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This two-day face-to-face course from LGSS is aimed at Frontline Managers who work in Cambridgeshire-based social care settings. It covers the knowledge and skills needed to ensure the safe management and administration of medication and to undertake a medication competency assessment.

Delegates would wish to:

•             Be able to use the Cambridgeshire Health and Social Care Organisations Medication Policy, to underpin all assistance with medication

•             Be able to identify the different LEVELS of SUPPORT with medication, as described in the Medication Policy

•             Be able to assess medication risks using the Medication Risk Assessment Protocol

•             Be able to use the Medication Administration Record in practice

•             Be able to identify the responsibilities of the line manager and the care worker, related to the safe administration of medication

•             Be able to use an effective method of assessment for medication administration competency using the Medication Competency Framework

•             Be able to name who to contact in cases where the practical administration of medication is not adequate

This course is only open to Employees from Cambridgeshire County Council’s Adult Support Services & employees from the social care Private, Voluntary & Independent sector in Cambridgeshire.

Fully funded for: Cambridgeshire County Council Adult Social Care staff.

A charge of £110 per person applies to: Private, Voluntary and Independent Organisations.

 

A cancellation fee may be applied to all delegates

 

Medication Administration for Managers Face to Face (Classroom)

This one day face-to-face course from LGSS is suitable for Cambridgeshire-based social care Support Workers who will be administering medication in domiciliary care settings, day services, supported living services and extra-sheltered services based in Cambridgeshire.

Delegates would wish to:

•          Understand their responsibility to follow the Care Plan and ensure they are trained and competent to do the task

•          Understand the medication policy, the risk assessment and ‘The six rights’

•          Understand the appropriate storage of medicines including storage requirements,temperatures and the process of checking medicines in/out of the home

•          Understand how to safely administer medicines including recording using a MAR Chart.

•          Understand the importance of hygiene, when to wear gloves and a safe no touch technique

•          Understand what to do if a mistake is made

•          Understand different forms, uses and routes for medication administration

•          Understand the safe disposal of medication including record keeping

This course is only open to Employees from Cambridgeshire County Council’s Adult Support Services & employees from the social care Private, Voluntary & Independent sector in Cambridgeshire.

Fully funded for: Cambridgeshire County Council Adult Social Care staff.

A charge of £55 per person applies to: Private, Voluntary and Independent Organisations.

A cancellation fee may be applied to all delegates

Medication Administration for Residential Workers Face to Face (Classroom)

This one day face-to-face course from LGSS is suitable for Cambridgeshire-based social care Support Workers who will be administering medication in domiciliary care settings, day services, supported living services and extra-sheltered services based in Cambridgeshire.

Delegates would wish to:

•          Understand where their responsibilities lie from start and finish i.e. to follow the Care Plan and ensure they are training and competent

•          Understand the medication policy including the levels of medication support

•          Understand all relevant documentation related to safe administration of medicines

•          Understand what to do if they make a mistake, can they take a verbal instruction, when, how and from whom

•          Understand the importance of hygiene, when to wear gloves and a safe no-touch technique

•          Understand accurate administration, recording and record keeping

•          Understand different forms, uses and routes of medication administration

•          Understand the safe disposal of medication including responsibilities

This course is only open to Employees from Cambridgeshire County Council’s Adult Support Services & employees from the social care Private, Voluntary & Independent sector in Cambridgeshire.

Fully funded for: Cambridgeshire County Council Adult Social Care staff.

A charge of £55 per person applies to: Private, Voluntary and Independent Organisations.

 

A cancellation fee may be applied to all delegates

Medication Administration for Support Workers Face to Face (Classroom)

This half-day face-to-face course from LGSS is suitable for support staff administering medication in domiciliary care settings, day services, supported living services and extra-sheltered services. This course is NOT suitable unless you have attended a full day’s initial training in the past three years.

