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Two new courses from WSCC for PVI Managers…

Two interesting new courses for people who manage others on this week’s Gateway Alert:

  • Coaching for Performance (PVI Managers Only)
  • Connect 5 - Ways to Work with Mental Wellbeing in Everyday Practice

Both are beneficial to the way we work with our teams...

Event Title: Coaching for Performance for PVI Managers Only
Subject Areas: Personal Development, Management
Target Audiences: PVI Sector - Adults
Venue: Chichester - County Hall
Start Date: 21/5/2018
Event Summary
This 2 day course is for those with management responsibilities within the private, voluntary and independent (PVI) care sector. The course seeks to introduces you to the 'coach approach' to management, a focused and practical way to grow and lead your people. It provides a framework of skills which can apply to informal conversations, formal development and appraisals/supervisions. It also helps build co-coaching relationships with peers that sustain beyond the length of the programme, helping create a sustainable culture of coaching.
http://www.westsussexcpd.co.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=16573

 

Event Title: Coaching for Performance for PVI Managers Only
Subject Areas: Personal Development, Management
Target Audiences: PVI Sector - Adults
Venue: Horsham - County Hall North/Parkside
Start Date: 1/10/2018
Event Summary
This 2 day course is for those with management responsibilities within the private, voluntary and independent (PVI) care sector. The course seeks to introduces you to the 'coach approach' to management, a focused and practical way to grow and lead your people. It provides a framework of skills which can apply to informal conversations, formal development and appraisals/supervisions. It also helps build co-coaching relationships with peers that sustain beyond the length of the programme, helping create a sustainable culture of coaching.
http://www.westsussexcpd.co.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=16672

 

Event Title: Connect 5 - Ways to Work with Mental Wellbeing in Everyday Practice - Session 1
Subject Areas: Wellbeing, Mental Health Care
Target Audiences: Voluntary Community Groups, Social Workers, PVI Sector - Adults, Health Care, Adult Services
Venue: Horsham - County Hall North/Parkside
Start Date: 4/10/2018
Event Summary
This half day course is for frontline staff working in adult care. It focusses on 'Brief Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice' and seeks to assist you in raising your awareness of the essential part they you can play in supporting mental health and wellbeing within your everyday practice. It is the first of three sessions that, as a learner, you can progress through; depending upon how much your role is involved with working with people experiencing poor mental wellbeing. Poor mental health and wellbeing can often be a barrier to people leading a full and healthy life impacting on a person's potential to feel good, live well, work well, develop healthy relationships and enjoy life. Connect 5 is a national mental health promotion training programme developed through Health Education England, Public Health England and the Royal Society for Public Health that is designed to increase the confidence and skills of frontline staff so that they can be more effective in having conversations with the people they work with about mental health and wellbeing, help people manage mental health problems and increase their resilience and mental well-being through positive change. It promotes a self-help philosophy of helping people to better understand, manage and improve their mental health through a bio-psychosocial understanding of mental health and wellbeing. The sessions are interactive and practical, drawing on the latest evidence about improving mental health and wellbeing and supporting people whether or not they have a diagnosed mental health problem.
http://www.westsussexcpd.co.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=16638

 

Event Title: Connect 5 - Ways to Work with Mental Wellbeing in Everyday Practice - Session 1
Subject Areas: Wellbeing, Mental Health Care
Target Audiences: Voluntary Community Groups, Social Workers, PVI Sector - Adults, Health Care, Adult Services
Venue: Chichester - County Hall
Start Date: 14/11/2018
Event Summary
This half day course is for frontline staff working in adult care. It focusses on 'Brief Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice' and seeks to assist you in raising your awareness of the essential part they you can play in supporting mental health and wellbeing within your everyday practice. It is the first of three sessions that, as a learner, you can progress through; depending upon how much your role is involved with working with people experiencing poor mental wellbeing. Poor mental health and wellbeing can often be a barrier to people leading a full and healthy life impacting on a person's potential to feel good, live well, work well, develop healthy relationships and enjoy life. Connect 5 is a national mental health promotion training programme developed through Health Education England, Public Health England and the Royal Society for Public Health that is designed to increase the confidence and skills of frontline staff so that they can be more effective in having conversations with the people they work with about mental health and wellbeing, help people manage mental health problems and increase their resilience and mental well-being through positive change. It promotes a self-help philosophy of helping people to better understand, manage and improve their mental health through a bio-psychosocial understanding of mental health and wellbeing. The sessions are interactive and practical, drawing on the latest evidence about improving mental health and wellbeing and supporting people whether or not they have a diagnosed mental health problem.
http://www.westsussexcpd.co.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=16639

