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This one day course is for anyone who works with disabled service users and customers. The Equality Act 2010 states that service providers must make sure they meet the requirements of equality law.Essential Information
This Chartered Management Institute (CMI) recognised management development programme is for managers and aspiring managers from South Gloucestershire Council, neighbouring Local Authorities, and other organisations operating in the area. It provides an opportunity to reflect on your experience and working practices and is equally suitable for new managers making the transition from staff member to manager, existing managers who wish to build on their experience and aspiring managers who are preparing to make their first step into a management role. It sets out the foundations of knowledge and skills needed for development within a management role, and enables managers to identify further training and development needs. The programme consists of 6.5 days over a seven month period with 10 hours of self-directed learning. It will be delivered through a blended solution including face to face training, psychometric assessment, 360 review, action learning sets, individual coaching, individual reflection, skills practice and e-learning. You will receive CMI membership and a CMI certificate of completion of a recognised programme. The facilitators are Emma Ford (01454 864447), Deb Parsons (01454 868273) and Gary Willis (01454 863094). If you have any questions about whether this is the right programme for you please contact Emma, Deb or Gary. Please note there is a charge to attend this course for external delegates of £600. South Gloucestershire Council employees will be recharged £75 to cover costs.Essential Information
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||14 February 2019||09:30 - 12:30||Kingswood Civic Centre||Map|
|2||27 March 2019||09:30 - 16:30||Kingswood Civic Centre||Map|
|3||30 April 2019||09:30 - 16:30||Kingswood Civic Centre||Map|
|4||30 May 2019||09:30 - 16:30||Kingswood Civic Centre||Map|
|5||19 June 2019||09:30 - 16:30||Hydra Management Training Suite||Map|
|6||17 July 2019||09:30 - 16:30||Kingswood Civic Centre||Map|
|7||26 September 2019||09:30 - 16:30||Kingswood Civic Centre||Map|
Making Every Contact Count is an approach that uses the millions of day to day interactions that organisations and individuals have with people to support them in making positive changes to their physical and mental health and wellbeing. Rather than telling people what to do Making Every Contact Count is about recognising opportunities to talk to people about their wellbeing using the skills of asking and listening. Making Every Contact Count is not intended to add to busy workloads. The course signposts to appropriate VSCE organisations and their available trainingEssential Information
This half day course is an annual refresher for individuals working in adult social care settings where they have responsibilities for moving people. This course will enable you to build on your existing knowledge and practice. Delegates will be expected to demonstrate how they move people and share knowledge through working on scenarios. This course is designed to be a refresher for anyone working in adult social care with responsibilities for moving people and attendees. Delegates from partner agencies will need to evidence that they have attended a manual handling course in the previous 18 months. Please make sure you wear suitable clothing and footwear as there is a practical aspect to this training.Essential Information
This half day course is an annual refresher for individuals working in adult social care settings where they have responsibilities for moving people. This course will enable you to build on your existing knowledge and practice. Delegates will be expected to demonstrate how they move people and share knowledge through working on scenarios This course is designed to be a refresher for anyone working in adult social care with responsibilities for moving people and attendees. Delegates from partner agencies will need to evidence that they have attended a manual handling course in the previous 18 months. Please make sure you wear suitable clothing and footwear as there is a practical aspect to this training.Essential Information
Do you find that sometimes your mathematical resources can limit children’s development in maths? Do you feel you may need a little more support and guidance to encourage your children to develop their creative thinking and problem solving skills through a more varied approach? Do you have difficulty in capturing their knowledge and understanding in your observations?
“If you face problems you can’t solve on a regular basis, with teachers or parents who don’t expect you to succeed, you are likely to assume that you have no ability in that area. When this applies to maths problems, you start to believe that this is not the subject for you.”
Cairns, E. JUMP Maths
This course will explore how you can foster children’s creative thinking and how you can nurture children to be positive problem solvers with a growth mind-set. We will reflect on our own perceptions of maths and how this can influence our teaching of maths with our children. We will consider an achievable and creative approach to the delivery of mathematics within your setting through a variety of activities, resources and experiences.
During the session we will discuss the challenges of capturing children’s mathematical knowledge and skills within observations and the importance of the adult role in fostering children’s early mathematical development.
The multi-agency South Gloucestershire Safeguarding Adults Board oversees the Joint Policy and Procedures for Safeguarding Adults in this area. It is essential that a wide range of staff working in local authority, health and social care agencies are fully aware of the key issues in safeguarding vulnerable adults and of how the policy affects them in their front-line roles. The half-day Raising Safeguarding Concerns course is essential training for all front-line staff and managers who are involved in providing services to adults at risk and who work directly with service users. The course content is mapped to the learning outcomes in the local Safeguarding Adults Training Standards (published Dec 2017) as well as to relevant national occupational standards including the Care Certificate (Standard 10). Course attendance is monitored by the Safeguarding Adults Board.
The standard charge for this course is £40. Please refer to our Course Charges on the Home page for information on discounts and exemptions.