EMPT® Professionally Facilitated Health and Social Care training courses:
Facilitated Health and Social Care training courses:
This course has been developed for learners who work in Fostering or Residential Care settings. It develops learners understanding about the Fostering or Residential Child Care National Minimum Standards, placement planning requirements and delegated authority practice. The course also develops learners’ understanding about the Training Support and Development Standards.
- Explores aspects of the placement planning process
- Reflects on National Minimum Standards related to Foster Care or Residential Child Care
- Review some Delegated Authority Guidance that support placement planning
Duty of Care Training
For course information, please refer to: EMPT Training Course Information
The course looks at:
- Advocacy with, and on behalf of, individuals, families, carers, groups and communities.
- It explores what advocacy and empowerment means?
- It looks critically at theory linked advocacy and empowerment.
- It makes suggestions around advocacy and empowerments usefulness in social care work.
- Reference Links with Diploma in Health and Social Care Units 10,33, 34 and 35.
Equality and inclusion Training
Does being a man, woman, gay, black, disabled, elderly, working class etc impact on the way individuals and groups relate to you?
- Focuses on strategies of promoting the diversity and rights of individuals. This includes reflecting on ways participant can evaluate the system and structures of others and improve these, if they do not promote the rights of people.
- It recognises that there are often many competing tensions: within people themselves as well as between people and organizations.
- It explores culture and how learnt behavior may impact on individuals’ behaviour to others.
- Reference Links with Diploma in Residential Child Care units 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13, 15, 17; Diploma in Health and Social Care Units 1, 3, 5, 16, 22, 26, 29 and 32. The course is also linked to TSD Standard 1 and Care Certificate Standard 4.
- How to promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security in working environment.
- Ways you work with others to identify, minimise and manage potential risks and hazards in the working environment and when undertaking work activities.
- Appropriate action you must take to deal with health and environmental emergencies and incidents, summoning assistance immediately when necessary.
- Reference Links with Diploma in Residential Childcare unit 4, Diploma in Health and Social Care Unit 8; TSD Standard 3 and Care Certificate Standard 13.
Psychodynamic theory assumes that human behaviour and consciousness is largely determined by unconscious motives.
The course looks at:
- Enhancing participants’ abilities around applying theory around human growth and development.
- Possible unconscious motives that may impact on our work with children and young people.
- Reference Links to: all Diploma in Residential Child Care Unit 1 and Diploma in Health and Social Care Unit 17.
- Explored potential barriers to learning
- Reflected on teaching/training theory
- Explored and practised facilitating learning and development to groups
- Reviewed the effectiveness of own delivery of inclusive training and learning
- Discussed methods to promote effective communication in training settings
- Reflected on and facilitated a micro training course
- Worked in groups to explore ways to engage learners in the learning and development process
All individuals have experienced some form of bereavement, which may impact on their behaviour.
The course looks at:
- Bereavement as it relates to human development and growth.
- How bereavement may impact on: a child or young person’s or vulnerable adult’s behaviour.
- Ways individual experience bereavement may impact on your care of children and young people or work with vulnerable adults.
- How bereavement may impact on your behaviour, in genral.
- Reference links: The course is predominately linked to Health and Social Care units 2, 7 and 17 as well as Diploma in Residential Child Care units 1, 9 and 10.
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