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Designed for: Business Support staff responsible for taking minutes at meetings
Working to embed the 3 Conversations Way of Working
Target audience - Social Care Practitioners


These drop in sessions are provided to give staff a space to have a chat and share how they are feeling since attending the customer Journey development activities. It also provides a platform to share information in relation to commencing in their new roles and explore the impact or influence of the development activities provided.

The drop-ins will also be an opportunity for any key messages to be relayed, and identify any additional learning and development needs. 

This course will help to learn how to use your professional relationship with service users and their families in order to resolve problems and find solutions, by using an attachment-based approach

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.
Bi-monthly forums to discuss operational and practice issues as they arise. AMHP's attending the forums gain 3 hours CPD towards ongoing registration.

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.

Course Outline

The Policing and Crime Act 2016 introduced changes to the Mental Health Act s135 & s136, in particular the length of time that a person can ordinarily be held for and what now constitutes a public place. These changes, together with the introduction of waiting times standards for people experiencing a mental health emergency, are intended to focus attention and resources on earlier intervention, and minimising delays.  This course is aimed at helping AMHPs understand the implications of for their practice and consider how to make best use of Police Colleagues' resources.

Course Outline:

While deprivation of liberty safeguards have been associated largely with adults several recent court rulings have highlighted that deprivation can occur at any age and for those working within children and young people’s disabilities teams this is an issue in acute focus. Whether a child meets what is known as ‘the acid test’ for a deprivation is a complex issue, taking into account the child or young person’s competence or capacity, the scope of parental responsibility and the level of supervision and control that is in place. 

This programme will examine the use, and impact of, the MCA and DoLS with Children with disabilities and aims to support children and young people’s practitioners think about how and when the MCA should be used and when a court authorisation for a deprivation or best interest determination might be required.

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.

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