Delegates would wish to:

•          Understand where their responsibilities lie from start and finish i.e. to follow the Care Plan and ensure they are training and competent

•          Understand the medication policy including the levels of medication support

•          Understand all relevant documentation related to safe administration of medicines

•          Understand what to do if they make a mistake, can they take a verbal instruction, when, how and from whom

•          The importance of hygiene, when to wear gloves and a safe no-touch technique

•          Understand accurate administration, recording and record keeping

•          Understand different forms, uses and routes of medication administration

•          Understand the safe disposal of medication including responsibilities

This course is only open to Employees from Cambridgeshire County Council’s Adult Support Services & employees from the social care Private, Voluntary & Independent sector in Cambridgeshire.

Fully funded for: Cambridgeshire County Council Adult Social Care staff.

A charge of £40 per person applies to: Private, Voluntary and Independent Organisations.

A cancellation fee may be applied to all delegates

 

Medication Administration Refresher for Support Workers Face to Face (Classroom)

This two-day face-to-face course from LGSS is aimed at Frontline Managers who work in Cambridgeshire-based residential social care settings. It covers the knowledge and skills needed to ensure the safe management and administration of medication and to undertake a medication competency assessment.

Delegates would wish to:

•          Be able to use the Medicines Management in The Residential Setting (Adult Social care ) Medication Policy, to underpin all assistance with medication

•          Know and understand the responsibilities of the line manager and the support worker related to the safe administration of medication

•          Know how to obtain, store and transport medicines including controlled drugs, and be aware of key security

•          Know how to administer medicines safely including recording and record keeping

•          Be able to assess medication risks using the Medication Risk Assessment Protocol

•          Be able to use the Medication Administration Record in practice.

•          Be able to use an effective method of assessment for medication administration competency using the Medication Competency Framework

This course is only open to Employees from Cambridgeshire County Council’s Adult Support Services & employees from the social care Private, Voluntary & Independent sector in Cambridgeshire.

Fully funded for: Cambridgeshire County Council Adult Social Care staff.

A charge of £110 per person applies to: Private, Voluntary and Independent Organisations.

A cancellation fee may be applied to all delegates.

 

Medication Management for Residential Managers Face to Face (Classroom)

This one day face-to-face course from LGSS is suitable for social care front-line managers and will provide them with up to date information related to Medication Management in Cambridgeshire, following their attendance of a full medication course in the past year.

Delegates would wish to:

•          Understand their responsibility to follow the Care Plan and ensure they are trained and competent to do the task

•          Understand the medication policy, the risk assessment and ‘The six rights’

•          Understand the correct storage of medicines including storage requirements,temperatures and the process of checking medicines in/out of the home

•          Understand how to safely administer medicines including recording using a MAR Chart.

•          Understand the importance of hygiene, when to wear gloves and a safe no-touch technique

•          Understand what to do if a mistake is made

•          Understand different forms, uses and routes for medication administration

•          Understand the safe disposal of medication including record keeping

This course is only open to Employees from Cambridgeshire County Council’s Adult Support Services & employees from the social care Private, Voluntary & Independent sector in Cambridgeshire.

 

Fully funded for: Cambridgeshire County Council Adult Social Care staff.

A charge of £55 per person applies to: Private, Voluntary and Independent Organisations.

 

A cancellation fee may be applied to all delegates

Medication Refresher for Managers Face to Face (Classroom)

This half-day course from LGSS is suitable for Cambridgeshire-based staff who wish to:

•             Enhance understanding of the Cambridgeshire Health and Social Care Organisations Medication Policy

•             Understand the different LEVELS of SUPPORT with medication, as described in the Medication Policy

•             Understand the responsibilities of the line manager and the support worker related to the safe administration of medication

•             Understand how to assess medication risks using the Medication Risk Assessment ProtocolUnderstand the importance of scene management

This course is aimed at individuals who have previously attended a full medication administration course and who will be assessing medication risks and producing risk assessments

[£40-00] Advertised Price where not included in a Service Level Agreement and cost for cancellation/non attendance.

Medication Risk AssessmentFace to Face (Classroom)

This half day course from LGSS is suitable for all professionals working within the following teams: Looked after children, Safeguarding and care planning professionals and Independent reviewing officers.

This workshop will provide an introduction to MCA/DoLS, consent and Gillick competency in relation children, young people and adults. 

There are no entry requirements for this course.

