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Code: BH/22/0945 Older people as Self-Funders: lived experience from participative research
This course is for social workers and assessment staff who have contact with older people.
The course draws on recen, participative research with older people conducted in Brighton and Hove, Solihull and Lincolnshire, and helps to examine some of the myths that are most commonly made about self-funders.
The course will increase awareness and understanding of self-funders expriences, and their relevance to social work practice and to the wider health and social care economy.
The course will also provide access to co-produced resources which can be used easily in a variety of settings to support self-funders in their care journey.
Links are made with the Capabilities Statement for Social Workers in England who work with Older People and the course will contribute to evidence based practice and CPD.
Code: BH/23/002 NHS Continuing Healthcare (CHC) - Advanced
NHS Continuing Healthcare (CHC) is a package of care arranged and funded by the NHS. This supports care outside of hospital for individuals who are assessed as presenting with a primary health need rather than primary social care needs. This advanced course provides a detailed consideration of CHC assessments and being part of a multi-disciplinary team.
This course is mandatory for all HASC staff undertaking Care Act assessments.
Code: BH/22/1007 Adults CPD - Ethics, Values and Equalities in Mental Health
Register your interest in this 20 Credit, Masters Level 7, course by the 30th June 2022
The module offers an in-depth exploration of issues in relation to ethics, values and equalities in the field of mental health. The overarching aim is to enable students to reflect critically upon the contested nature of mental health and the debates in relation to ethics and values that this engenders. An exploration of service users’ experiences of stigma, discrimination and inequality will be central to the module, as well as a critical perspective on power. Students will also examine the development of users and carers as consumers and researchers of mental health interventions, and what this means for social inclusion.
The module is the first module of the AMHP course but is also open to other students who may wish to study this aspect of mental health. The focus of the module is on the ethical debates relating to mental disorder, including the use of compulsion in care and treatment.
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|1||17 January 2023||09:30 - 16:30||University of Brighton||Map|
|2||18 January 2023||09:30 - 16:30||University of Brighton||Map|
|3||23 January 2023||09:30 - 16:30||University of Brighton||Map|
|4||24 January 2023||09:30 - 16:30||University of Brighton||Map|
|5||25 January 2023||09:30 - 16:30||University of Brighton||Map|
Code: BH/23/0041 Acquired Brain Injury
Code: BH/23/0046 Challenging ageism: conscious eldering
This course is for all social workers and social work managers, and will be particularly relevant to those working with older people. Participants will have the opportunity to explore personal and professional attitudes towards ageing and to learn from lived experience, collaborative research with older people, and from the expertise of an international charity focussed on conscious ageing.
The training also introduces co-produced resources to use in practice, including ‘Mini Mentor’ cards. Their function is to help social workers reflect on practice and set actions for further development. The resources can be prompts for relational and strengths-based practice that is ageing aware. These will contribute to and enhance reflective practice and collaborative use of supervision. The content of the training and mini mentor cards can be used to demonstrate CPD for Social Work England.
Code: BH/22/0934 CPD Module - Understanding Autism and Learning Disability for Social Work, Health and Social Care
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 firstname.lastname@example.org by the 11th July 2022
Knowledge is changing rapidly around the experiences and capabilities of those who are autistic or have a learning disability, many changes coming from within these communities themselves.
This 15 credit module takes a research and rights focused approach to working with autistic people, learning disabled people, and those who are both autistic and learning disabled.
You will look at these challenges from a family perspective across the lifecourse, considering work with autistic/LD parents, children, teenagers and adults.
This module will be taught online through a combination of prerecorded resources and live seminars during the University’s spring term. Teaching includes input from autistic presenters and from parents. It focuses on developing knowledge to support practice for those in social work, social care, or health, in order to facilitate fresh approaches to working with families and individuals.
You can choose to take the module at an undergraduate or postgraduate level. Whilst both will receive the same taught content, the module assessment will be tailored to meet either BA year 3 standards or MA standards.
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|1||25 January 2023||10:00 - 13:00||Online Learning Session||Map|
|2||01 February 2023||10:00 - 13:00||Online Learning Session||Map|
|3||09 February 2023||10:00 - 13:00||Online Learning Session||Map|
|4||22 February 2023||10:00 - 13:00||Online Learning Session||Map|
|5||01 March 2023||10:00 - 13:00||Online Learning Session||Map|
|6||08 March 2023||10:00 - 13:00||Online Learning Session||Map|
Code: BH/23/0029 Hoarding Awareness Workshop
Most hoarded properties are ‘cleared out’ by cleaning teams. This leads to greater distress and more intense hoarding activity. Clients with hoarding disorder need understanding and empathy in order to help them to develop new behaviours to cope with their excess belongings. This course gives an overview of the condition and draws on the experiences of the practitioner/trainer in developing skills to work with people who hoard.
This course is aimed at housing staff and social workers, and takes into consideration the knowledge and skills statement for social workers.
You may also want to watch this film, produced by the trainer, either before or after the training:
What is compassion?
Code: BH/23/0034 Autism Spectrum Basic Awareness
The course will consider the autism spectrum as a whole and the experiences of autistic people living in a neurotypical world. Participants will have the opportunity to hear the first hand experience of autisic people, either through written accounts, video or presentations.Essential Information
Code: BH/23/0035 Autism Spectrum and Social Interaction
Participants will have the opportunity to hear the first hand experience of autistic people through written accounts and video or presentations.