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Code: BH/21/1341 Beyond GROW (CPD for accredited coaches only)
Code: BH/21/1853 BHSCP - Adverse Childhood Experiences and An Introduction to Trauma Informed Practice
This two hour session, delivered via MS Teams, is for anyone working with children and young people. It will cover Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and introduce Trauma Informed Practice as a way of working to avoid re-traumatising those who have experienced adversity and trauma and promote a strength based and collaborative approach to interventions.Essential Information
Code: BH/21/1164 BHSCP - Graded Care Profile Training (GCP2)
Neglect is one of the most important priorities for all safeguarding staff.
This training is run in colaboration with the NSPCC.
This virtual training offer, is part of the neglect strategy for Brighton and Hove and is the adopted model used to make early assessments of neglect.
Once staff have completed this training they will be licenced to use the GCP2 assessment tool, as part of their working practice. It will prove to be useful addition to evidential based assements, used by all those working with children and young people.
It can be used as part on child protection working, and also as an evidential product for family court.
There is an expectation that staff from all agencies will gain a working knowledge of the GCP2 and how it can be used within their working practice.
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Code: BH/21/0798 BHSCP - Sussex Statutory Child Death Review Process - (Working with the Families)
These sessions which are run by the Child Death Review Lead Nurse and Child Death Review Specialist Nurse, will look at the current protocols around child death. The processes of gaining information while balancing this against the fact you are dealing with a bereavement within a family.
Every family has the right to have their child’s death properly reviewed. Families desperately want to know what happened, how the events could have occurred, what the cause of death was and whether it could have been prevented. This is important in terms of grieving.
These sessions are apprpriate for all staff who work within safeguarding, and deal with families, children and young people.
Code: BH/21/1383 Challenging conversations for managers (EVENT FULL)
The workshop stands-alone, however it complements and is consistent with other management training sessions (e.g. People & Performance Management and Emotional Intelligence for Managers).
The workshop is tailored to B&HCC needs and incorporates important aspects of the organisation’s culture, especially the council’s Values and Behaviour Framework.
Code: BH/21/0876 Combined First Aid at Work & Paediatric First Aid Level 3 Award (3 days)
Combining the QA Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work & Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid into three days, this course provides learners with the knowledge and practical competencies needed to deal with a range of first aid situations and/or take on the role of First Aider in the workplace and when looking after children.
The course covers both the First Aid at Work and Paediatric First Aid syllabuses and is for people who have a specific responsibility at work, or in voluntary and community activities, to provide basic first aid to people in a range of first aid situations and to provide first aid to infants and children.
On passing the course, the learner will be issued with a First Aid at Work certificate and a Paediatric First Aid certificate, valid for 3 years.
There are nine Practical assessments, observed by the trainer throughout the course.
There are two theory assessment/multiple choice question papers. The pass mark is 14 out of 20 for Unit 1 and 18 out of 25 for Unit 2.
In addition, the trainer will carry out on-going assessment to assess the learners’ knowledge, skills and understanding related to the assessment criteria.
To assess competence and gain certification, the learner will need to demonstrate, without assistance from a third party, practical tasks such as CPR with the casualty on the floor to simulate a real-life situation. If the learner is unable to carry out this practical assessment, for example because they cannot kneel, then they will not pass the course and will not gain the qualified. In exceptional circumstances, learners who are not able to kneel may be able to carry out the task from a standing position, and this is acceptable.
Each learner is provided with a course manual.
The programme has been amended due to the Covid-19 outbreak and infection prevention control measures and special instructions for attending this course are detailed below in the additional information. Please ensure these are read and understood before applying and attending the programme. Delegates can also request a full copy of the risk assessments that cover this training course.
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|1||01 December 2021||09:30 - 17:00||Jury's Inn Hotel (behind. Brighton Station) - Suite 1||Map|
|2||02 December 2021||09:30 - 17:00||Jury's Inn Hotel (behind. Brighton Station) - Suite 1||Map|
|3||03 December 2021||09:30 - 17:00||Jury's Inn Hotel (behind. Brighton Station) - Suite 1||Map|
Code: BH/21/1046 CPD Module - Understanding and Engaging with Trauma-Informed Practice - Autumn
To apply for this module please 'request a place' and download the FCL Social Work CPD Funding Application Pack from Attached Documents, complete this and return to email@example.com by the 31st July 2021
This module is delivered online in Autumn 2021. Dates TBC. (It is also delivered again in the Spring 2022 - this is a separate event on Learning Gateway).
This online module introduces trauma-informed practice as a framework for understanding the impact of trauma, and how professionals can work effectively to facilitate safety and stability for the traumatised children, adults and families they encounter in their work.
Drawing upon the most recent research and examples from practice, the module enables both those in direct practice and service management to better facilitate safety and wellbeing throughout their organisations - for staff and service users alike.
Delivered entirely online over a seven week period, the module affords a high level of flexibility, enabling you to fit learning around existing jobs and personal commitments.
Module assessments include weekly reflective activities and a final paper focused on applying principles of trauma-informed practice in direct work and/or organisational contexts.
Further details on CPD modules, awards and pathways at Sussex University available here: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/socialwork/pgstudy/cpd
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|1||04 November 2021||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
|2||11 November 2021||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
|3||18 November 2021||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
|4||25 November 2021||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
|5||02 December 2021||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
|6||09 December 2021||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
|7||16 December 2021||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
Code: BH/21/1359 Dementia - Assessing Needs
This course is for social workers, care managers and occupational therapists involved in assessing the needs of peope living with dementia and their carers. Prior to attending this course you will already have an understanding of dementia and its psycho-social impact upon individuals and may have attended the Dementia Basic awareness course.
This course will equip all those involved in assessing the needs of people living with dementia and their carers to undertake person-centred needs assessments.
In addition to this course the Dementia Advanced skills course offers some of the same material but is primarily for those who are working longer term with people with dementia. Some people find it beneficial to attend both courses. This course is aimed primarily at those working in an assessment role.
Code: BH/21/1729 Deprivation of Liberty, Children and Young People (EVENT FULL)
This webinar aims to update staff working with children, young people and those in transition with the latest case law and developments in relation to deprivation of liberty. The course will consider these developments and the impact on practice. It examines the Supreme Court ruling on deprivation of liberty and considers practical issues in its application for children and young people.The course will include the following key topics
· Deprivation of Liberty – overview – European Court onwards
· Supreme Court ruling – overview and its application to children ?and young people
· Law Society guidance following the Supreme Court ruling – ?children’s chapter
· Recent case law applying the Supreme Court ruling to those under ?18
· New threshold for deprivation of liberty set by the Supreme Court
· ‘Continuous supervision and control’ – guidance and examples ?from case law
· ‘Not free to leave’ – guidance and examples from case law
· Case law review involving children since the Supreme Court ruling
· Residential schools, non-secure children’s homes and foster ?placements
· Deprivation of liberty – finding of fact and how to make it lawful
· 18+ in / not in a care home or hospital
· 16-17 and Under 16 in any placement
· Parental consent (scope of parental responsibility) its authority and limitations in relation to deprivation of liberty – case law review including the impact of the Court of Appeal decision in November 2017 for 16 and 17 year olds
· DoLS procedure overview
· Court of Protection applications overview
· Interaction with other legislation – Children Act, Mental Health Act
· Practice issues for social care staff and managers.
· Case studies – a number of cases studies to apply learning in ?practice ?Practice issues for social care staff and managers Essential Information