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This half day course follows CQC requirements on the administration of medication. It includes trainer presentation, discussion, and a short multiple-choice assessment at the end to check the information has been retained by participants. Relevant handouts/paperwork will be provided. This course is aimed at any adult social care staff in South Gloucestershire, working in domiciliary, residential and day care services (statutory sector AND IVP sector agencies).Essential Information
This 1-day course should only be attended once you have completed the Advanced-level Domestic Violence & Abuse training. It will build on the learning and skills gained through completing previous Domestic Abuse courses (e.g. at Intermediate and Advanced-levels).Essential Information
This course, aimed at managers, deputies and committee chairs, will help you to reflect on current practice and provide practical strategies to have a positive impact on your setting.
This course is ideal for practitioners and committee chairs new to leadership and management; deputies seeking to develop skills; and experienced leaders seeking to refresh and develop their skills and understanding.
Does recruitment seem a daunting task for your setting? Why is it so important for settings to get this right from the start? This course will help you with the whole process for recruitment and induction. Effective leadership in early years has been recognised as being significant in raising standards and outcomes for children.
“Providers must ensure that all staff receive induction training to help them understand their roles and responsibilities. Induction training must include: information about emergency evacuation procedures, safeguarding, child protection, the provider’s equality policy, and health and safety issues….”
EYFS Statutory Framework (page 20, 3.20)
This is a stand-alone course which is one of 7 leadership and management sessions offered throughout the year. Together they will provide valuable support to leaders, managers and committee chairs. In addition, supporting materials are available on the VLE to further supplement knowledge and understanding of this subject.
This woman’s leadership development programme seeks to address the under representation of women in management roles within the council through a women’s only programme which builds confidence, informal networks and develops an understanding of women as future leaders. This inspiring and engaging programme is for existing female managers who wish to progress in their careers or aspiring managers and leaders. If this programme interests you but you aren’t sure if it is right for you please give Emily Proom (4213), Emma Ford (4447) or Debra Parsons (8273) a call to discuss this further. Please note: This is a women only programme. If you are interested in management development you may also be interested in our Introduction to First Line Management programme which sets out the foundations of knowledge and skills needed for development within a management role. Course details are on the website.Essential Information