• Care Sector LoCASE Grants

  • Free Sepsis Awareness training event in October

  • Care Certificate Seminar - Helping you assess with confidence 2nd July 2018

  • Skills for Care - Southend Registered Managers Network Meeting

  • Training and Development for the Adult Social Care Sector

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Care Sector LoCASE Grants
07 Aug
Low Carbon Across the South East (LoCASE) is an EU funded project set up to help businesses tackle and adapt to climate change. LoCASE aims to reduce costs by cutting emissions and to promote the opportunities of the low carbon market. To help achieve this goal, grants of up to £20,000 are available to small and medium businesses in the South East. Please see flyer attached for information and contact details
Free Sepsis Awareness training event in October
30 Jul
Dear Colleagues, Please see attached an advertisement for a free sepsis awareness event in Southend, promoted by our colleagues at NHS Castle Point & Rochford CCG All booking details are within the attachment
Care Certificate Seminar - Helping you assess with confidence 2nd July 2018
27 Jun
Dear Colleagues, If you have responsibility for assessing the Care Certificate, but not sure how you can do this effectively, then this seminar is for you. It is designed to answer all the questions you may have about assessment, providing you with all the confidence and skills you need. We know that time away from the workplace is precious so we are packing lots of information, guidance and activities into this practical half day seminar; as well as knowledge and tools that you can take back to your workplace and start using straightaway. The assessment of the Care Certificate should be a rigorous process and as an assessor of it you should be confident that what the learner has done is enough to meet the Care Certificate standards. This seminar will arm you with the tools you need to do this.now live on the website and ready for delegates to book on to. The links are below in case you need them. Home page; https://events.skillsforcare.org.uk/skillsforcare/399/home Direct booking link; https://events.skillsforcare.org.uk/skillsforcare/399/register If you need any further information please do not hesitate to contact: CarolineTheodorou Locality Manager - (Eastern) Skills for Care M: 07442508024 Caroline.Theodorou@skillsforcare.org.uk
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03 Jun
Parkinson's Disease Awareness
This course has been developed to give staff an insight into working with Service Users who are affected by Parkinson’s disease. For staff to work positively and constructively with people with Parkinson’s, it is essential they have a good understanding of the condition and the effects it has on the lives of the people affected by it. The knowledge gained throughout the course will benefit all Health and Social Care workers who may be responsible for the care and support of an individual with Parkinson’s Disease. This course is delivered using a range of methods and resources including: Case studies, group discussions, small group activities and DVD clips. This course has been developed and mapped to: NICE Guidelines: Parkinson’s Disease: Diagnosis and Management And the following QCF unit: Contribute to the Support of Individuals with Multiple Conditions and/or Disabilities
10 Jun
Training and Information Delivery Skills
Within the course learners will have the opportunity to refresh current skills and develop new skills which will support their confidence when delivering to either small or large groups. Course content will include: • Training, facilitation and providing information • Facilitating learning and development to meet the needs of groups • Identifying learning styles and how this may affect the learning environment • Managing risks and safeguarding individuals • Overcoming barriers to learning • Dealing with questions and common fears • Adapting delivery based on feedback • Action plan for future delivery
11 Jun
Personal Safety for those who Manage Lone Workers
This training has been designed to support Managers using key messages from the Suzy Lamplugh Trust to: • refresh knowledge around lone working and your responsibilities • discuss what works well and where there are gaps • understand future training for staff who lone work • identify future actions and support for lone workers