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This live interactive virtual classroom is delivered through Microsoft 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 and links) or you may be turned away. You will also need to attend the full two days in order to get your certificate.
Important. Please see "Additional Information" via the Full details tab for joining instructions.Essential Information
IMPORTANT: THIS TRAINING IS PART OF THE COVID19 INTERIM TRAINING PROGRAMME AND IS SUITABLE FOR NEW AND EXISTNG STAFF.
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT NEW STAFF ATTEND FACE TO FACE TRAINING WHEN AVAILABLE.
You will be sent a link to a resource and also a workbook via email, so it’s vital that you give us your correct email address if it differs from the one on your East Sussex Learning Portal user account.
Workbooks are not to be shared between colleagues; each person who wishes to complete this training MUST book their own place on it. Workbooks returned to the trainer by delegates who have not booked a place will NOT be marked.
After completing the workbook please return it (via an email with answers typed or completed in PDF, saved and returned) for marking to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than the Friday after you receive the workbook.
Workbooks received after this time will not be marked and your training record will not be updated to show completion of this course.
Please don’t hesitate to email Ann with any questions about assisting the fallen person.
Ann will mark and return your workbook.
Your East Sussex Learning Portal user account will be updated to show completion of this training once your workbook has been marked.
Please look out for an email to complete session evaluation. We would appreciate your time in completing this so we can evaluate this temporary process. You will then be able to access your certificate online.
This is a remotely delivered course and delegates should therefore ignore any map or venue information.Essential Information
This is a blended learning approach and requires you to complete some pre-course work. A link to the online learning will be sent to you by the trainer nearer the time. The work must be completed in order to become a qualified and accredited Mental Health First Aider.
The guidance from MHFA England suggests the following pre course durations
Individual Learning Session 1 : 1 hr
Individual Learning Session 2 : 2 hr
Individual Learning Session 3 : 2 hr
Individual Learning Session 4 : 2 hr
This course is for ESCC employees to train as Mental Health First Aiders to support their colleagues in the workplace. Please ensure you read the attached ‘MHFA supporting guidance and commitments’ document and the information below carefully as this contains full information about the course and the MHFA scheme.
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:
In response to Covid 19 and the extra stress and strain this has put on services, we are offering 6 workshops specifically for NST staff. The workshops will explore the impact of the past 18 months and give you the opportunity for some space to think and reflect. You only need to attend ONE of these workshops.
We will explore how hard it is to remain positive during this prolonged period of uncertainty, and consider how neuroscience can help.
It will also be a time to share with colleagues and learn from each other about tips and tricks for sustaining your wellbeing.
Finally, there will be a chance to consider your own wellbeing and self care, and explore a range of resources available.Essential Information
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