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** You will not be able to attend this course if you have not completed Children’s – Mosaic Intermediate**
During this session your trainer will provide you with an introduction to Mosaic workflow and on how to complete and progress work within Mosaic. You’ll also get the opportunity to work through a Mosaic workflow process that you’ll be using in your day to day role.
This is a trainer-led virtual course conducted via Microsoft Teams and the Mosaic Training Database.
** You will not be able to attend this course if you have not completed the relevant Me-Learning module**
During this session you'll get the opportunity to practice what was covered in the online 'Me-Learning' by logging into the Mosaic Training Database and completing a series of tasks which will be explained to you in short video demonstrations. The tasks will include recording basic person details and updating running records.
This is a self-led virtual course conducted via Microsoft Teams, the CAH Learning Portal and the Mosaic Training Database.
** You will not be able to progress to ‘Children’s – Mosaic Advanced’ until this course has been completed**
This is a half-day workshop specifically designed for practitioners in the council's adult social care division.
It aims to give an overview of
• court room etiquette and processes.
• recording techniques for the recording of essential evidence
• key court forms , providing a guide to completion of the Court of Protection forms to increase worker skills and confidence in writing court documents.
Delivered by Penny Cumine and Ian Ford
Please note when signing up for this training session you are agreeing for your email address to be sent to Helen Holly (Central Training) who will be sending you your MS Teams Invite and Handouts.
YOU WILL NEED TO ATTEND THE "RAISING SAFEGUARDING CONCERNS" (previously ALERTER) COURSE BEFORE YOU ATTEND THIS WORKSHOP.
Safeguarding Adults is a high priority aspect of the social/healthcare task. The role of a manager/practitioner in ensuring that staff respond appropriately to a safeguarding concern is vital. These staff also need to be confident about their own responsibilities in safeguarding adults, and responding appropriately to concerns about a person’s safety. This 1-day course will assist managers/supervisors, Social Workers/OTs and other practitioners including in healthcare be clear about their role, how Making Safeguarding Personal impacts on it, and how to make decisions about what to do next.
The standard charge for this course is £80 per day. Please refer to our Course Charges on the Home page for information on discounts and exemptions.
IF YOU ARE A SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE EMPLOYEE YOU WILL NEED TO CONTACT OUR ICT DEPARTMENT TO REQUEST YOUR ZOOM LICENSE.
Please note you have to do this training programme in order.
Test your knowledge before you attend the training (SGC employees only)! https://adults.ccinform.co.uk/knowledge-hubs/supported-learning-tools/
South Gloucestershire Council has launched a new interactive training programme that gives Health and Social Care Workers the skills, knowledge, confidence and practice to apply and comply with the Mental Capacity Act 2005. The programme is made up of interactive learning workshops. The new skills and knowledge gained from the workshops are then applied in the workplace and you will send us evidence. You'll be given feedback as you acheive the required good practice and compliance standard of the Mental Capacity Act 2005. The programme is designed for Care Provider managers, Social Worker and Occupational Therapy staff and managers, nurses and all other professionals working in health and social care. You can select from a series of modules as relevant to your job which are listed below.
How the programme works -
You attend a module workshop
You then submit evidence of what you have learned in the workplace (usually within six weeks)
You receive feedback which may be shared with your employer.
Once you have achieved the required standard for compliance and good practice in line with the MCA code of practice you will be awarded a certificate for that module.
Continuing Professional Development
This programme can be used by Social Workers as a basis for Accredited Learning under the South Gloucestershire Council/ University of the West of England Integrated Professional Development Programme
The standard charge for this course is £40. Please refer to our Course Charges on the Home page for information on discounts and exemptions.
This half-day webinar will lookat negotiation in the public sector, applying the main tools of negotiation and the zone of potential agreement.
This course is open to staff from South Gloucestershire Council, North Somerset Council and Bath & North East Somerset Council only.
Please note there is a £50 recharge to attend this webinar.
This 3-hour webinar is specifically for all council-employed Adult Social Care practitioners: Social Workers, OTs, Senior Practitioners, Team & Service Managers.
It is a “core” internal training course which builds on and complements the existing multi-agency Safeguarding Adults training programmes that provide a foundation of knowledge and skills.
The course will enable all adult social care practitioners in South Glos Council to:
1. Update their understanding of the legal duties and principles in relation to safeguarding adults (e.g. within the Care Act, Mental Capacity Act).
2. Increase their confidence to work to national and local expectations and processes for safeguarding adults.
3. Refresh and refine their skills and knowledge around working with risk, effective decision-making and communication to promote confidence in adult safeguarding.
These network meetings are for leaders and managers of pre-schools and nurseries.
Are you content with how you lead and manage your setting?
This supportive, peer to peer environment will encourage attendees to benefit from network opportunities to:
• Discuss experiences and issues with like-minded leaders and managers
• Consider different leadership and management styles
• Reflect on the impact of their leadership and management style
• Gain new ideas to support your own leadership and management practice.
This meeting will take place virtually on Microsoft Teams.
CLICK HERE TO JOIN THE MEETING
For over 70 years people from the Caribbean have made valuable contributions to British society and culture. Their influence can be seen in a range of arenas from sporting success to vital institutions that include the NHS and London Transport. However their legacy and that of many migrant communities can be traced across centuries and circles the globe. Author, academic and activist Roger Griffith gives a personal insight on the history of the Windrush Generation and their enduring legacy today.
The course will be run by Phil Matthews on an online platform – a link to the platform will be sent out nearer the time
You must provide a postal address, as well as your e-mail address, in order to register for this course which is delivered via the MHFA England Online Learning Hub. Please e-mail these details to MentalHealth@southglos.gov.uk who will register you and ensure your resources are sent out from MHFA England. (You are still able to attend the course if your resources have not arrived in time).
We will use the information you provide to us only in relation to this course whilst complying with the established lawful conditions. In order to provide the service you require we will share your information with Mental Health First Aid England to enable them to send you the course materials required for this training. We will retain your information up to a year after the course to ensure your materials are received, then it will be destroyed securely.
The Council’s general Privacy Information can be found here http://www.southglos.gov.uk/privacy
This introductory course raises awareness of young people’s mental health.
- Some of the common mental health issues affecting young people, including depression, anxiety, eating disorders and psychosis
- Skills to work more effectively with young people living with mental health issues
- Ways to support people with a mental health issue and relate to their experiences