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This will be delivered via TEAMS and you will be sent an invite nearer the time.
This 1/2 day course is suitable for all staff who could potentially come into contact with individuals with Autism Spectrum Conditions.
Social care practitioners should attend both day 1 and day 2 (Autism - assessing the needs of autistic adults (for social work practitioners completing assessments under the Care Act 2014)).
Course Aims: Develop knowledge and competencies in working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Conditions.
The course is delivered by James Hennefeld, a specialist trainer who has experience in supporting people with ASC in a wide range of care settings, including residential, low secure and in the community.
Previous delegates have said:
“It is essential that anyone coming into contact with people diagnosed with ASC attend this course”
“Trainer is extremely knowledgeable and training is delivered with passion and enthusiasm”
Topics: · Asperger Syndrome and how this relates to autism. · Effective communication. · Theory of mind. · Executive functioning. · Central coherence. · Sensory issues. · Social inclusion. · Service issues.
The standard charge for this course is £49. Please refer to our Course Charges on the Home page for information on discounts and exemptions.
These sessions are for members of the South Gloucestershire Council Coaching and Mentoring Service and is open to external coaches.
We ask that all members attend two sessions of group supervision per year. Please see full details below for more information.
What is coaching supervision?
Coaching supervision is the practice of reflecting upon your work as a coach, usually with a trained supervisor in either a 1:1 or group basis. It is often emphasised as ‘SUPER-vision' providing you with an enhanced ability to see your work from multiple perspectives. If not viewed like this coach supervision could be misconstrued as a more managerial practice by someone with more power than yourself 'checking' that you are 'doing it right'. Far from this, the relationship is more of one of equals, where the supervisor and coach (supervisee) sit 'side by side' in a safe, non-judgemental space getting curious about the your work as a coach. Through this process you gain insight into yourself, the client and the work you do together. Regular coaching supervision will enable the coach to explore these areas and in doing so improve their coaching effectiveness and ensure best value for coachees. Coaching supervision is an essential part of a coach’s ongoing learning and development.
It is free for internal coaches and we will charge external coaches £100 per session or £300 for four.
• This new practice workshop will cover the key aspects of preparing for effective supervision. There will be dedicated time for practice reflection and exploring how to ask your supervisor key reflective questions, to maximise your opportunity to get to the significant issues and discussions about your children and young people.
• We will introduce some ‘quick wins’ and you will have an opportunity to share your quick wins with colleagues and engage in meaningful peer discussion about what helps.
• We will also be exploring how we communicate what we need from supervision in terms of our own learning, career development, how you learn and well-being.
• After attendance and completion of the feedback form, you will receive a certificate. This can support your CPD.
This event is for social workers, social work assistants and personal advisors in -
Children in Care team
Transition to Independence team
Join on your computer, mobile app or room device
Click here to join the meeting
Meeting ID: 320 222 395 144
This course is suitable for Social Care Practitioners in both Adult & Children’s Services
Professional Curiosity Workshop – 1 day - The ‘WHAT ?, WHY ?, & HOW ?’
The ability and confidence to demonstrate Professional Curiosity, Professional Courage, and Professional Challenge together are essential to success when working alone as a single agency professional or as a member of a multi-agency team when working to safeguard and protect.
This workshop provides an opportunity for delegates to work together in scenario-based development and application of knowledge and skills. Those attending will be encouraged to fully participate in work and discussions on an individual, class, and small group basis. Trainer led debriefing and facilitation will allow delegates to explore the ‘What, Why, & How’ of professional practice in this area.
Click here to access workbook and PowerPoint
A session for people working with children and families in South Gloucestershire to be able to explore and gain confidence in creating words and picture explanations for children and families.
Please note: All attendees must have already attended Signs of Safety Awareness session or Signs of Safety 2 day training to be able to attend this course.