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Code: BH/22/0700 Families, Drugs and Alcohol – Advanced Skills
1-day Accredited Course
Medium and extended interventions for working with families affected by drugs and alcohol.
This course is for practitioners with some experience of family support work who wish to further develop their skills. It is suitable for wide range of staff, from Social Workers and Early Help teams, through to specialist drug and alcohol treatment workers. The course explores a range of interventions, including an introduction to 5-Step and CRAFT (Community Reinforcement And Family Training).
Code: BH/22/0701 Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
Training for practitioners to increase understanding of lived experience of families supporting a child with a Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
The training programme consists of a four-module course, intended to equip practitioners with the skills and knowledge to identify and respond to the support needs of families of children with FASD. Course materials have been developed in co-production with families affected by FASD
Code: BH/22/0980 Drug & Alcohol Basic Awareness (2 day course)
A two-part course across two afternoons on substance misuse related issues and interventions. This course is essential for anyone who comes into contact with drug or alcohol users in their work and is an ideal introduction to current substance use issues and emerging trends in Brighton and Hove, equipping you with the knowledge and tools you will need to support your service-users, including signposting to specialist services.
Code: BH/22/0828 BHSCP - The Impact of Parental Substance Misuse
Some of the serious effects of parental substance misuse for children include abuse, neglect, emotional problems, educational difficulties, being young carers of parents or siblings, and a potential to later use drugs or alcohol themselves.
This course is included within the training programme as it clearly highlights these issues facing children and young people who live within the households where substance misuse is an issue. You will learn about what agency services are available to support the whole family, thus reducing or removing the potential risk/s of abuse.
This training is provided by Brighton & Hove Safeguarding Children Partnership (BHSCP) in partnership with an external trainer.
Code: BH/20/1559 Make Every Contact Count (MECC) - free e-learning modules (DO NOT REQUEST A PLACE - SEE LINKS IN FULL DETAILS)
About the Making Every Contact Count programme
Aims and ambitions
Make Every Contact Count (MECC) enables the delivery of consistent and concise health and wellbeing information and encourages individuals to engage in conversations about their health at scale across organisations and populations.
The fundamental idea underpinning the MECC approach is simple. It recognises that staff across health and care, local authority and voluntary sectors have thousands of contacts every day with individuals and are ideally placed to support health and wellbeing.
MECC is intended for anyone who has contact with people to “Make Every Contact Count” and develop public health knowledge.
E-Learning for Healthcare and Health Education England provide an interactive learning resource for MECC. It supports the development of knowledge and understanding in asking people about their health and well-being.