Please note this training is now live interactive virtual classroom training and will be delivered via MS Teams.
This popular course is essential for practitioners from Children's Services and Adult Social Care, education, early help, the police and health, to review, update and consolidate core knowledge about domestic abuse.
This two day ‘professional level’ workshop is part of the domestic abuse thematic learning pathway and will give an overarching and updated view on current research, theory and practice in the field. It is relevant for all East Sussex children's services practitioners working with children, young people and families assessed as level 3 or 4 on the Continuum of Need.
Important note: You will need to have undertaken all three foundation level domestic abuse e-learning modules prior to attending this course (see additional information under full details) or you may be turned away. You will also need to attend the full two days in order to get your certificate.
This live interactive virtual course is a professional/advanced level of training on 'Attachment Based Practice with Families’, focusing on attachment based practice with adolescents and adults. It replaces the previous 'Introduction to Attachment Based Practice with Adults' course. It is aimed at case-holding practitioners. You must complete 'Attachment Based Practice with Families, Part 1- infancy, early childhood and the school years' or have
completed the previous 'Application of Attachment Theory' course before attending this course. Following Days 1 and 2 participants will undertake a piece of assessment work in preparation for Day 3.
Attachment theory is essential for understanding how human beings function in relationships and how people develop social and psychological difficulties. It is also fundamental for understanding what constitutes psychological wellbeing.
Once you have successfully booked on you will receive a link to the platform for this event.
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||16 September 2020||09:30 - 14:30||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|2||17 September 2020||09:30 - 15:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|3||18 September 2020||09:30 - 15:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|4||10 November 2020||09:30 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|5||11 November 2020||09:30 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
This course covers general sign posting for families key miles stones, enabling families to access online services and information digitally, delivered by the Family Information Service in Children's Services who established the Parent Information Contact (PIC) https://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/childrenandfamilies/familysupport/parent-information-contacts/ scheme in 2007.
Workshop for frontline staff in working with parents including;
Administration support staff, community support organisations, early help keyworkers, health visitors, library staff, nursery nurses, parent support advisors, school pastoral care workers, school teaching assistants and school reception staff social workers and volunteers.
Once you have successfully booked a place on this event, you will receive a separate calendar invite with a link to the Microsoft Teams meeting, which will be the platform for this event. Please note this invite will be sent close to the day/time of the event and guidance on accessing this will be given ahead of the training. You will need a laptop, smartphone or online device for this training.Essential Information
This course is open to any member of staff who has supervisory responsibility, or member of staff who is interested in developing their compassionate leadership skills.
Find out how you can adapt your leadership style to help those around you flourish during times of uncertainty. As some staff start to return to the office and others continue to work from home we are all going through another phase of adjustment. If you have supervisory responsibilities, or you work with staff across the organisation, you can support people’s wellbeing by developing your compassionate leadership skills.Essential Information
Full joining instructions, including links and guidance will be sent close to the course start date. Please ensure you read these prior to the course start date and keep them in a safe place.
This course will update the knowledge of the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL), including childminders, with the aim of renewing their DSL certificate (valid for 2 years). The course will facilitate achieving excellence in Child Protection and Safeguarding by giving tools to embed this into an organisation’s culture.
Please ensure you are familiar with the Continuum of Need and the Indicators, both attached for your information.
There is an expectation that as the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) you know the signs, indicators and pre-disposing risk factors of abuse. If you are unsure of these please ensure you access the online safeguarding children and young people course before you attend this training. You can access this training by clicking on the Elearning tab at the top of this page.Essential Information
A workshop that will enable delegates to positively support and manage staff who are experiencing mental ill health. The focus of the course will be on practical ways to manage and support positive mental wellbeing for all staff including employees who are experiencing stress and distressEssential Information
This Workshop will enable delegates to positively support and manage staff who are experiencing mental ill health. The focus of the course will be on practical ways to manage and support positive mental well-being for all staff including employees who are experiencing stress and distress.Essential Information
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|1||10 November 2020||09:30 - 12:30||East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House)||Map|
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an internationally recognised two day accredited training course which teaches people how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill health and provide help on a first aid basis. There are four sessions to this course, 2 on each of 2 days, and allowing ample time for coffee/comfort breaks.
MHFA training won’t teach you to be a therapist, but just like physical first aid, it will teach you to listen, reassure and respond, even in a crisis. The MHFA course is delivered by a quality assured Instructor accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health, who are trained to keep people safe and supported while they learn.
You’ll learn to recognise warning signs of mental ill health, and develop the skills and confidence to approach and support someone whilst keeping yourself safe.
What managers are agreeing to when approving their staff member’s attendance on this course:
What you are committing to:
Bookings only for secondary schools and post-16 settings
This is the second of two webinars to assist education staff in supporting the mental wellbeing and resilience of children and young people, teachers and parents and carers, in the aim of aiding mental health recovery in relation to COVID-19 and lockdown. The learning can be adapted and is transferable to all ages including staff and parents/carers. It is focussed on recovery and building new resilience and provides guidance on warning indicators for additional needs and support.Essential Information