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foundation Trauma - Children's Care - Foundation Level
Trauma - Children's Care - Foundation Level

Course Overview This course explains what trauma is and why and how it occurs, provides examples of traumatic experiences, explains Children and Young People’s behaviour in reaction to trauma and how staff should approach care when looking after a traumatised Child or Young Person. The programme benefits from narrative scenarios and activities with ongoing assessment making it engaging and interactive. This course can be completed via the website, on PC, laptop etc. For mobile phones it is recommended to use the app for IOS or Android devices. Aims & Objectives Discuss the definition and prevalence of trauma Give examples of traumatic experiences and common reactions Discuss the long-term impact that can occur Give ideas on trauma triggers and responses Give an overview of trauma informed care Discuss that challenges you may face Course Audience Health Care Workers, Social Care Workers, Nursing staff, Day Care/Centre workers, Home Care Staff, Agency staff.

foundation Self-Harm Awareness - Children's Care - Foundation Level
Self-Harm Awareness - Children's Care - Foundation Level

Course Overview This course raises awareness about self-harm in children’s care sector; why young people self-harm, the different types of self-harm, who is vulnerable to it and how to help young people recover. The programme benefits from an animated scenes and activities with ongoing assessment making it engaging and interactive. This course can be completed via the website, on PC, laptop etc. For mobile phones it is recommended to use the app for IOS or Android devices. Aims & Objectives Explain what self-harm is Why children might resort to self harming and the problems associated with it Identify some of the signs that could indicate a child is self-harming Identify different forms of self-harm Identify groups that are vulnerable to self-harm Describe/demonstrate how to talk to a child who is self-harming using a sensitive and understanding approach Identify appropriate support to a child who is self-harming List possible substitutions and recovery strategies that child can try Advise how you can raise the issue with a child you suspect is self-harming Emphasise the need to follow the children’s home Self-harm Policy regarding reporting and recording Course Audience This course is aimed at residential care staff, specialist health and education staff working with children, youth leaders and practitioners.

foundation Safer Caring - Children's Care - Foundation Level
Safer Caring - Children's Care - Foundation Level

Course Overview This course provides knowledge on how safer caring practices apply to a carers role and helps to improve the quality of care in childcare. The programme benefits from narrative scenarios and activities with ongoing assessment making it engaging and interactive. This course can be completed via the website, on PC, laptop etc. For mobile phones it is recommended to use the app for IOS or Android devices. Aims & Objectives Give you an understanding of what Safer Caring means Show you why its relevant to you and how to apply it in your role Help you to recognise how to be risk sensible Discuss professional boundaries and the importance of consistency Enable you to recognise the difference between a complaint, allegation and serious concern Help you to minimise the risk of complaints, allegations and serious concerns being made against you Course Audience Health Care Workers, Social Care Workers, Nursing staff, Day Care/Centre workers, Home Care Staff, Agency staff.

foundation Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults - Adult Care - Foundation Level
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults - Adult Care - Foundation Level

Course Overview Our Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults course is written for people who work in the adult care industry for them to gain an understanding of the requirements of Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults legislation such as the Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Groups Act 2006 and how to implement this into the workplace. Learners are made aware of signs and indicators as well as the types of abuse that are different to Safeguarding children such as Financial Abuse and Institutional Abuse. Also included is advice and guidance on how to avoid unsafe practices, reduce the likelihood, respond appropriately when abuse is likely to occur and the importance of recording and reporting any concerns or disclosures of abuse in the correct way. The course offers a wide range of group work, discussions and activities to engage the learner and incorporate different learning styles. This course can be completed via the website, on PC, laptop etc. For mobile phones it is recommended to use the app for IOS or Android devices. Aims & Objectives Explain what safeguarding is State the principles of safeguarding in settings accessed by vulnerable adults Describe safeguarding legislation Identify types of abuse and their possible indicators Identify risk factors Outline your safeguarding responsibilities Emphasise the importance of whistleblowing Discuss disclosure and barriers to disclosure Explain how to respond to disclosure and record and report a disclosure /concern Course Audience Health Care Workers, Social Care Workers, Centre Practitioners, Adult Education Workers

foundation Safeguarding Children - Children's Care - Foundation Level
Safeguarding Children - Children's Care - Foundation Level

Course Overview This course will define what safeguarding is and its principles, help you to recognise situations where children may be at risk of harm, identify signs of abuse and cover procedure to follow. The programme benefits from narrative scenarios and activities with ongoing assessment making it engaging and interactive. This course can be completed via the website, on PC, laptop etc. For mobile phones it is recommended to use the app for IOS or Android devices. Aims & Objectives Explain what safeguarding is State the principles of safeguarding for childcare settings Describe safeguarding legislation Identify types of abuse and their possible indicators Identify risk factors Outline your safeguarding responsibilities Emphasise the importance of whistleblowing Discuss disclosure and barriers to disclosure Explain how to respond to disclosure and record and report a disclosure/concern Course Audience Health Care Workers, Social Care Workers, Nursing staff, Day Care/Centre workers, Home Care Staff, Agency staff.

foundation Recording and Reporting - Children's Care - Foundation Level
Recording and Reporting - Children's Care - Foundation Level

Course Overview This course raises awareness of the practitioner's duty of care to keep daily records, what makes a good report, GDPR and policies and procedures. The programme benefits from narrative scenarios and activities with ongoing assessment making it engaging and interactive. This course can be completed via the website, on PC, laptop etc. For mobile phones it is recommended to use the app for IOS or Android devices. Aims & Objectives Explain why reports must be written Demonstrate the importance of ethical writing Identify what to include in reports Help you recognise the difference between fact, opinion, and judgement Course Audience Health Care Workers, Social Care Workers, Nursing staff, Day Care/Centre workers, Home Care Staff, Agency staff.

foundation Radicalisation - Children's Care - Foundation Level
Radicalisation - Children's Care - Foundation Level

Course Overview This course will help learners to understand radicalisation, extremism and terrorism. To understand the government’s strategy to help stop terrorism, identify when a