This practical training is highly recommended for those people who, as part of their role, need to carry out short duration work at height using basic access equipment such as stepladders.
This training is not suitable for those who routinely access significant heights over 3 metres, or for those who use more specialised equipment.
Are you a key worker? This course will clarify your important role in supporting the people who access your service. The course will look at how care planning is used as an effective means of communicating, in order that service users are understood, and that their needs are met in accordance with their wishes.Essential Information
In need of a map?
Using a variety of viewpoints and perspectives this one day course draws a landscape of direct payments for you to look at. The course explores the use of direct payments as a way to challenge the status quo and to be both a tool of empowerment for carers and adults and a way to efficiently use resources.
Relevant guest speakers will support the development of your creativity and leadership regarding this aspect of self-directed support. In a reflective environment you will have the opportunity to discuss, explore and further your understanding of Direct Payments, looking at the 'why', 'how' and 'what' of each of its elements and at its benefits and challenges.
This course aims to help us contribute to making our work environment better by improving understanding of how our beliefs can shape our behaviours. Through a mix of presentations, small group activities, videos and scenarios you will explore equality, diversity and inclusion issues in the workplace.
The course also provides an overview of equalities legislation. All new staff should complete the introductory Equality and Diversity elearning as part of their induction.
This course will help you develop your skills, in particular performing calculations in Excel using formulas and functions and managing and presenting data.
If you are familiar with basic Excel techniques, including entering and editing data, saving and printing workbooks, then this course is for you.
A handout covering the main course topics will be provided.
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||04 July 2019||09:30 - 16:30||Brighton Town Hall - Revs and Bens Training Room (1st Flr)||Map|
This second of the core courses, is aimed specifically at increasing the understanding, of all categories of abuse, around making assessments, and making appropriate quality referrals, thus preventing further harm/abuse. It will increase your knowledge of how agencies investigate jointly, and provide a better awareness of the purpose of a child protection investigation, how it can be conducted and how this may vary dependant of the type of harm. It should also help clarify your role as an individual and that of the other professionals involved. It is recommended that this training is undertaken by anyone new to a safeguarding role, and that it is completed in conjunction with the other core programme modules, prior to undertaking any specialised course.
This training is provided by the Local Safeguarding Children's Board (LSCB)Essential Information
This is a practical Project Management course. Attendees will gain experience of using tools and techniques to manage small and medium sized projects.
Who should attend: this course is only for attendees who are working on projects. This course has been developed to meet the needs of non-specialist project managers who want to develop a corporate, professional, structured approach to managing smaller projects.
Attendees will need to bring an example of a project (see additional information) to work through – either one they are currently managing or a future project that they will be managing.
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 service users, including the responsibilities of staff in preventing and reporting. This course is aimed at frontline staff who support adults.
If you require refresher training, please book a place on Safeguarding Adults Update instead.Essential Information
This course covers the essential elements of food safety to enable you to safely prepare and handle food and to support people with their nutrition and hydration needs.
Course attendees will be given a certificate of attendance. There is a multiple choice assessment at the end of the course which will be marked and given to participants to discuss with their manager upon return to work. The Workforce Development Team will contact the managers of participants who do not pass the assessment.Essential Information