Mental Capacity Act & Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards  Practice Workshop for LAC & Children’s Safeguarding & Care Planning Teams and IRO’S Face to Face (Classroom)

This 1 day course from LGSS is suitable for all professionals working across Children's Disability and Transitions Services. The course will provide guidance and best practice with implementing these 2 areas of law to people under the age of 18 and through transition services.

It will be an opportunity to clarify any practice concerns relating the Mental Capacity Act and the evolving Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.

There are no entry requirements for this course.

Mental Capacity Act & Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards Advanced Practice Workshop for Disabled Children's Team and Transitions ServicesFace to Face (Classroom)

This course provides detailed information and guidance to staff working in a senior caring role or who manage services. It will support professionals who record in a persons care plan - a persons consent, refusal, assessments of capacity and best interests decisions when necessary. It will take you through the processes of the Mental Capacity Act and show you how to evidence your conclusions in your professional records.

Who it is for

The course is intended for all LGSS customers who may be required to complete or support assessments of capacity, involved in establishing best interests decisions, or writing care plans.  It is especially tailored to individuals working in the PVI sector.

Any frontline care staff should consider the MCA and DoLS introductory course, but can also access this course as part of their continued professional development.

Other information

If you are an employee of Cambridgeshire County Council, LGSS, or Northamptonshire County Council, there will be no charge for your attendance on this course. However, a cancellation charge will apply if you cancel your place on the course within 15 working days of the course date or if you fail to attend this course.

£50 Advertised Price where not included in a Service Level Agreement.

Mental Capacity Act ( MCA ) - AdvancedFace to Face (Classroom)

This informative and up to the minute workshop, will provide professionals working with adults the very latest guidance in practice development and implementation. This is an opportunity to clarify any practice concerns relating to the Mental Capacity Act of 2005 and the evolving Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.

Who it is for

The course is intended for all LGSS customer who are professionals working across CCC Childrens and Young Adults teams who are in decision making/commissioning roles only, and offers a bespoke training package relevant to your role and professional responsibilities.

Other information

If you are an employee of Cambridgeshire County Council, LGSS, or Northamptonshire County Council, there will be no charge for your attendance on this course. However, a cancellation charge will apply if you cancel your place on the course within 15 working days of the course date or if you fail to attend this course.

 

Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards ( MCA and DoLS ) Advanced Practice Workshop for Supporting Children Face to Face (Classroom)

This course will give frontline care professionals an introduction or refresher on the basics of the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards. It will support frontline professionals to apply this legislation to their day to day caring roles.

Who it is for

The course is intended for all LGSS customers who assist people with day to day decisions across social care, health, private and voluntary sectors.

Other information

If you are an employee of Cambridgeshire County Council, LGSS, or Northamptonshire County Council, there will be no charge for your attendance on this course. However, a cancellation charge will apply if you cancel your place on the course within 15 working days of the course date or if you fail to attend this course.

£25 Advertised Price where not included in a Service Level Agreement.

Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards ( MCA and DoLS)  An IntroductionFace to Face (Classroom)

This, informative and up to the minute workshop, will provide professionals working with adults the very latest guidance in practice development and implementation. This is an opportunity to clarify any practice concerns relating to the Mental Capacity Act of 2005 and the evolving Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.

Who it is for

The course is intended for all LGSS customer who are professionals working across CCC & NCC who are in a decision making/commissioning roles only, including CCC staff seconded in CPFT, LDP, Adult Early Help, and offers a bespoke training package relevant to your role and professional responsibilities.

Other information

If you are an employee of Cambridgeshire County Council, LGSS, NASS or Northamptonshire County Council, there will be no charge for your attendance on this course. However, a cancellation charge will apply if you cancel your place on the course within 15 working days of the course date or if you fail to attend this course.

 

 

Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards ( MCA and DoLS) Advanced Practice Workshop for Supporting AdultsFace to Face (Classroom)

This half day course will give frontline care professionals an introduction or refresher on the basics of the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards. It will support frontline professionals to apply this legislation to their day to day caring roles. The course is intended for all LGSS customers who assist people with day to day decisions across social care, health, private and voluntary sectors.

