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Core Training

This section offers a range of programmes which will meet the learning needs of both social care and qualified social work staff. The training is intended to support staff with developing the core skills and knowledge required to effectively fulfil their roles. Please read the flyers thoroughly to ensure the training provided is appropriate to your role. All applications must be approved by your Manager before submission.

Alcohol & Screening

Staff from both the local authority and independent sector who offer support to service users experiencing alcohol issues.

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Benefits Overview

Social workers in Children's Services.

 

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Brain Development and Substance Misuse

All staff who may come into contact with young people who use drugs and alcohol.

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Cannabis and Screening

Both local authority and independent sector staff whose roles involve supporting individuals who use cannabis.

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Catheter Care and Continence Promotion in Community Settings

All social care staff in residential, nursing and domiciliary care services.

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Communication and Record Keeping

All social care staff in residential, nursing and domiciliary care services.

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Infection Control

All social care staff working in any care setting including the independent sector.
Any staff assisting older people in their daily living in the community.

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End of Life Care

All social care staff working in residential and domiciliary care services who have or are supporting individuals and families with end of life care.

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Dignity in Care

All care staff and managers in social care services.

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Epilepsy Awareness

All social care staff in residential, nursing and domiciliary care services.

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Oral Health Training

All care staff and managers in care & respite homes, domiciliary & day services for adults.

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Person Centred Care

New and or experienced social care staff in residential, nursing and domiciliary care services that require an understanding of person centred working.

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Pressure Damage Recognition, Management and Prevention

All social care staff in residential, nursing and domiciliary care services.

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Substances 101

All staff in Children, Youth, Adult and Mental Health Services working with young people who are at risk of harm through substance misuse.

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