 

Event Title: Connect 5 - Ways to Work with Mental Wellbeing in Everyday Practice - Session 1
Subject Areas: Wellbeing, Mental Health Care
Target Audiences: Voluntary Community Groups, Social Workers, PVI Sector - Adults, Health Care, Adult Services
Venue: Worthing - Centenary House
Start Date: 21/1/2019
Event Summary
This half day course is for frontline staff working in adult care. It focusses on 'Brief Mental Health and Wellbeing Advice' and seeks to assist you in raising your awareness of the essential part they you can play in supporting mental health and wellbeing within your everyday practice. It is the first of three sessions that, as a learner, you can progress through; depending upon how much your role is involved with working with people experiencing poor mental wellbeing. Poor mental health and wellbeing can often be a barrier to people leading a full and healthy life impacting on a person's potential to feel good, live well, work well, develop healthy relationships and enjoy life. Connect 5 is a national mental health promotion training programme developed through Health Education England, Public Health England and the Royal Society for Public Health that is designed to increase the confidence and skills of frontline staff so that they can be more effective in having conversations with the people they work with about mental health and wellbeing, help people manage mental health problems and increase their resilience and mental well-being through positive change. It promotes a self-help philosophy of helping people to better understand, manage and improve their mental health through a bio-psychosocial understanding of mental health and wellbeing. The sessions are interactive and practical, drawing on the latest evidence about improving mental health and wellbeing and supporting people whether or not they have a diagnosed mental health problem.
http://www.westsussexcpd.co.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=16640

 

Event Title: Connect 5 - Ways to Work with Mental Wellbeing in Everyday Practice - Session 2
Subject Areas: Wellbeing, Mental Health Care
Target Audiences: Voluntary Community Groups, Social Workers, PVI Sector - Adults, Health Care, Adult Services
Venue: Horsham - County Hall North/Parkside
Start Date: 10/10/2018
Event Summary
This one day course is for non-specialist frontline staff working in Adult care who have completed the Connect 5 Session 1 (1/2) day course within the last 6 months. It focusses on 'Brief Mental Health and Wellbeing Interventions' and seeks to assist you to develop the skills and confidence to recognise mental health and wellbeing needs and to make effective interventions to improve mental health and wellbeing It is the second of three sessions that, as a learner, you can progress through; depending upon how much your role is involved with working with people experiencing poor mental wellbeing. Poor mental health and wellbeing can often be a barrier to people leading a full and healthy life impacting on a person's potential to feel good, live well, work well, develop healthy relationships and enjoy life. Connect 5 is a national mental health promotion training programme developed through Health Education England, Public Health England and the Royal Society for Public Health that is designed to increase the confidence and skills of frontline staff so that they can be more effective in having conversations with the people they work with about mental health and wellbeing, help people manage mental health problems and increase their resilience and mental well-being through positive change. It promotes a self-help philosophy of helping people to better understand, manage and improve their mental health through a bio-psychosocial understanding of mental health and wellbeing. The sessions are interactive and practical, drawing on the latest evidence about improving mental health and wellbeing and supporting people whether or not they have a diagnosed mental health problem.
http://www.westsussexcpd.co.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=16641

 

