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This one day course is aimed at key individuals within organisations that complete individual Moving and Handling risk assessments and plans for adult patients or carers. The course aims to further develop their role as Manual Handling Risk Assessors and ensure that risk assessments completed are balanced, person centred, fit for purpose, optimise clients' abilities, and demonstrate clear reasoning of the risks that have been identified and how and why decisions have been reached to reduce them.
The course does not cover generic moving and handling risk assessments of objects
Staff should not have attended the ESCC 4 day Moving and handling train the trainer, as this course covers Moving and Handling Risk Assessment.
There will be some case scenarios to work through.
This session will be remotely delivered via MS Teams. Please check the joining instructions under Additional Information.
Time pressures impact our work and personal lives as we aim to achieve higher levels of performance with less resource (time) to achieve it. The ability to manage time is an essential skill for effective people. Time management is not about cramming more work into your day, it is about doing better work, with less stress and knowing you have achieved what you set out to do. We will address how to manage your time when working from time.Essential Information
The PBS modular training is open to professionals, families and carers who support adults with learning disabilities who also have challenging needs.
PBS Sussex is a training model designed to equip direct carers with the knowledge and skills to provide a comprehensive response to challenging behaviour presented by people with intellectual disabilities. The model taught is Positive Behaviour Support (PBS).
Essentially, PBS is the application of behavioural analysis, guided by the values and principles of inclusion, within the context of Person Centred Planning. In keeping with the PBS model, the training is presented in modules with an emphasis on understanding the behaviour in useful ways, creating supportive environments and teaching new skills, a strong emphasis on intervening early in a crisis situation in order to diffuse and only using physical intervention as a last resort.
· Is values led
· Is based on an understanding of why, when and how behaviours happen
· Focuses on altering triggers for behaviour
· Uses skill teaching as a central intervention
· Uses changes in quality of life as both an intervention and outcome measure
· Has a long term focus
· Has a multi-component focus
· Reduces or eliminates the use of punishment approaches
· Includes both proactive strategies for changing behaviour and reactive strategies for managing behaviour when it occurs.
Note: You will be advised no less than 2 weeks prior to the course date for Day 1 of this training if you have been confirmed a place. If you have not heard by this time, please contact us so that we can look into this for you.
This course is designed to give Adult Social Care staff an overview of the key duties of the Care Act and an understanding of how this is applied in East Sussex.
The course is suitable for: Contact and Assessment Teams; Occupational Therapy Teams; Neighbourhood Support Teams; Mental Health and Learning Disability Teams; Transition Teams, Hospital Teams, Sensory Teams, Reviewing teams, Health and Social Care Connect (HSCC), Occupational Therapy Teams (OT), Neighbourhood Support Teams (NST), Crisis Response Nurses (CR Nurses).
Once your place on this event has been confirmed, you will receive a separate email with a link to the Microsoft Teams meeting. Please note this email will be sent from the East Sussex Learning Portal. please make sure you check your Spam/Junk folders for this email.
The link to join the training will be sent one week before the day of the event.
Please read the attached document "Attending Online Training" before joining the course.
This is a remotely delivered course and delegates should therefore ignore any map or venue information.
This is a three-session course. You will be expected to complete worksheets.
You must attend all three dates to complete the course unless a special request is sent to the trainer.
This course is open to anyone interested in the role of the Personal Assistant (PA) or who is considering becoming a PA in health and social care, and will be delivered via Microsoft Teams.
It is required training for anyone joining the Support with Confidence accreditation scheme as a Personal Assistant.
The course will introduce:
You will be sent a workbook to complete after attending this training.
This workbook will need to be returned to Renee.Jasper-Griffiths@eastsussex.gov.uk for assessment prior to receiving a certificate of completion. Please complete and return your workbook within 7 days.
Important: This training is part of the COVID19 interim training programme and is suitable for new and existing PAs.
It is recommended that PAs attend face to face training when available.
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