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An introductory course on Bi-Polar Affective Disorder which will provide delegates with an insight in to the impact and best ways to support an individual who may have this condition.

Welcome to the MCA Part 1 e-Learning course. Here you will be able to access the e-Learning which explores areas such as assessing capacity, decision making, Best Interest Decisions and the 5 principles all contained within part 1.

Welcome to the MCA Part 2 e-Learning course. Here you will go onto explore the Lasting Power of Attorney, the role of the IMCAs, advanced decisions and wilful neglect and ill treatment

A fringe theatre production on responding to the needs of those who are troubled by traumatic events in adulthood.

The workshop is delivered through a series of encounters, dramatised by the trainer, in order that participants can engage with the material in the way that they would in practice. Each encounter is designed to act as a springboard for group exploration and problem-solving, but also to highlight specific aspects of working with trauma.

Welcome to the MCA Part 1 e-Learning course. Here you will be able to access the e-Learning which explores areas such as assessing capacity, decision making, Best Interest Decisions and the 5 principles all contained within part 1.

Welcome to the MCA Part 2 e-Learning course. Here you will go onto explore the Lasting Power of Attorney, the role of the IMCAs, advanced decisions and wilful neglect and ill treatment. 

Although not directly linked to 'mental health' this condition can impact on how people feel and view themselves. This one-day training session to give participants a basic appreciation of what Cerebral Palsy is all about and the impact it can have on the health and well-being of someone with the condition.

A one-day training session to give participants an overview understanding of the nature of Parkinson’s Disease – the different forms, major signs and symptoms, an awareness of the main treatment processes and how this can impact on mental health and well-being.

A one-day training session to give participants an overview understanding of the nature of Huntingdon’s Disease – the different types, major signs, symptoms, an awareness of the main treatment and therapeutic processes and the impact upon mental health and well-being.

A one-day training session to give participants an overview understanding of the nature of Huntingdon’s Disease – the different types, major signs, symptoms, an awareness of the main treatment and therapeutic processes and the impact upon mental health and well-being.
Refresher day for staff who have already attended the full 2 day course prior to December 2015

NHS Continuing Healthcare (CHC) and its relationship with Section 117.  

This session is for CHC Masterclass Members only

The session will provide information about what is expected of the evaluators and how to complete the evaluations and ensure that practice themes are identified and learning from practice evaluations is cascaded to Social workers and other managers.

To enable Social Workers and Social Work Assistants to build purposeful, effective relationships with children and families, using strength based, relationship based, child centred and family led practice, to support children and families through the process of change.

To enable Social Workers and Social Work Assistants to build purposeful, effective relationships with children and families, using strength based, relationship based, child centred and family led practice, to support children and families through the process of change.

This one day course gives Approved Mental Health Professionals an opportunity to update their legal knowledge and skills regarding the nearest relative as defined under the Mental Health Act 1983. 

This 1 day training course is designed to enable AMHPs to review their knowledge and skills in assessing and managing risk in the context of their statutory role. It will provide an opportunity to linktheory to practice and refresh knowledge of law, recent research and guidance in this area. Participants will be encouraged to bring case examples from their own practice throughout the day.

The aim of this course is to develop and support the role of managers who are decision makers in relation to safeguarding and child protection work especially within the context of Section 47 (CA'89) enquiries and investigations. This course will enhance your skills and knowledge in order to contribute to an effective and appropriate response to children and young people in Birmingham who are in need or who may be suffering or likely to suffer harm.

Course to enhance existing telephone skills
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This course is designed to help professionals understand and identify the dynamics and psychological issues arising from working with victims of violence or other traumatic life events. Support is given to address the issues with the client and to promote strategies for self-care, highlighting the appropriate use of supervision and debriefing. It provides an opportunity to recognise and celebrate achievements and reflect on challenges met at a personal and professional level.

To increase participants knowledge and understanding of child development, to inform assessment and planning interventions  when working with vulnerable children and families.

Target Group(s)

  • Family Support Workers
  • YOTS 

Course Aims

To introduce family support workers to the Signs of Safety & Well-being Practice Framework tool and how it supports strength based, relationship based work with families and children.

This SAQ is designed to find out any relevant  learning requirements you may have with regards to gaining experience and knowledge of the SPD role.

Do note that the SAQ is just a guidance of the areas covered by an SPD and you may have already had training or experience in some of the areas. 

This SAQ is designed to find out any relevant  learning requirements you may have with regards to gaining experience and knowledge of the SPW role.

Do note that the SAQ is just a guidance of the areas covered by an SPW and you may have already had training or experience in some of the areas. 

This 2 day course is open to social workers to book on (with line managers permission) and any social workers that would benefit from this training and that might want enrol on the training too.

Cost to Non BCC Staff - £45 per person 

To train participants to have an awareness of Epilepsy and how to respond to seizures.

This is a half day course, which covers epilepsy awareness and correct actions to support a sufferer. The course will involve a mixture of group and practical work, and a recap on the current recovery position under the 2015 UK resuscitation guidelines. There will also be a short multi choice assessment to comply with CQC requirements for the training.

Target Audience - Social care managers and leadersCost - £75 per person Duration - One day Aim

The workshop will encapsulate - emotional intelligence, leadership styles and assertiveness techniques with lots of opportunity for practice and discussion. It will provide managers with an opportunity to reflect on and develop their knowledge and skills in relation to managing assertively. Learning Outcomes By the end of the workshop managers will be able to;Select and apply the key theories/models to manage assertively Recognise the language, tone of voice and non verbal behaviour related to each modes of behaviour. Practice different techniques (a non negotiable instruction, saying ‘no’, managing poor performance/misconduct, providing feedback)Plan how they will transfer the learning to the workplace

Target Audience - Social Care Registered Managers or Senior staffDuration - One day CourseCost - £75 per persoonThis full day training programme is for Registered Managers or Senior Staff who want to gain an in-depth understanding of the CQC regulatory framework to inform quality improvements in their services. Through the programme attendees will gain knowledge, skills and confidence about working effectively to CQC expectations and will develop plans for service improvement using tools they will access during the day.

This training is explicitly for Adult & Children's social work students, for all full time BCC staff use the following link: http://birmingham.learningpool.com/

You must complete the Mandatory Information Governance training during your placement with Birmingham City Council.

The 4 courses you must complete are: Data Quality, Records Management, IT security- Introduction & Introduction to Information Governance

This 1 day session will look at the CHC Process and focus on how to challenge effectively. The perception of "who has the power" within the CHC process and how to differentiate between a disagreements and disputes.

We want to hear from you about your experiences, particularly about your successes but also around the challenges of being a practice educator. We want to raise the profile of practice education and look how you can be supported to develop excellent skills in practice education and support students to have the best experience on placement.

This is a twice yearly forum for Practice Educators

Target Group:

Qualified Practice Educators

Enabling Others Candidates

Staff working with Social Work Students

 
 
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