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** Users will not be able to attend this course if you have not completed the 'Mosaic Training - Adults Intermediate' session **
During this session your trainer will provide you with an introduction to Mosaic workflow and on how to complete and progress work within Mosaic. You’ll also get the opportunity to work through a Mosaic workflow process that you’ll be using in your day to day role.
This is a trainer-led virtual course conducted via Microsoft Teams and the Mosaic Training Database.
** Users will not receive Mosaic login details on Go-Live day if this course has not been completed **
** Users will not be able to attend this course if you have not completed the relevant Me Learning modules **
Mosaic Training – Adult Intermediate is designed to enable current AIS users to consolidate what they have learned through the Mosaic Me Learning, navigate around the system and to be competent with the basics that Mosaic has to offer.
This is an online course conducted virtually via Mocrosoft Teams, SharePoint and the Mosaic Training Database.
** Users will not be able to progress to ‘Mosaic Training – Adult Advanced’ until this course has been completed **
An introduction to children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing covering four main topics:
Mental Health Awareness – What is mental health? What are the specific challenges for children and young people
Resilience and Self-Care – Develop resilience strategies and tools for yourself and the children and young people you are working with
Local Mental Health Provision – Explaining the iThrive model used to structure mental health service provision and update on local services
Drug and Alcohol and how they Impact Mental Health – What type of substances young people might use and the reasons behind this and how drugs and alcohol impact mental health.
Please note if you are a Social Worker you should book onto the Professional version of this course.
This assessed training course provides Care Workers with the essential skills and knowledge to apply and comply with the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) 2005 when carrying out their role. The MCA applies to every health and social care worker who is involved in the care, treatment or support of people who are unable to make all or some decisions themselves. Care Quality Commission Inspectors are increasingly asking care workers to explain their responsibilities under the MCA. The MCA provides legal protection from liability for carrying out care and treatment of people who lack capacity to consent, provided that care workers: Understand the principles of the MCA Have carried out a capacity assessment and reasonably believe that the person lacks capacity Reasonably believe the action they have taken is in the best interests of the person. How the training course works: Attend a workshop Submit brief evidence of how you have applied your learning in the workplace Receive feedback on your work which is shared with your employer Once you have achieved the required standard for compliance and good practice in line with the MCA code of practice you will be awarded a Mental Capacity Essentials Training Certificate.
Please click here to view and download course handouts
This course offers practitioners a chance to develop their skills in the direct work that they may be doing. The training will give practitioners ideas that may enhance their practice and introduce them to practical ways of working with young people who are or maybe at risk of exploitation.
Requirements for training via Zoom:
Requirements for face-to-face training: