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This 1 day course is to provide an overview of the range of causes and impacts of acquired brain injury, of living with conditions such as stroke, considering other causes of brain injury such as accidents and alcohol use; and an overview of working with people with acquired injury. The day is being delivered by an expert in the field who will be supported by an individual with lived experience.

This course is designed to equip Occupational Therapy staff with the skills and knowledge required to provide an enhanced level of therapeutic people handling to clients, their carers and families.This course is for Adults & Communities Occupational Therapy staff only.

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.

This course is a precursor to the training day; “Safeguarding Children - Working with Substance Misusing Parents”.  As such it is intended to give delegates an understanding of substance misuse issues that will allow them to fully benefit from the full days training on working with parents where substance misuse is a risk factor.

Bi-Monthly practice and policy updates relating to Mental Health Act Assessments forApproved Mental Health Professionals (AMHP's)

For Birmingham City Council AMHP's only 

This one day course will support ongoing CPD requirements that relate to the Mental Health Act specifically (but not exclusively) by highlighting specific case law examples to consider in practice situations. 

This course is for AMHP's, the police and suitably trained provider organisations providing significant mental health input where warrants and places of safety are within their scope of practice. 

The course will consider the use of S135 warrants and the use of S136 place of safety decisions relating to best practice.

To develop understanding of Autistic Spectrum Disorders and the impact on life and learning and explore the effects on mental
health and well-being

This one day course is for Approved MentalHealth Professionals (AMHP) and staff who manage AMHP's carryingout duties relating to the care and treatment of people with mental healthdifficulties. The interface between the Children Act, the MentalHealth Act, the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards canbe difficult to navigate. This course provide an opportunity to explore theinteraction and overlap between these Acts. This course is provided by Daisy Bogg Associates.
Proportionality of interventions for those with severeley low BMI has been a key consideration of the courts over the years. This day will provide AMHP's with an opportunity to reflect on the complexity of undertaking a MHA assessment where an eating disorder is present.

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. 

A one day course that considers best practice when working with personality disorder under the Mental Health Act.
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 AMHP role has a key functioning under safeguarding whether it is human rights or alerting and intervening when adults or children are at risk of harm. Safeguarding is about more than protection however. Whether it is prevention or enablement the AMHP has a duty to safeguard whether it be the MHA or by engaging within safeguarding generally.

This course is specifically for Approved Mental Health Professionals (AMHP). Consideration will also be given to team managers and other lead practitioners who mangae or supervise AMHPs in practice. 

This course will enable AMHP's to gain an understanding of the psychological process of unconscious bias

To develop understanding and to support assessments when issues relating to parental mental illness  and how this may impact upon the family situation.  This course is specific for those who undertake the AMHP role but may also prove useful to those within a connected management role. This course will give you 6 hours CPD and is being provided by Daisy Bogg Associates.



The course introduces learners to a specific range of conditions and provides basic knowledge and an opportunity to discuss these conditions

This short module provides a concise package on assertiveness for those who want an introduction to the topic and to get the primary facets of asserting yourself.

This one day programme is aimed at providing social care staff with an understanding of how to transfer theoretical knowledege of Autism into the working environment

Welcome to this e-learning module on basic autism awareness which looks at they key characteristics, the triad of impairments and links to other conditions.

This is a 3 Day Specialist Autism programme aimed at all staff within the care sector who may be in contact with people with autism

This course gives delegates a basic understanding of 3 major life-threatening situations and how they can be dealt with. This programme does not comply with the minimum requirements of the Health and Safety executive for First Aid in the Workplace.

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