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Code: BH/22/0303 Working with Psychosis (EVENT FULL)
Psychosis (also called a psychotic episode or psychotic symptom) is when a person perceives or interprets reality in a very different way to others around them.
This course will give staff more confidence about working with psychosis so they can have a person-centred approach.
Delegates will be introduced to key concepts and skills for working with people who have experiences of psychosis.
Code: BH/22/0411 BHSCP - Improving Outcomes for Looked After Children (EVENT FULL)
Attendees will have an opportunity to develop knowledge and skills that enhance their contribution to improving outcomes (both emotional and physical) for those children that they are responsible for or in their care. It will highlight the essential partnership working required across health, education, social care, police and other partners to achieve optimum health.
Target Group: This multi-agency training opportunity is aimed at all practitioners and carers working or caring for looked after children or care leavers. This includes foster carers, residential workers, GPs, Health Visitors, School Nurses, Independent Reviewing Officers and Supervising Social Workers.
Messages from practice and research highlights that children and adults who are care experienced have higher rates of physical, emotional, social, and educational need, and are more likely to experience homelessness, teenage pregnancy, prison and problems with their mental and emotional health. They are also more likely to die younger. The majority of children who enter care have suffered significant harm, neglect and trauma, and some are children who have travelled alone from their country of origin to seek asylum in UK.
Code: BH/22/0320 Emergency First Aid - Adult Social Care (EVENT FULL)
This course is for Adult Social Care staff and enables first aiders to give emergency first aid to someone who is injured or becomes ill. The objective of the qualification is to benefit delegates by enabling them to attain 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.
This qualification 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.
The programme has been amended due to the Covid-19 outbreak and infection prevention control measures and special instructions for attending this course are attached. 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.
Please note: - this course is open to adult social care staff across the council and across the Independent Voluntary Sector. Whilst the course is delivered in a covid secure way, please consider with your manager whether it is essential for you to attend as the delegates may be a mix of staff from different workplaces.
Access to the Boardroom
Please note, this room is accessed via a number of stairs and is therefore not accessible to wheelchair users and people who may have difficulty using stairs . If this will affect your ability to attend this course, please email the Learning and Development Team by email to - firstname.lastname@example.org so alternative arrangements can be made for you to attend first aid training.
There are four practical assessments that delegates will have to complete throughout the course, and these will be observed by the trainer. During the course the trainer will also carry out on-going assessment to assess the delegates’ knowledge, skills and understanding related to the assessment criteria. As there is an element of physical activity on this course suitable footwear and clothing should be worn.
There is also a theory assessment/multiple choice paper at the end of the course to assess competence and gain certification.
The delegate 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 delegate 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 qualification. In exceptional circumstances, delegates who are not able to kneel may be able to carry out the task from a standing position, and this is acceptable.
This qualification is valid for a period of 3 years, and will be issued to those who have met the required standard.. The learner needs to re-take the qualification before the certificate expiry date to remain qualified by attending a full one day/six hour Emergency First Aid at Work course.
Delegates will be provided with a course manual to keep.
This course is mandatory for care providing staff in HASC provider services.
Code: BH/22/1147 Safeguarding - children in need of protection via Zoom
This course is for staff and volunteers working in all Early Years settings.
During the session you will gain a basic understanding of your role in establishing a safe environment and safe working practices in protecting children and young people from harm and abuse.
You will gain confidence handling concerns and disclosures, learn the signs and symptoms of abuse, gain knowledge about the legal background of child protection and discuss the multi-agency approach to safeguarding.
It is expected that delegates will refresh this training every three years.
Code: BH/22/0458 Safeguarding Adults - Basic Awareness (EVENT FULL)
This course looks at 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 adults, including the responsibilities of staff in preventing and reporting. This course is aimed at customer facing staff who support adults.
If you require refresher training, please book a place on Safeguarding Adults Update instead.
This course is mandatory for Brighton & Hove City Council HASC provider services. An update course must be taken every three years.
Code: BH/22/0354 Safer Lifting & Handling of Loads (EVENT FULL)
This course is recommended for you, if you are required to lift, carry or move objects as part of your role.
This training will help you to identify any manual handling issues within your area of work and carry out a risk assessment for load handling activities.
You will learn about the anatomy of the spine and the mechanics of the back. You will also be shown the correct way to move, lift and carry loads, in order to reduce your risk of injury. .
Please find attached a copy of the Object Handling Risk Assessment Template, this will be discussed during the training.
It is recommended that this training is refreshed every 3 years.
Code: BH/22/0655 Supporting people during the Menopause (Zoom)
The menopause can have a severe impact. Is anyone around you affected?
Would you like to understand how to talk with them and support them better?
Find out how to start that 'difficult conversation' and how to empower them.
Code: BH/22/0846 BHSCP - Child Neglect Training
This course provides those attending with an over arching understanding of the issues surrounding neglect, how it can impact on the children and young people to whom it relates and how early interventions and agency procedures can be used to reduce the risk and thus safeguard from neglectful situations.
This training is provided by the Brighton & Hove Safeguarding Children Partnership (BHSCP)Essential Information
Code: BH/22/1148 Childminder - Safeguarding for Lead Practitioners via Zoom
This course for Childminders and At Home Childcarers will cover the context of legislation, EYFS Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements, and the Local Safeguarding Children Board procedures:
- key elements of a child protection policy
- highlight changes with regard to the Front Door for Families
- writing policy and procedures to help staff deal with the scenarios that they might face
- consulting with stakeholders
- communicating with parents and children
- ensuring that workers are familiar with, and parents are aware of, the policy
- training needs in relation to the policy
Updated safeguarding requirement September 2016 - "During term time, or when the setting is in operation, the designated safeguarding lead or an appropriately trained deputy should be available during opening hours for staff to discuss safeguarding concerns." Essential Information
Code: BH/22/1209 Disability in the workplace for managers
Over the last year we have seen significant changes in the way we work, socialise, and learn. While organisations find new ways to adapt, it is important to ensure that employees continue to be supported and empowered to make a positive contribution in the workplace - that includes employees with disabilities.
With 1 in 5 people having a disability, and 1 in 7 people having a neurodiverse condition, most organisations already benefit from the skills and abilities that disabled employees bring to the workplace.
Barriers, such as widespread lack of awareness and adopting stereotypes, improper use of technology, work environments and a lack of inclusive practice in everyday activities and communication can have a moderating effect on employee engagement, and performance and subsequently affect the way staff engage with colleagues and clients.
This workshop will include case studies based on situations that may be familiar in the workplace. We aim to create a safe and open virtual environment that encourages you to engage with the course material, ask questions and work through case studies and scenarios to enhance your learning experience.
Disability in the workplace course for managers:
Session 1: Monday 19 September: 14:00-17:00
Session 2: Thursday 22 September: 14:00-17:00