What you can expect to learn

  • Identify duties and responsibilities under the Act and how it relates to health/social care decisions and day to day practice
  • Understand how the MCA links to Human Rights and day to day care decisions
  • Recognise your duties/responsibilities regarding consent
  • Know how to involve and support people in decision making
  • Recognise how the MCA principles apply to health/care decisions
  • Describe the test for lack of capacity and standard for Best Interests decisions
  • Recognise what constitutes restraint/restriction and importance of a less restrictive option
  • List issues associated with restraint and restrictions in line with the Act
  • Understand what constitutes a deprivation of someone’s liberty
  • Understand how deprivation of liberty is authorised in all health and social care settings.

This course is funded for those working in Adult Social Care settings in Northamptonshire.  However, a charge of £40.00 will be made for non-attendance or late cancellation.

Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards - An IntroductionFace to Face (Classroom)

This half an hour spotlight session, aimed at any Northamptonshire staff member working for NCC, LGSS, First for Wellbeing, Childrens Trust or NASS, is designed to give a brief introduction into some of the common mental health conditions that can affect employees and how to recognise the signs.

By attending the spotlight session, it is hoped that people will want to find out more and also to identify those colleagues who may like to take further training in both the half day awareness course Mental Health First Aid Lite and the full 2 day Mental Health First Aider.


What you can expect to learn

  • Enable staff to recognise signs and symptoms within their colleagues/families/friends
  • By recognising a potential mental health condition the support to colleagues can be effective and helps to reduce stigma & discrimination
  • Line Managers will be able to recognise the need for supporting staff on a return to work programme after a period of absence due to poor mental health


Mental Health First Aid - Spotlight SessionsFace to Face (Classroom)


This half day course designed to raise awareness of mental health, is aimed at any Northamptonshire staff member working for NCC, LGSS, First for Wellbeing, Childrens Trust or NASS.


What you can expect to learn

  • An understanding of what mental health is and how to challenge stigma
  • A basic knowledge of some common mental health issues
  • An introduction to looking after your own mental health
  • Confidence to interact with someone in distress or who may be experiencing a mental health issue
  • Insight into the two day course and the benefits of becoming a Mental Health First Aider


Mental Health First Aid LiteFace to Face (Classroom)

Many people are familiar with the Countif and Sumif Excel functions. This course goes to the next level with Countifs and Sumifs, two functions that work using multiple criteria and enabling delegates to carry out relatively sophisticated spreadsheet operations.

By the end of the bitesize session, delegates will be able to:

Use the COUNTIFS function to apply criteria to cells across multiple ranges and count the number of times all criteria are met;

Use the SUMIFS function to total figures in a range according to multiple criteria.

Microsoft Excel - Countifs and Sumifs BitesizeFace to Face (Classroom)

This full day face to face course from LGSS Learning and Development is suitable for delegates with knowledge of Microsoft Excel to a level equivalent to having completed the Microsoft Excel Intermediate course who wish to:

  • Gain the skills necessary to create macros
  • Collaborate with others
  • Audit and analyse worksheet data
  • Create pivot tables and pivot charts and incorporate multiple data sources.
  • Delegates will need to have a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and have a working knowledge of the Intermediate functions of Excel.

[£150.00] Advertised Price where not included in a Service Level Agreement and cost for cancellation/non attendance.

Microsoft Excel 2013 - AdvancedFace to Face (Classroom)

This one day face to face course from LGSS Learning and Development is suitable for delegates with working knowledge of Microsoft Excel who wish to gain further knowledge of the more intermediate features such as:

  • data handling tools
  • charting options 
  • how to use more in-depth functions of Microsoft Excel.

Delegates will need to have a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and have a working knowledge of the basic function of Excel.

[£150.00] Advertised Price where not included in a Service Level Agreement and cost for cancellation/non attendance.

Microsoft Excel 2013 - IntermediateFace to Face (Classroom)

This one day face to face course from LGSS Learning and Development is suitable for anyone with a basic understanding of Microsoft Windows who wishes to gain the skills necessary to create, edit, format and print basic Microsoft Excel Worksheets.

You will need to have a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and be familiar with Excel.

[£150.00] Advertised Price where not included in a Service Level Agreement and cost for cancellation/non attendance.