Event Title: Connect 5 - Ways to Work with Mental Wellbeing in Everyday Practice - Session 2
Subject Areas: Wellbeing, Mental Health Care
Target Audiences: Voluntary Community Groups, Social Workers, PVI Sector - Adults, Health Care, Adult Services
Venue: Chichester - County Hall
Start Date: 20/11/2018
Event Summary
This one day course is for non-specialist frontline staff working in Adult care who have completed the Connect 5 Session 1 (1/2) day course within the last 6 months. It focusses on 'Brief Mental Health and Wellbeing Interventions' and seeks to assist you to develop the skills and confidence to recognise mental health and wellbeing needs and to make effective interventions to improve mental health and wellbeing It is the second of three sessions that, as a learner, you can progress through; depending upon how much your role is involved with working with people experiencing poor mental wellbeing. Poor mental health and wellbeing can often be a barrier to people leading a full and healthy life impacting on a person's potential to feel good, live well, work well, develop healthy relationships and enjoy life. Connect 5 is a national mental health promotion training programme developed through Health Education England, Public Health England and the Royal Society for Public Health that is designed to increase the confidence and skills of frontline staff so that they can be more effective in having conversations with the people they work with about mental health and wellbeing, help people manage mental health problems and increase their resilience and mental well-being through positive change. It promotes a self-help philosophy of helping people to better understand, manage and improve their mental health through a bio-psychosocial understanding of mental health and wellbeing. The sessions are interactive and practical, drawing on the latest evidence about improving mental health and wellbeing and supporting people whether or not they have a diagnosed mental health problem.
http://www.westsussexcpd.co.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=16642

 

Event Title: Connect 5 - Ways to Work with Mental Wellbeing in Everyday Practice - Session 2
Subject Areas: Wellbeing, Mental Health Care
Target Audiences: Voluntary Community Groups, Social Workers, PVI Sector - Adults, Health Care, Adult Services
Venue: Worthing - Centenary House
Start Date: 28/1/2019
Event Summary
This one day course is for non-specialist frontline staff working in Adult care who have completed the Connect 5 Session 1 (1/2) day course within the last 6 months. It focusses on 'Brief Mental Health and Wellbeing Interventions' and seeks to assist you to develop the skills and confidence to recognise mental health and wellbeing needs and to make effective interventions to improve mental health and wellbeing It is the second of three sessions that, as a learner, you can progress through; depending upon how much your role is involved with working with people experiencing poor mental wellbeing. Poor mental health and wellbeing can often be a barrier to people leading a full and healthy life impacting on a person's potential to feel good, live well, work well, develop healthy relationships and enjoy life. Connect 5 is a national mental health promotion training programme developed through Health Education England, Public Health England and the Royal Society for Public Health that is designed to increase the confidence and skills of frontline staff so that they can be more effective in having conversations with the people they work with about mental health and wellbeing, help people manage mental health problems and increase their resilience and mental well-being through positive change. It promotes a self-help philosophy of helping people to better understand, manage and improve their mental health through a bio-psychosocial understanding of mental health and wellbeing. The sessions are interactive and practical, drawing on the latest evidence about improving mental health and wellbeing and supporting people whether or not they have a diagnosed mental health problem.
http://www.westsussexcpd.co.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=16643

 

Event Title: Connect 5 - Ways to Work with Mental Wellbeing in Everyday Practice - Session 3
Subject Areas: Wellbeing, Mental Health Care
Target Audiences: Voluntary Community Groups, Social Workers, PVI Sector - Adults, Health Care, Adult Services
Venue: Horsham - County Hall North/Parkside
Start Date: 11/10/2018
Event Summary
This one day course is for non-specialist frontline staff working in Adult care who have completed the Connect 5 Session 1 and Session 2 courses within the last 6 months. It focusses on 'Extended Mental Health and Wellbeing Interventions' and seeks to assist you to learn different ways to motivate and support people to make lasting changes to their mental health and well-being. It is the third of three sessions that, as a learner, you can progress through; depending upon how much your role is involved with working with people experiencing poor mental wellbeing. Poor mental health and wellbeing can often be a barrier to people leading a full and healthy life impacting on a person's potential to feel good, live well, work well, develop healthy relationships and enjoy life. Connect 5 is a national mental health promotion training programme developed through Health Education England, Public Health England and the Royal Society for Public Health that is designed to increase the confidence and skills of frontline staff so that they can be more effective in having conversations with the people they work with about mental health and wellbeing, help people manage mental health problems and increase their resilience and mental well-being through positive change. It promotes a self-help philosophy of helping people to better understand, manage and improve their mental health through a bio-psychosocial understanding of mental health and wellbeing. The sessions are interactive and practical, drawing on the latest evidence about improving mental health and wellbeing and supporting people whether or not they have a diagnosed mental health problem.
http://www.westsussexcpd.co.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=16644

