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Do you need to train staff on their job? Have you recently recruited new members of staff and wonder how best to get them up to speed? This one-day workshop is aimed at helping staff and managers to develop skills, to help people learn on the job in their workplaces. The workshop assists people to understand issues such as barriers to learning, structuring workplace learning to meet different needs and how to set goals and assess progress towards competence in a new role.
This is an introduction to major incident response for council officers attending the scene of the incident in the role of Local Authority Incident Officer.
To implant knowledge on how South Gloucestershire Council manages the response to major incidents at the operational level.
- Raise awareness of emergency plans
- Explain the command, control and communications structure
- JESIP and at scene
- Explain operational attendance
- Explain tactical attendance
- Explain the council incident room
- Look at Local Authority run centre
- Examine recovery
This is a 2-day workshop specifically for South Gloucestershire Council managers and supervisors. It is split into two 1-day sessions (Day 1: 19th Sept & Day 2: 24th Oct). The main focus of the workshop is on exploring really practical tools and approaches for managing, supporting and challenging teams and individuals, including aspects such as coaching, communication and performance. The workshop will be led by Lenny Bedoyan.Essential Information
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 an ‘alert’ 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 Safegaurding Personal impacts on it, how to conduct an interview, 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.
This one day course provides adult social care staff who are responsible for moving people, with basic information and skills at an introductory level.The course is designed for anyone working in a care setting who are required to move people within their role. Please make sure you wear suitable clothing and footwear as there is a practical aspect to this training.Essential Information
This ‘Pilot’ support group has been set up specifically for carers of teenagers, who may be struggling, or would like to better cope with some of the behaviours that their young people are showing. It will be reviewed in December 2019, and based on how successful the programme has been, may continue in 2020.
The multiple ACE’s (adverse childhood experiences) that our young people may have experienced are likely to have had an impact on their emotional development. This in turn can show as range of behaviours relating to:
· Fear (fight or flight)
· Inability to re-attune to care-giver
· Blocked trust
· Lack of cause & effect thinking
· Needing to be ‘in control’
· Lack of empathy
· Lack of remorse
· Sadness & grief
· Fear of being ‘invisible’
But how can we respond to these behaviours in a therapeutic way? This group looks to take an issue, identified by yourselves each month, and look at why a young person may be showing that behaviour and how we can respond therapeutically to it.
The group will be facilitated by Thinking Aloud and will aim to meet once every month during term time. The programme will very much be determined by yourselves, as this series of support groups has been set up with you in mind to meet your current needs.
It would be helpful if you could email email@example.com any particular issues that you would perhaps like covered in advance, as a more detailed programme could be drawn up ahead of the sessions, if we know what the issues are.
This course is suitable for childminders, newly appointed SENCOs and assistant SENCOs who need to understand the role of the SENCO. SENCOs who would like a refresher course in order to become more familiar with the process would also benefit from this course.
“Providers must have arrangements in place to support children with SEN or disabilities…. And must have regard to the Special Educational Needs (SEN) Code of Practice.”
(EYFS Statutory Framework, page 29)
As a new SENCO, the SEND Code of Practice can appear to be daunting and challenging. This half-day course will help you to develop your understanding of the requirements of the Code of Practice and the role of the SENCO in implementing it. Through group work and discussions there will be opportunities to explore:
The role and responsibilities of the SENCO
The role of other staff in the setting in supporting children with SEND
The processes required to support children once a concern has been raised through following the graduated approach
This 2-day course is suitable for those working with complex people or situations. It aims to develop skills and confidence in order to help children and young people around self-harm and suicide prevention.Essential Information