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This virtual programme will give participants the relevant knowledge of giving presentations in the virtual arena. It also includes several chances to practice their skills and receive constructive feedback on their performance. As most people find making presentations a nervous experience, the training will be both supportive and collaborative, building on each individual’s strengths and helping people to develop in areas where they feel less competent or confident.
The programme is a blend of interactive small group virtual sessions (using MSTeams) and individual work. It is spread over a period of a month.
This course is restricted for Pharmacy and GP staff only. Please DO NOT attend if you work for any other service. When you book a place on this course, please state which Pharmacy/GP surgery you are from - thank you.
All smokers in the country deserve high quality evidence-based behavioural support. For this to be achieved, Stop Smoking Advisors need to be trained to a minimum standard and be able to demonstrate competence to fulfill their role.Essential Information
These sessions are co-facilitated with Fulfilling Lives Staff
This course will enable participants to develop their understanding of “Dual Diagnosis” and work more effectively with service-users who present with complex needs including mental health and substance use issues. Participants will review key concepts, explore attitudes and myths, discuss best practice in client work, and know what treatment pathways and local support systems are available.
People are required to register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Who is this course for?
This 2 day recertification course is specifically for qualified First Aiders who hold a current First Aid at Work certificate nearing expiry and need to renew their qualification for a further 3 years.
When attending a two day Re-Certification course, delegates must be aware that the syllabus is covered at a significantly faster pace, in the understanding that learners are familiar with the topics and have previously attended the 3 day First Aid at Work course.
You can only attend this course if -
This session will be facilitated by Emma Inch, Senior Lecturer at the University of Brighton. This study session will explore gender identity and its relevance to AMHP practice. Covering the legal and policy situation, messages from research, and service user perspectives, the session will help you consider the implications for your own AMHP practice.
A link to Microsoft Teams will be sent to you nearer the time.
This NEW training is for all managers of staff (including team leaders and supervisors).
We have a new Attendance Management Policy going live from 1 April 2021 and all managers will need to book a place on to the new Attendance Management Briefing Session.
This session will develop and increase your confidence in how to effectively manage sickness under the NEW Attendance Management Policy.
In addition to this session, it is strongly recommended that you will also complete the Attendance Management eLearning available on the Learning Gateway.
This half day knowledge and theory virtual Teams session is designed to increase staff awareness of the possible injuries to themselves and to enable them to carry out transfer operations safely. The course includes informal discussions on the theory and knowledge of Safer People Handling.
This virtual Teams session is only for Brighton and Hove City Council Adult Social Care staff and is open to both new starters and staff refreshing.
Following this virtual session there are four Safer People Handling – Practical Sessions running at Montague House on 29th April 21 and 13th May 21 (morning and afternoon sessions available) which will cover the transfer techniques and the use of transfer aids. These sessions are available on the Learning Gateway.
This course is for foster carers and supervising social workers supporting unaccompanied asylum seeking children.
The course will raise awareness of practical considerations for working with community interpreters. Participants will gain an understanding of how to involve an interpreter effectively to overcome potential language barriers and to communicate more effectively with the children and young people they care for.