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This three day 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.
This is the first of three linked sessions. Delegates who book onto all three sessions will qualify for a discount of £5 off per session.
This practical session will support early years practitioners to develop their skills in recording the learning they see and support as they interact with children.Essential Information
The Annual First Aid at Work Refresher is covered over 3 hours and is designed to update and refresh the knowledge and skills of anyone with the First Aid at Work or the Emergency First Aid at Work qualification. First Aid Refresher training is strongly recommended by the HSE and First Aid Awards and is ideally completed one year and then two years after qualification (ie two Annual First Aid Refreshers should be completed during the three years of qualification).
Please bring your First Aid at Work certificate with you on the day
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||15 January 2019||09:30 - 12:30||East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House)||Map|
This course aims to provide new Finance Assistants, Bursars and Business Managers an understanding of FMS and how to apply this to daily procedures, i.e. purchase orders, processing deliveries, recording and paying invoices with BACs or cheques, etc. We recommend that new Bursars and Business Managers attend both day 1 and day 2.
This course will provide information on the health and safety responsibilities for the safe management of buildings and enable delegates to implement suitable and sufficient management systems for the control of contractors, asbestos, and legionella.Essential Information
LCS Search and View is a half day of training for East Sussex County Council users to familiarise themselves with the Children’s Liquid Logic platform. This course is designed to show you how to navigate Liquid Logic, find clients and view case data and includes viewing scanned images held within ECaseFile.
This course is for anyone joining an ESCC team that uses LCS or EHM whether to view client data or input data into the system.
As a new staff member your manager must request that a Liquid Logic account is created for you before attending this course. When the account is created you will receive an e-mail invitation to book onto this course. Existing users are welcome to book if they wish to refresh their skills.
You must complete this training in order to be able to access the LIVE system. The trainer will activate your account on attendance.Essential Information
We will reference the government's Green Paper on developing a whole school approach to mental health and emotional wellbeing (MHEW) in schools. The workshop will include suggestions on best practice and useful resources.Essential Information
This conference aims to share best practice in relation to safeguarding provision in schools. A range of speakers and workshops will showcase approaches to improving provision in schools and responding to local and national priorities such as managing children’s harmful sexual behaviour, responding to domestic violence and abuse, dealing with challenging parents, and supporting children with mental health issues.
Please note : Registration and refreshments are at 08:30; the Conference will start at 09:00 this year.
This advanced workshop is for Social Workers and those staff who are working with families assessed at level 3 and 4 on the Continuum of Need, where parental personality disorder is a major factor.
The workshop will introduce participants to the concept of “personality disorder” and how difficulties with personality functioning might affect people who are parents. The focus will be on the most common personality difficulties relating to emotional instability, antisocial behaviours and interpersonal problems. It will also consider how children of parents with personality difficulties might be affected and what can be done to help.
It will be interactive and include case discussions and opportunities to think about your own practice and experiences, as well as some theoretical perspectives, primarily drawing upon attachment theories, schema models and mentalization approaches.
This is a one day externally delivered course to support practitioners to undertake high quality child centred assessments that are informed by evidence and focused on achieving best outcomes for children. Delegates are also expected to attend an in-house half day follow up workshop on 27 February 2019, with the Principal Social Worker, Nicola McGeown, to explore how they have applied the learning in practice. Delegates should book a place on this session via the Learning Portal, (course reference CWB216).Essential Information