working in a political environment
Risk and risky situations: safe and creative strategies
Learning from serious case reviews
Working with Denial
This module can be taken as part of a PGCert, PGDip or as a stand alone module. See application information under 'attached document' for further details of modules, pathways and awards.Essential Information
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||07 February 2018||09:30 - 16:30||University of Sussex||Map|
|2||28 February 2018||09:30 - 16:30||University of Sussex||Map|
|3||07 March 2018||09:30 - 16:30||University of Sussex||Map|
|4||21 March 2018||09:30 - 16:30||University of Sussex||Map|
|5||11 April 2018||09:30 - 16:30||University of Sussex||Map|
|6||25 April 2018||09:30 - 16:30||University of Sussex||Map|
|7||16 May 2018||09:30 - 16:30||University of Sussex||Map|
|8||06 June 2018||09:30 - 16:30||University of Sussex||Map|
Brighton & Hove is committed to meeting the needs of those harmed by crime and conflict, by ensuring safe, secure and effective restorative practices are embedded throughout the city. This is the pledge made by the city's Community Safety Partnership in 2015.
This training covers the full range of skills outlined in the core 2013 National Occupational Standards for Restorative Practice.
This course was accredited by the Restorative Justice Council in March 2018 to enable learners to facilitate restorative conferences/meetings at the standard required by the Criminal Justice System.
This update is for staff who have attended the safeguarding adults basic awareness training in the last 3 years and need a refresher.
The course is a reminder of the main principles of adult safeguarding in line with the Care Act and the Making Safeguarding Personal approach. It explores practice issues regarding abuse or neglect to service users, including the responsibilities of staff in preventing and reporting this. This course is aimed at frontline staff who support adults.Essential Information
This workshop will build an overview of how to initially identify sexual violence, explore the additional risks and highlight local support.
The session will include responding to disclosure, risk assessment if abuse is current and roles of local services such as the Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVAs) as well as the Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC).Essential Information
This 2 day ‘revised’ trauma training course will provide you with a theoretical base about trauma development and the impact of trauma.There will be time and space to learn and practice skills. The two days will offer you with a unique opportunity to consolidate you learning and reflection.You will be provided with your own resource pack which will be accessible via One space.