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** Users will not be able to attend this course if you have not completed AIS Training – Adult Intermediate **
AIS Training – Adult Advanced is designed to build on what was learned in the AIS Intermediate session by covering 3 Conversations. This includes Assessments, Plans, Reviews and case closure among other elements.
This is a virtual course conducted via Microsoft Teams and the AIS Training Database.
** Upon completion AIS Live Login details will be allocated **
** Users will not be able to attend this course if you have not completed the relevant eLearning **
AIS Training – Adult Intermediate is designed to enable users new to SGC AIS to consolidate what they have learned through the AIS eLearning, navigate around the system and to be competent with the basics that AIS has to offer.
This is a virtual course conducted via Microsoft Teams and the AIS Training Database.
** Users will not be able to progress to ‘AIS Training – Adult Advanced’ until this course has been completed **
You are invited to this Health Scrutiny training session to provide guidance around questioning at HOSC and help shape the HOSC workplan, the main outcomes being:
At the end of this session Councillors should have a clear understanding of their role in ensuring that health services in South Gloucestershire are effective and meet the needs of residents. Councillors should be more able to understand the overall structure of health service provision, the relationships between various agencies and South Gloucestershire Council. They should be able to understand how scrutiny works collectively and collaboratively to explore issues, hold to account, and make strong recommendations.
• To explore and understand how scrutiny plays an essential role in the overview of Health provision and how it constructively works to holds the council’s Cabinet and partners to account for its appropriate delivery.
• To support councillors to understand the role of scrutiny in the complex framework of health scrutiny in the context of evolving integrated care systems and implications for changes in service delivery across all health settings from primary to acute
• To explore with councillors the relationship with Children and Family services and health services, particularly in areas such as CAMHS, sexual health etc
• To understand how scrutiny can play a key role in improving health provision in the community by exploring issues important to residents
• To provide councillors with an opportunity to explore and take practical steps to carry out scrutiny of health services in a way that makes an impact.
• The importance of strategic focus in scrutinising health partners
• Assist the understanding of the various provider roles and to consider how each can be effectively scrutinised and held to account
• Building and understanding of the overview and scrutiny framework within an integrated social care and health setting
• Setting strategic objectives for scrutiny
• Developing a shared understanding of scrutiny’s purpose
• The scrutiny work programme – focus, rigour and depth
• Focusing on the right priorities
• Public interest and health scrutiny
• Identify who, when and how scrutiny holds to account
• Suggest areas where more in-depth scrutiny enquiries may assist the process
such as specific task and finish groups
• Building strong relationships, with partners and constituent members
• Manging behaviours, cultures and expectations
At the end of this session Members should have a clear understanding of their role in
ensuring that health services in the County are effective and meet the needs of local
residents. Councillors should be more able to understand the overall structure of
health service provision, the relationships between various agencies and the County
Council. They should be able to understand how scrutiny works collectively and
collaboratively to explore issues, hold to account and make strong recommendations.
This session will be delivered by Paul Cutler. Paul leads CfGS programmes on health and social care. He has over 30 years’ experience providing support and advice to local government and the NHS. He has held a variety of governance and board roles in the NHS including non-executive directorships and is currently a lay member for a Clinical Commissioning Group. He has been a trustee for several UK charities and has been a member of a management committee for a housing association. He has written a number of training and facilitation programmes as well as publications providing advice on training, organisational development, participation, health engagement and children’s services. His original professional background is in social work and has provided training and lecturing at a variety of universities to support the development of the profession. He has academic qualifications in sociology, social work, community and international development, management, media and communications. He has professional qualifications in social work and training.
This 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. This blended online programme will be delivered as a series 6.5 days over a seven month period supported with 10 hours of self-directed learning. It will be delivered through a blended solution including online training, psychometric assessment, 360 review, action learning sets, individual coaching, individual reflection, skills practice and e-learning. The facilitators are Emma Ford (01454 864447), Deb Parsons (01454 868273). If you have any questions about whether this is the right programme for you please contact Emma or Deb.
By accepting a place on this course you are confirming that your manager has approved your attendance and your team will be recharged the course fee.
Please note there is a charge to attend this course for external delegates of £600. South Gloucestershire Council employees will be recharged £150 to cover costs.
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||06 October 2021||09:30 - 11:30||Online Learning||Map|
|2||02 November 2021||09:30 - 16:30||Online Learning||Map|
|3||15 December 2021||09:30 - 16:30||Online Learning||Map|
|4||18 January 2022||09:30 - 16:30||Online Learning||Map|
|5||16 February 2022||09:30 - 16:30||Online Learning||Map|
|6||22 March 2022||09:30 - 16:30||Online Learning||Map|
You have been identified as a setting with a language lead / language champion.
We would like to invite the language champion to join us for a session to explore what it means to be a language champion in your setting and how this benefits the children.
The initial session we would like to explore;
? The role of the language champion in your setting
? Any training the language champion attended
? Assessment tools –if you use them, which ones and how they are used?
? Discussion around language interventions.
The aim of this will be for you to share ideas with other language champions including ideas, resources and challenges faced.
This will be delivered via Zoom and hosted by Suzanne Pearson.
ZOOM INVITE DETAILS WILL BE SENT TO YOU NEARER THE TIME
South Glos Council employees: if you don't already have Zoom please see attached instructions.
A community based course to increase awareness and challenge stigma about mental health that participants can draw upon in their day-to-day lives and work.
The views of people with ‘lived’ experience of emotional or mental health issues are central to informing the course content as well as up to date research evidence. This course is currently free to everyone.
The course is suitable for anyone including staff and volunteers from a variety of settings working with Adults, and/or Children and Families, who wish to learn more about mental health. It consists of a mixture of factual presentation, small group work and large group discussion within agreed ground rules of confidentiality and respecting each other’s points of view. There are extensive handouts available
The trainer Suzanne Pearson is a Registered Mental Health Nurse and CBT therapist with experience of working in the NHS and voluntary sector. She is a qualified adult trainer with extensive experience of delivering high quality mental health training to a range of participants and organisations. She is a Mental Health First Aid instructor (Standard and Youth courses) and an Applied Suicide Intervention Skills (ASIST) trainer.
COSTS: £40 for those outside South Glos
Time spent playing is never wasted …
This network is for practitioners, leaders or room leaders who would like to develop and improve their Pre-school Room environment in readiness for children to learn and have fun.
Through this network we will explore child development, new ways to support early language development and ideas to provide a rich stimulating environment that you can put into practice straight away both inside and outside.
We would like this to be a forum which meets your needs so please suggest any ideas for further focus and discussion which we can develop together.
Please come ready to play, get involved, and have fun as well as being eager to discuss and share new ideas.
“There are no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child. There are seven million.” (Walt Streightiff)