Over a 5 day period, candidates will build an understanding of the specific roles and responsibilities related to planning, delivering and reviewing inclusive training sessions. Topics covered include: maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment, ways to create an inclusive teaching and learning environment, assessing learners and providing constructive and developmental feedback.
Successful candidates will leave with the knowledge, understanding and skills required to prepare them for teaching in a wide range of contexts, in environments such as Further Education (FE) Colleges, Local Authorities or independent training
To provide course members with sufficient knowledge and practical skills to enable them to undertake handling tasks in a safe manner without causing harm to the service user.More Information
The complex handling course will be attendee driven, that is, you will be expected to bring at least one case study from your working experience to problem solve.More Information
The Liberty Protection Safeguards have now been agreed by both the House's of Parliament and the House of Lords, and whilst it is anticipated they will become law next year, the responsibilities that will be placed upon Registered Managers are significant. Whilst the Code of Practice around LPS is still to be written, what is clear is that Registered Managers are going to need to have a sound understanding of the Mental Capacity Act.More Information