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Working to embed the 3 Conversations Way of Working

Introductory safeguarding e-learning for non Birmingham City Council Staff

This program is targeted at those who work with Children Young People and Adults with Autism.

This is an Intermediate Level and you are required to have completed the Autism Basic Awareness prior to undertaking this learning.

 
 
 

This 3 hour webinar is designed to provide AMHPs with an opportunity to examine some of the legal aspects of the admission and treatment of children and young people with complex mental health needs.  The webinar will cover relevant parts of the 2015 MHA Code of Practice and recent case law.


All MCA Courses are currently being virtually delivered. 


Target AudienceTo provide staff in health and social care settings with an understanding of how to lead and manage care practice that promotes the safeguarding of adults at risk of harm
 

This half-day course focuses on the medical issues relevant in older age psychiatry and aims to assist AMHPs by giving them detailed information as it applies to this age group. These include mental and physical health issues, how these present in older age, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment. The day will also integrate guidance in the MHA Code of Practice. AMHPs will be assisted in applying this knowledge to their practice through a range of dilemmas and examples in practice.


 
 

The Training Provider

Daisy Bogg Consultancy (DBC) is an Open College Network (OCN) accredited training provider, holding the OCN Quality Endorsement Licence (QEL). We are also accredited by The British Association of Social Workers (BASW) as a training provider for the social work sector. The Open College Network Quality Endorsement Licence (QEL) provides a highly valued ‘quality mark’ and external endorsement of an organisation.


The Training Provider

Daisy Bogg Consultancy (DBC) is an Open College Network (OCN) accredited training provider, holding the OCN Quality Endorsement Licence (QEL). We are also accredited by The British Association of Social Workers (BASW) as a training provider for the social work sector. The Open College Network Quality Endorsement Licence (QEL) provides a highly valued ‘quality mark’ and external endorsement of an organisation.


The half day (4 hour) Mental Health Aware programme introduces mental health to the general public. Those in attendance will need to sign up on the MHFA website at least 10 days before the course date (a link will be provided when your place is authorised) so the materials can be delivered to your home or place of work (wherever you are taking the course).

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This course is aimed at those who provide a Care Service
Assist staff in understanding the safe administration and storage of medicines
This course is for those working in Adult Social Care
To understand regulations and campaigns to promote good nutrition and hydration in the UK
Understanding best practice in caring for people with pressure ulcers.
The CCG are hosting this 1 hour webinar on the new RAG rating system which is now being used.

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

An hour long Autism Awareness Session
This course is for Social Work Staff that want to know more about direct payments
To develop awareness of Autism

A look at the interface between the two acts.

This course is delivered by Tim Spencer-Lane who is a lawyer specialising in mental health, mental capacity and social care law.

Title: Understanding Personality Disorder and MHA

Aim: To introduce people who may be working with people labelled with a Personality Disorder

  



 

This course is an on-line workbook intended for operational staff and designated Care Workers in the Adult social care sector. It will provide the theory element to work through prior to being assessed as competent by your manager in your specific operational area, if required.

The course uses “Pop-ups” so you may need to seek advice from your local IT administrator.

Available to AMHP's from Birmingham and neighbouring local authorities who commission their AMHP training with Birmingham City Council.

This course will provide an overview of Dementia to staff

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.

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.


This bite sized session is designed for, Approved Mental Health Professionals (AMHPs), AMHP candidates and other professionals working with both mental distress and substance misuse. It aims to develop and refresh knowledge and skills in working with, and undertaking assessments with, individuals who use drugs and alcohol and are presenting with a co-existing mental health difficulty.

Learning disability in itself is not a reason someone should be assessed or detained under the Mental Health Act, however when that disability is accompanied by serious irresponsible conduct, abnormally aggressive behaviour or co-exists with another mental disorder, the use of the MHA may be one of the options being considered. This session will provide participants with an increased practical and theoretical understanding relating to learning disability in the context of the Mental Health Act assessment.

An opportunity for those on Pre-AMHP, those who are AMHP's or those for staff wanting an advanced awareness in this area of practice. The course relates to citizens from a wide range of backgrounds and will challenge the delegates to critically reflect on psychiatry, to learn from history and to consider practice when supporting diverse groups

An opportunity for those on Pre-AMHP, those who are AMHP's or those for staff wanting an advanced awareness in this area of practice. The course takes a critical look at psychiatry whilst also considering psychological and social perspectives for mental health intervention. This is a critical course for Pre-AMHP training.

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