Microsoft Excel 2013 - IntroductionFace to Face (Classroom)

This one day course is for experienced registered qualified Social Workers (NCC)

Learning outcomes:

  • Provide an overview of the moderation Framework i.e. internal and external moderation processes
  • Understand and apply the Principles of moderation/assessment (quality checklist)

  • Gain  knowledge of the content and format of portfolios

  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of moderation panel members

  • Critically assess and track progression of the ASYE’s practice and capabilities (evidence their development journey)

  • Providing effective feedback to all individuals involved in the ASYE process.

  • Review examples of good and bad assessment practice


Moderation training Face to Face (Classroom)

This 1 x 2 hour session course from LGSS is suitable for all governors who wish to know its school well if it is to successfully fulfil its key roles in supporting the school to provide the best possible education for its pupils. This course is essential for all governors in understanding one of the most important responsibilities of a governor - monitoring progress in the school.
There are no entry requirements for this course.

[£70.00] Advertised Price where not included in a Service Level Agreement and cost for cancelation/non attendance.

Please note that if the course does not reach minimum numbers we will rearrange.

Monitoring and Evaluating Performance - School VisitsFace to Face (Classroom)

This 1x2 hour session course from The Teaching School Alliance is suitable for all school governors who wish to have a good understanding of external & internal data in schools and how to use their knowledge to support and challenge including monitoring and evaluation of specific groups: for example disadvantaged pupils, Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) and a discussion of the uses of Analyse School Performance (ASP) and Fischer Family trust data (FFT). The session will also look at a cycle of monitoring and reviewing data and how to develop terms of reference for relevant committees.

 

This course is provided by The Teaching School Alliance to book please click on the following link:

To book for 19th June 2018 Monitoring and Evaluating Performance - Understanding Data

Monitoring and Evaluating Performance - Understanding DataFace to Face (Classroom)

Motivational Interviewing is a well-established evidenced-based model for building motivation for change with individuals. Motivational Interviewing is a person-centred approach which is respectful and empowering. This course is suitable for all practitioners working with upper primary and older children and young people. The aim of this course is to promote an understanding of how Motivational Interviewing
developed and how it has been applied to individuals – especially with addiction issues and disaffected teenagers.

You will learn how to facilitate change with older children and young people through techniques for questioning and exploring goals and values. There will be opportunity to think about how Motivational Interviewing can be applied in your own work and how you can continue your learning and development in this area.

The whole-day training is aimed at enabling staff to:

  • Recognise and respond to resistance to change
  • Enhance confidence
  • Strengthen commitment towards change

[£167.00] Advertised Price where not included in a Service Level Agreement and cost for cancelation/non attendance.

Motivational InterviewingFace to Face (Classroom)

While this training is no longer run as a centrally organised course, it is available for secondary schools to commission from the Northamptonshire Educational Psychology Service for a whole staff session or series of sessions amounting to a total of 6 hours of contact time.

My Friends YouthFace to Face (Classroom)

This two hour session from LGSS is open for staff who wish to be more aware of their skills and experience and how to market these effectively through the job application process. The course also enables you to understand more about the interview/selection process so that you can prepare accordingly and feel more confident of a positive result.

Managing your Future is about supporting staff in times of change, enabling staff to find the information and support that will help them plan for their future. This maybe in the context of restructuring, redundancy, organisational or cultural change, or even considering life changing decisions.

MYF How To Market Your Skills and Achievements - completing competence based job application formsFace to Face (Classroom)

This two hour session from LGSS is open for staff who wish to be aware of the importance of preparation for job interviews and how to do this effectively. The course will provide participants with proven tips to improve the likelihood of a positive result.

Managing your Future is about supporting staff in times of change, enabling staff to find the information and support that will help them plan for their future. This maybe in the context of restructuring, redundancy, organisational or cultural change, or even considering life changing decisions.

MYF Interview Skills - Selling yourself effectively at job interviewsFace to Face (Classroom)

This two hour session from LGSS is open for staff who wish to update their CV so it reflects current best practice, or who are looking to begin writing a CV from scratch.

