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Manual Handling and Single Handed Care for OT Staff ONLY
 

Social workers and ASYE participants to be able to  co-ordinate and participate in all proceedings related to their court cases in order for the court to have clear and comprehensive records & evidences to decide on the best course of action for the children concerned

Social workers to be able to  co-ordinate and participate in all proceedings related to their court cases in order for the court to have clear and comprehensive records & evidences to decide on the best course of action for the children concerned

A half day classroom course to explore creative thinking about Personal Budgets and Direct Payments.

This course is suitable for all professional staff who are required to carry out these tasks. All participants should come to the training with a thorough understanding of the Mental Capacity Act. Please note this training is for all Social Work staff (BIA's are welcome to attend if the wish but this training is not specifically linked to the BIA role).

Outcomes:

  1. Social workers to become familiar  with the issues present in Birmingham and the impact on their roles.
  2. Social workers to become aware of the initiatives taken in Birmingham to meet the challenges it faces
  3. Social workers to build a repertoire of ‘hints & tips’ for effective practice.   
 

Target Group(s):

18+ Care Leavers service.

Course Outline:

The objectives for the training are to enhance understanding of:

  • The formation of attachment relationships, and different attachment styles.
  • The psychological & developmental impact of childhood trauma, including abuse & neglect.
  • The importance of caring, nurturing, and well attuned relationships in developing security, resilience and emotional wellbeing in young people.
  • How to apply this knowledge in order to understand the behaviour/current presentation of young people.
  • Ways to help young people to establish a sense of safety and security within relationship 

See ME rather than Dementia An introduction to a person centered approach to dementia.

 
 
 

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Target Group:

Social workers in CIC teams and safeguarding 

 Course Aims:

To enable managers and IROs in the Safeguarding and Children in Care teams  to

  • Understand how effective care planning can achieve good outcomes for children and young people.
  • Be aware of statutory framework, the local context of working with children in care and key elements of successful care planning
  • Enable the child to be kept at the centre of the care planning process.
 
The Registered Managers network aims to equip managers to:Help meet the challenges they faceProvide access to information, advice
This course is for social workers in Assessment

The purpose of the event will be to provide care providers with up-to-date information regarding the ways in which we can work in partnership to improve the quality of care delivered to citizens of Birmingham, through supporting the development of the adult social care workforce.

The purpose of this course is that those who attend will be able to act as an FGC co-ordinator in adult services. The candidates are likely to be social workers, senior practitioners and social care facilitators.
This course is for Social Workers in Assessment
A series of specific days on current areas for development

Fully Funded Guest Speaker - Julia Clinton, CEO, Sonnet Care Homes. Julia will share : •How she coped during a challenging period when her home was featured in the national press with negative headlines. •Strategies and approaches used to implement change.•The journey to becoming the Skills for Care Accolades winner 2015/16, Winner of the National Care Awards 2016 and Great British Care Awards Regional Winner 2016 and again 2017.

This is only available to Learners on the PQ Consolidation Course January - March 2018

Target Group: 

All social work staff new to children's services.

Course Aims:

  1. To reflect on the Birmingham experience and what are the expectations on new social workers and ASYEs.
  2. To become aware of the challenges and how values guide  practice
  3. To be able to manage work arrangements like agile working
  4. To build a repertoire of ‘hints & tips’ for effective practice

This course will offer strategies and techniques to self-manage common effects, and manage work with clients, and relationships with peers to promote well-being and sustain an effective team

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