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The session will aim to build a better understanding of what self-harm is, why people turn towards self-harm behaviours and what signs and indicators there are for self-harm behaviours.
The course will also help you to develop understanding around helping to support someone who is self-harming and best practice response.
The key aim is to build confidence, reduce stigma and create a better response to individuals who self-harm.
The trainer has requested that attendees have their cameras on during the session to ensure attendance and help with engagement.
The session will be interactive – with lots of opportunities for discussion.
This one day programme is intended for any individuals from the Council and staff from all Statutory, Voluntary and Independent sectors working with people with Epilepsy.
Non-care staff need only attend the morning session of this course.
The course is a combination of interactive discussion, demonstration and practice with equipment and group work.
The standard charge for this course is £103.50 per day. Please refer to our Course Charges on the Home page for information on discounts and exemptions
This training is for people who will be using the Signs of Safety approach in their day-to-day work with children, young people and their families or carers. It is also relevant for people who will be supervising others who are using the approach. The two day Signs of Safety Introduction training is provided by accredited external trainers and places are limited. Key Integrated Children's Services staff to attend are those who chair key meetings and who undertake statutory assessments gathering information from other agencies and where the outcome has a considerable impact on the life of a child/family.
Course Duration: Two days
Course Aims: This training provides practitioners and managers with the skills and knowledge to be able to start to use the Signs of Safety approach in their practice.