Managing your Future is about supporting staff in times of change, enabling staff to find the information and support that will help them plan for their future. This maybe in the context of restructuring, redundancy, organisational or cultural change, or even considering life changing decisions.

MYF Producing an Effective CVFace to Face (Classroom)

This half day event is an official welcome day for new Northamptonshire Adult Social Service (NASS) employees.

The session will enable new employees to gain:

  • An understanding of the range of services delivered by Northamptonshire Adult Social Services
  • An understanding of NASS’s Vision and Values and working with a strengths based approach
  • An awareness of our range of internal communications for staff
  • Understanding of the key terms and conditions of employment
  • A knowledge of Learning and Development opportunities and career pathways available to them
NASS IntroductionFace to Face (Classroom)

This 3 x 2 hour session course from LGSS is suitable for newly appointed governors and/or those who have received no previous formal governor experience.  The course will guide you through a number of key areas of being a school governor, including:-

  • The strategic role of governors the powers and duties of a school governor and the respective roles you and the head teacher have in ensuring continuous school improvement.
  • The governor as critical friend balancing challenge and support in your role as a governor. Monitoring and evaluating school performance, visiting your school and monitoring the progress of your school's improvement plan.
  • Accountability holding effective meetings and representing the parents and staff in your role as a school governor. The accountability of the headteacher through his/her reporting role to governors.

There are no entry requirements for this course.

Dates Available
DateTimeVenue
25th Sept, 2nd & 9th October 2018 18:30-20:30 1 Angel Square, Northampton NN1 1ED
22nd,29th Jan & 5th February 2019 18:30-20:30 1 Angel Square, Northampton NN1 1ED
4th, 11th & 18th June 2019 18:30-20:30 1 Angel Square, Northampton NN1 1ED
 

(£210.00) Advertised Price where not included in a Service Level Agreement and cost for cancelation/non attendance.

Please note that if the course does not reach minimum numbers we will rearrange.

New Governor InductionFace to Face (Classroom)

This whole day induction course (9.30am to 4.30pm) is designed to give new or recently appointed governors a good understanding of what is expected of them as a governor, through presentations, small group activities, discussions and case studies.

Governors will gain an understanding of; the legal framework for governance, how a governing board works and the three key roles they have to fulfil. The course offers an excellent opportunity to meet with other newly appointed governors, to share experiences and ideas, enabling them to feel more confident in understanding their role.

Course Objectives

•  To understand roles and responsibilities of governing boards in improving schools

•  To explore how governing boards work in practice

•  Develop knowledge and understanding of ‘hot topics’ affecting schools

Intended for Governors in their first four year term, governors wishing to refresh their knowledge and new Head Teachers.

Venue                  Hayfield Cross Church of England School
Trainer                 Monica Juan (LGSS)
On                       Saturday 13th October 2018
Time                    9:30am to 4:30pm


To book a place please contact Dawn Fraser bursar@hayfieldcross.org.uk for a booking form.

New Governor Induction - Hayfield CrossFace to Face (Classroom)

This half day, funded, welcome and training event is for:

  • NQTs who are new to induction in September 2017
  • NQTs who are continuing their induction in the academic year 2017/18
  • Induction Tutors/Mentors who are new to the role
  • Induction Tutors/Mentors who are experienced all NQTs and Induction Tutors/Mentors.

This is a course which will focus on the core purpose of the statutory guidance including the roles and responsibilities of all those involved in the induction process. It will be an opportunity to learn more about the new online system, NQT Manager, being used by Northamptonshire Appropriate Body.

[£0.00] Advertised Price where not included in a Service Level Agreement and cost for cancellation/non attendance

NQT Welcome and Induction TrainingFace to Face (Classroom)

This 2 hour course from LGSS Learning and Development is suitable for all Governors and Headteachers in Academies and Maintained Schools.

The course examines the main Ofsted judgment headings and grades, and considers how an effective school self-evaluation (supported by robust evidence) is essential. The tutor will outline the inspection process, explore the kind of questions asked by inspectors, discuss useful sources of evidence, and share a range of practical suggestions to help your governing board prepare in advance of the inspector’s call.