 

Event Title: Connect 5 - Ways to Work with Mental Wellbeing in Everyday Practice - Session 3
Subject Areas: Wellbeing, Mental Health Care
Target Audiences: Voluntary Community Groups, Social Workers, PVI Sector - Adults, Health Care, Adult Services
Venue: Chichester - County Hall
Start Date: 27/11/2018
Event Summary
This one day course is for non-specialist frontline staff working in Adult care who have completed the Connect 5 Session 1 and Session 2 courses within the last 6 months. It focusses on 'Extended Mental Health and Wellbeing Interventions' and seeks to assist you to learn different ways to motivate and support people to make lasting changes to their mental health and well-being. It is the third of three sessions that, as a learner, you can progress through; depending upon how much your role is involved with working with people experiencing poor mental wellbeing. Poor mental health and wellbeing can often be a barrier to people leading a full and healthy life impacting on a person's potential to feel good, live well, work well, develop healthy relationships and enjoy life. Connect 5 is a national mental health promotion training programme developed through Health Education England, Public Health England and the Royal Society for Public Health that is designed to increase the confidence and skills of frontline staff so that they can be more effective in having conversations with the people they work with about mental health and wellbeing, help people manage mental health problems and increase their resilience and mental well-being through positive change. It promotes a self-help philosophy of helping people to better understand, manage and improve their mental health through a bio-psychosocial understanding of mental health and wellbeing. The sessions are interactive and practical, drawing on the latest evidence about improving mental health and wellbeing and supporting people whether or not they have a diagnosed mental health problem.
http://www.westsussexcpd.co.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=16645

 

Event Title: Connect 5 - Ways to Work with Mental Wellbeing in Everyday Practice - Session 3
Subject Areas: Wellbeing, Mental Health Care
Target Audiences: Voluntary Community Groups, Social Workers, PVI Sector - Adults, Health Care, Adult Services
Venue: Worthing - Centenary House
Start Date: 11/2/2019
Event Summary
This one day course is for non-specialist frontline staff working in Adult care who have completed the Connect 5 Session 1 and Session 2 courses within the last 6 months. It focusses on 'Extended Mental Health and Wellbeing Interventions' and seeks to assist you to learn different ways to motivate and support people to make lasting changes to their mental health and well-being. It is the third of three sessions that, as a learner, you can progress through; depending upon how much your role is involved with working with people experiencing poor mental wellbeing. Poor mental health and wellbeing can often be a barrier to people leading a full and healthy life impacting on a person's potential to feel good, live well, work well, develop healthy relationships and enjoy life. Connect 5 is a national mental health promotion training programme developed through Health Education England, Public Health England and the Royal Society for Public Health that is designed to increase the confidence and skills of frontline staff so that they can be more effective in having conversations with the people they work with about mental health and wellbeing, help people manage mental health problems and increase their resilience and mental well-being through positive change. It promotes a self-help philosophy of helping people to better understand, manage and improve their mental health through a bio-psychosocial understanding of mental health and wellbeing. The sessions are interactive and practical, drawing on the latest evidence about improving mental health and wellbeing and supporting people whether or not they have a diagnosed mental health problem.
http://www.westsussexcpd.co.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=16646