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It is the learner's responsibility to ensure that they have gained manager approval before booking onto a tlds training course.

For any training queries please call 0121 303 0990.

 

 

Fully Funded

Date – Tuesday 26th January 2021

Times – 10am to 11.30am

Target Audience – Social Care Managers

tlds Registered Managers Network aims to equip managers to:

  • Help meet the workforce challenges they face
  • Provide access to information, advice & support
  • Provide a network of support and reduce isolation
  • Support the development of skills, knowledge and professional attainment

This webinar will be held using Microsoft Teams

In order to access the webinar, please complete the booking request on the TLDS website.

You require the appropriate software and a meeting invitation link which will be emailed to you.

Webinar will be delivered by Patrick from The West Midlands Cyber Crime Unit

Increase your awareness of cyber threats so you can Protect and Prepare yourself whilst online

The webinar will:

  • Raise general awareness of threats when online in your Professional and Personal lives
  • Highlight vulnerabilities from social media and open sources
  • Develop awareness on preparation for a cyber security disaster

This webinar will focus in a none technical way on cyber security threats.  The emphasis will be on the human element when using technology and the World Wide Web.  Vulnerabilities from Open Source Intelligence research and Social Engineering tactics will be considered along with some good processes when responding to a cyber security incident.

This event will be useful for all. It will benefit attendees in their personal and professional lives.

Attendees will gain a better awareness of :

  • The Current Policing Landscape and the Threat, Risk and Harm
  • OSINT and Social Engineering
  • Brief Psychology of scams
  • How to prepare

     Please reserve your place now

    Preparing Occupational Health Referrals

    Target audience - Birmingham City Council Adult Social Care Managers only

    Duration - One hour

    Dates : Thursday 14th January 2021 (12noon to 1pm) or

                 Tuesday 2nd February 2021 (10.30am to 11.30am)

    Delivered via Microsoft Teams by a colleague from the Occupational Health team

    The session will:

    • Provide an overview of Occupational Health - which services are available including additional services such as physiotherapy.
    • Which services are not available
    • Cover the How, when and why referrals are made
    • Cohort information on setting up an account and how it functions.

    There will be a brief presentation but with plenty of opportunity to have a Q & A at the end of the presentation.

    Cost for Non BCC Staff - £45 per delegate

    Target audience 

    18/12/20 - Birmingham City Council Adult Social Care Managers only

    10/02/21 - BCC Social Care managers and social care managers from Private, Voluntary and Independent Sectors

    Delivered on-line

    An introductory half day course designed to increase mental health awareness and give an understanding of how to look after wellbeing and challenge stigma. When you complete your course you will get a certificate of attendance and a manual to keep and refer to whenever you need it.


    Fully Funded

    Target audience - Birmingham City Council Adult Social Care Managers only

    Duration - One hour

    Dates : 16th November 2020 (2pm to 3pm)

                 26th November 2020 (2pm to 3pm)

                 16th December 2020 (10am to 11am)

                 13th January 2021 (11am to 12noon)

    Delivered via Microsoft Teams by a colleague from the Occupational Health team

    The session will explore :

    • what is a stress risk assessment
    • the reasons for carrying out a stress risk assessment
    • how to do the assessment
    • what outcomes could be expected.

     The session will :

    • cover the what, when, where, why and how! 
    • include when is the best timeframe to consider completing an assessment and who does the assessment.
    • explore how to carry out the assessment (teams/ 1:1/ phone),
    • explore the purpose of the document and whether SMART objectives can be included. 
    • also be an opportunity to discuss how to have this discussion with an employee.

    There will be a brief presentation but with plenty of opportunity to have an open discussion.

    Target audience - BCC Managers and Staff (separate sessions)

    The courses will cover :

    • Understanding what Resilience is
    • Recognising and coping with pressure and stress
    • Personal development to build your own resilience, health & wellbeing
    • Methods to deal with change

    This is a forum for members of the Leadership and Management Network