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Code: BH/21/1310 Safeguarding Adults: Being Caused to Undertake a Safeguarding Enquiry
This course is for people working in Adult Social Care who may be “caused to” carry out a Section 42 Safeguarding Enquiry by the Local Authority. This includes all Adult Provider Services in the local authority & the Private and Voluntary sector. It is also relevant to others who may be “caused to” enquire for example, Occupational Therapists and Care Managers who work for the Local Authority.
This is a virtual, interactive small group course where your questions and input are welcome.
Our aim is to learn together, share our knowledge and skills to ensure that we feel equipped to look into a situation where someone may have experienced abuse or neglect. To plan what we need to do to reduce risks in our service and help the person at the centre of the enquiry to understand what happened and what steps we have taken in order that they have the outcome they hope for.
This course looks at:
· your role and responsibilities in relation to undertaking Safeguarding Enquiries at the request of the Local Authority. We will look at the nature of requests from the Local Authority Causing you to Enquire and what guidance you can expect to receive from the Local Authority.
· Exploring good practice in relation to involving the person (& or their representative) who may have experienced abuse or neglect, ensuring that their views, wishes and outcomes are at the centre of the Enquiry.
· We will identify and discuss how to apply good practice principles in relation to Making Safeguarding Personal, Professional Curiosity and the six principles of: Empowerment, Protection, Prevention, Participation, Partnership and Accountability.
· Planning and conducting an enquiry taking into account the Nature, Scope and Purpose of the Enquiry which the Social Worker/Lead Enquiry Officer will have outlined.
· You will be reminded of your responsibilities if you are an Employer in relation to DBS reporting and identifying of People working in a position of trust (PIPOT)
· You will have the opportunity to think through how you will structure the Summary of your Enquiry so that this is accessible to those who will read it.
Code: BH/21/1297 Self esteem, older people and wellbeing
This course will be useful for anyone working with older people and anyone with an interest in enhancing their understanding of self esteem and wellbeing.
The course explores the concept of self esteem and draws on thinking in psychology to look in depth at what self esteem might consist of.
It goes on to explore the impact of ageing on self esteem and things that are important to consider when working with older people.
The course also draws on participative research with older people into what contributes to or detracts from wellbeing, and focusses on how relationships and good practice can make a big contribution to enhancing self esteem and wellbeing in later life.
Code: BH/21/0836 Welcome Session with the Chief Executive for New Staff - online session (Microsoft Teams) (EVENT FULL)
Welcome Session for New Staff to Brighton & Hove City Council (online via Microsoft Teams)
This online session is for all new staff who have joined Brighton & Hove City Council.
The session aims are to welcome new staff to the council, provide an overview of the visions and priorities of the council and give an opportunity to learn about the organisational and political structure.
New staff will have the opportunity to meet and ask questions of the Chief Executive online.
As well as this session there are some other online eLearning modules you will need to complete:-
• Welcome to Brighton & Hove City Council
• Introduction to Brighton & Hove City Council
• Display Screen Equipment (DSE)
• Equality & Diversity eLearning
• Health & Safety
• Information Governance
• Policies and Support
• Fraud Awareness
You can access these modules by going to Online learning on the Learning Gateway and selectin the Induction section.
All new staff should also attend the Fair and Inclusive briefing.
Code: BH/21/0987 CPD Module - Attachment Theory Informed Practice Across the Lifespan
This module is open to Social Work practitioners in HASC and FLC. Register your interest in this 20 Credit, Masters Level module by requesting a place by the 23rd July 2021.
STAFF IN FCL ONLY: To apply for this module you must have already completed the BHCC ‘Attachment Aware’ training course. Please 'request a place' and download the FCL Social Work CPD Funding Application Pack from Attached Documents, complete this and return to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 23rd July 2021.
This standalone module aims to equip social workers in all fields, and professionals within related health and social care services, with an in-depth critical awareness of contemporary attachment theory and research. It is designed to inform their practice with vulnerable groups across the lifespan particularly when thinking about longer-term intervention work and trauma-informed approaches. This module will also consider developments within neuroscience, developmental trauma and related theories of attachment such as mentalisation
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|1||09 November 2021||09:15 - 16:45||University of Brighton||Map|
|2||10 November 2021||09:15 - 16:45||University of Brighton||Map|
|3||11 November 2021||09:15 - 16:45||University of Brighton||Map|
|4||25 January 2022||09:15 - 16:45||University of Brighton||Map|
|5||26 January 2022||09:15 - 16:45||University of Brighton||Map|
|6||22 February 2022||09:15 - 16:45||University of Brighton||Map|
|7||23 February 2022||09:15 - 16:45||University of Brighton||Map|