This is a 2 hour facilitated session on Microsoft Teams, open to any member of staff.
The facilitator will send you the event link shortly before the session.
Work can be rich with opportunity. Through work we can learn and grow, develop and contribute, build our careers, earn our living and provide for our family. It can also be challenging, demanding and exhausting; never more so than in having to adapt recently to the profound changes brought about by Covid-19.
Everyone has to cope with the stresses and strains of work and everyday life, you will have developed coping mechanisms that help you deal with familiar adverse situations and many unfamiliar ones. Some of your coping mechanisms however, aren't so effective and can sometimes make situations worse. What separates those who can hold their own and keep going in times of adversity is a cluster of habits that centre on resilience. This workshop will explore what resilience is and the habits that strengthen your resilience enabling you to:
• Deal with pressure and handle stress
• Maintain your motivation and engagement
• Develop and sustain self-esteem
• Bounce back from set-backs and disappointments
• Transform your work life
This course requires delegates to be enrolled on the ECDL programme before booking on this course and charges may apply. Please email ECDL@Portsmouthcc.gov.uk for more information.
ECDL Extra is a recognised qualification at Level 2 and is deemed to be equivalent with GCSE grades A* to C.
ECDL Extra builds on the users basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and improves their understanding of Word, Excel and PowerPoint
This 5day course is based on the inter-professional curriculum framework for Back Care Advisers giving the opportunity for the delegate to reach the standards of a Key Worker (manual handling)/ Lead Trainer as recommended by National Back Exchange.
Who should attend?
Please note to be a lead trainer relevant professional qualifications and at least 5 years working in a healthcare, educational or social care setting are required. Staff without this can still attend the course but will work under the supervision of the lead trainer.
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|1||21 July 2021||09:30 - 16:30||Paulsgrove Housing Office (Discovery Training Room)||Map|
|2||22 July 2021||09:30 - 16:30||Paulsgrove Housing Office (Discovery Training Room)||Map|
|3||28 July 2021||09:30 - 16:30||Paulsgrove Housing Office (Discovery Training Room)||Map|
|4||29 July 2021||09:30 - 16:30||Paulsgrove Housing Office (Discovery Training Room)||Map|
|5||11 August 2021||09:30 - 16:30||Paulsgrove Housing Office (Discovery Training Room)||Map|
Making Every Contact Count Healthy Conversation Skills
Making Every Contact Counts - Healthy Conversation Skills (MECC HCS) is an approach that uses the millions of day-to-day interactions that organisations and individuals have with people to support them in making positive changes to their health and wellbeing, by using open discovery questions and active listening skills. MECC HCS is about enhancing the conversations we are already having with individuals. It's not about adding to already busy workloads.
The course is divided into two ½ day sessions set a week apart alongside four
e- learning modules to be completed before session two. Both sessions and elearning must be completed to gain the accredited Royal Society for Public Health certificate.
As we progress through and out of the current pandemic, the majority of our teams are expected to be operating a hybrid model of working with some staff located in the office, either part or full-time, and some staff working from home. This model of team leadership is entirely novel to the vast majority of our managers and some of the challenges it will bring cannot be entirely known or understood at this point.
This one-hour facilitated virtual event for PCC, GBC and NHS / CCG managers is part of a learning package intended to support managers in effectively leading a hybrid team. The other part of the package is going to be a module on the intranet where managers can access self-help learning materials and tools.
The seminar will be conversational rather than a one-way content dump, so please come to the session with a question for the facilitators, or share what you have learnt and other effective practices you've implemented since March 2020.
This seminar will also be help L&D in identifying the support needs and concerns of our managers so that we can provide a more bespoke offering later. So please give this some thought before attending.
This is a 3hr workshop giving opportunity for staff to practice the following techniques to get a person off the floor:
• independently with verbal prompting
• with a raising aid (Mangar Elk)
• with a passive hoist
It is aimed at Local Back Care Links to enable them to observe and competency staff practice.
It is also aimed at staff who are struggling to practise safeley and require more in depth trainingEssential Information
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|1||12 August 2021||09:30 - 12:30||Paulsgrove Housing Office (Discovery Training Room)||Map|
Smoking - We spend the evening tailoring our conversations around helping someone make changes to their lifestyle with expert advice on hand from specialist practitioners – limited places, NHS protectedEssential Information
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There seems to be a misconception around 'helping people' and a tendency to move towards specific training that is overly complicated, sometimes daunting and often ends up sitting on the 'shelf' - The Healthy Conversation Skills training aims to de-mystify the art of 'giving help' and build confidence in everyone.
This 3 hour, fully interactive virtual training is designed to encourage and support the philosophy behind Making Every Contact Count (MECC) with added peer support, networking opportunities and a desire to implement what they learn in their daily lives
We all have a shared responsibility to be healthy in the conversations we have with our residents/customers and each other. We need to invest time in the development of our skills now while there is a collective consideration of health and inequality made so evident in the current pandemic.
If people are empowered to be proactive and opportunistic in their approach to helping others with more complex issues like mental health and sexual health: they will need to be confident in having a basic conversation; using reflection, open discovery questions and a person centred, asset based approach.Essential Information
This course will provide a practical overview of the Child and Family Assessment, Plan and Review process
This session will be held online using Microsoft Teams - a link to the online meeting will be attached to the booking confirmation email.