Dates Available
DatesTimeVenue

30/10/2018

19/03/2019

18:30-20:30

18:30-20:30

1 Angel Square, Northampton NN1 1ED

1 Angel Square, Northampton NN1 1ED

Please note that if the course does not reach minimum numbers we will rearrange.

[75.00] Advertised Price where not included in a Service Level Agreement and cost for cancelation/non attendance.

Ofsted ReadyFace to Face (Classroom)

This half day training is designed for new Early Help & Educational Services staff to give the user basic navigation around the database.

The Trainer will give demonstrations on all the objectives listed below:

  • View and understand your homepage
  • Student Search
  • Person Search
  • View personal details
  • Links & Reports
  • View family members and professionals in the Social Network
  • View Bases
  • Service Workloads
  • Know where to go for help and support

    There will be no charge for your attendance on this course. However, a cancellation charge of £50.00 will apply if you cancel your place on the course within 15 working days of the course date or if you fail to attend this course.

One Induction Training for CCC Early Help & Educational ServicesFace to Face (Classroom)

This one-day CCC One Practice Training Early Help and Education Services training is a follow up from the One Induction. You will gain access to add/amend data in the system.

  • View, understand and customise your homepage

  • Adding Parent/Carer

  • Adding a Communication Log

  • Linking Documents

  • Completing an Involvement Form

  • Completing an Activity Form

  • Update Address and Telephone Number

  • Process of recording a Change of Legal Name/Chosen Name

  • View family members and professionals in the Social Network

  • Know where to go for help and support

     

There will be no charge for your attendance on this course. However a cancellation charge of £75.00 will apply if you cancel your place on the course within 15 working days of the course

One Practice Training for CCC Early Help and Educational Services Face to Face (Classroom)

This is an additional resource to support you in discovering how to use OneFile.

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OneFile Training for Leads

OneFile Training for Leads - LGSS Apprenticeship & Qualification AcademyFace to Face (Classroom)

This 1x2 hour session course from LGSS is suitable for all governors who wish to broaden governors’ understanding of their role in supporting e-safety in their schools.


• Feel more confident in their role in e-safety issues
• Feel better able to support and challenge the school in maintaining the e-safety of pupils
• Understand the need for strong e-safety policies

 [£70.00] Advertised Price where not included in a Service Level Agreement and cost for cancelation/non attendance.


Please note that if the course does not reach minimum numbers we will rearrange.

Online Safety - The Governors RoleFace to Face (Classroom)

This one day face-to-face course from LGSS is suitable for social care support workers who support adult service users and carers with care and support planning.

Delegates would wish to:

•          Gain an understanding of the legislative background to care and support planning

•          Gain an understanding of what an outcome is

•          Gain an understanding of how to undertake outcome focused support planning with service users and carers.

This course is open to support workers from Cambridgeshire County Council Adult Social Care support services, Cambridge & Peterborough Foundation Trust social care support services and from the Private, Voluntary and Independent sector in Cambridgeshire who are delivering health and social care interventions.

This course is not for Social Workers or Adult Support Coordinators from Cambridgeshire County Council or the Cambridge & Peterborough Foundation Trust. A separate course is available to those staff.

There is no charge for CCC employees to attend this course. There is a £55.00 charge for support workers from CPFT and the PVI sector in Cambridgeshire.

A cancellation fee may be applied

Outcome Focused Care & Support Planning for the PVI Sector Face to Face (Classroom)

This one day face-to-face course from LGSS is suitable for Cambridgeshire County Council and Cambridge & Peterborough Foundation Trust Social Care staff who work in a practitioner, Social Worker or Adult Support Coordinator role and who complete care & support plans with service users.

Delegates would wish to:

•             Gain an understanding of the legislative background to care & support planning

•             Gain an understanding of what an outcome is

•             Gain an understanding of how to undertake outcome focused care & support planning with service users and carers

This course is only open to social care practitioners from Cambridgeshire County Council & the Cambridge & Peterborough Foundation Trust.

This course is not open to support workers from CCC support services or support workers from the Private, Voluntary & Independent sector.

There is no charge for attending this course but a cancellation fee may be applied.

Outcome Focused Care in Support Planning in Adult Social CareFace to Face (Classroom)
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