Norfolk: Safeguarding Awareness
Who can attend?
Anyone working in the county of Norfolk, including employees of Norfolk County Council, and employees of private, voluntary and independent sector care providers, and volunteers.
This is a basic awareness session.
Learning outcomes: by the end of this session participants should:
- Understand what safeguarding is and their role in safeguarding adults
- Understand the Making Safeguarding Personal agenda and how to ascertain the outcomes the service user wishes for themselves
- Recognise an adult potentially in need of safeguarding and take action
- Understand the procedures for making a safeguarding alert
- Understand dignity and respect when working with individuals
- Have knowledge of policy, procedures and legislation that supports safeguarding adults activity
Free to employees of Norfolk County Council, and to unpaid volunteers from any organisation in the county of Norfolk.
£25.00 including VAT per person for paid employees of private, voluntary and independent sector care providers.
If you book 3 places at the same time (either on the same session, or on different sessions) then the third place is FREE!
Further details are provided in the link below.
Medication administration courses for home care workers are now available.
The courses are open to those working in domiciliary care, supported living, reablement, housing with care, day services.
- Medication Policy and Safety
- Administration of medication
- Handling of Medicines
- MAR Charts
There are 2 levels of course:
- Initial Medication (Home Care) Training
- Refresher Medication (Home Care) Training
Initial Medication Training (full day)
Who can attend?
This course is aimed at care and support workers who will need to handle and administer medication as part of their role. Workers should be working in a home care setting. Initial Medication Training is suitable if you have never done NMSS training before, or want a full days’ knowledge and content.
Refresher Medication Training (half day)
Who can attend?
This course is aimed at care and support workers who have already undertaken NMSS training and need a refresher on core knowledge and skills in order to remain compliant with the Medication Policy for home care. Workers should be working in a home care setting.
Refresher training should be undertaken at least every three years (two years for NCC workers).
How to book
A leaflet with more information and a booking form is available here.
For dates and venues of training courses please click here.
If you have any queries, you can contact the Medicine Support Service in the following ways:
Telephone: 01603 217633.
Post to: Medicines Support Service, County Hall, Floor 4, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2SQ.
Transforming care and positive behavioural support in adult social care in the Eastern area.
If you support people who have a learning disability and/ or autism, and they display or are at risk of displaying behaviour which challenges, come along to this free event.
Wednesday 27 June 2018
The Trinity Centre, Cambridge
Registration from 09.30
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
The workshop will focus on positive behavioural support (PBS) and how you can use it to support you in your role. You’ll also help to shape a workforce development strategy for PBS and transforming care for your local area.
The event will:
- explain what PBS is and how it can support people with a learning disability and/ or autism, including talks from local experts in the field
- share good practice examples of training around PBS and autism, and what’s happening already locally
- identify gaps and opportunities to improve local PBS training and support
- shape local workforce development around PBS
- initiate or support local PBS networks.
You’ll also explore how employers, commissioners and other support groups can build networks and implement their local transforming care plan.
Who should attend?
People who work in the Eastern area who fall into one or more of the below categories;
- Adult social care and health employers who provide care and support for people with a learning disability and/ or autism, and display or at risk of displaying behaviour which challenges.
- Adult social care commissioners.
- Individuals with a learning disability and/ or autism, and display or are at risk of displaying behaviour which challenges, their family and carers.
- Anyone involved in workforce development for this group.
N.B. If you are attending from a care providing organisation or service there is an expectation that you have some prior knowledge of PBS and Transforming care and be in a position to implement this within your organisation or service.
Please note, as this is a funded event a maximum of two people from each organisation may book onto this workshop (you can change which delegates from your organisation attend). If you’d like to send more than two people, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the names of the additional delegates, and we’ll add them to a waiting list.
Skills for Care can support people with a learning disability and/ or autism, their family and carers with the costs of attending, for example for travel. Email them to find out more. Or you can access their website here.
The Lord Lieutenant’s Palliative Care Forum and Macmillan are co-hosting The Norfolk and Waveney Dying Matters Awareness Event.
The event is on Tuesday 15th May 10:00 am – 2:00pm at The Forum, Millennium Plain, Norwich.
The agenda is available here: Dying Matters Awareness Event Agenda.
As in previous years, a number of stall holders have been invited who will be able to engage with members of the public together with representatives from statutory, voluntary and third sector organisations to provide a wealth of information. In addition, there will be a number of speakers who will talk about their involvement in providing help and support to those needing end of life and palliative care.
The event is open to all. If you or a colleague would like to attend the presentations please can you email Chris MacDonald from the Lord Lieutenant’s Palliative Forum at email@example.com to reserve your place.
The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) is delighted to be hosting a ‘Living well with Dementia’ information fayre on Monday 14 May 2018.
The event, which will be held in the East Atrium on the main hospital site, will be a chance for those living with dementia and their families and carers to see just how much dementia support is available in Norfolk and to receive advice on how to live well with dementia. The information stands will be starting at 10.00am, with the talks for the public running alongside from 11.30am.
Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board in partnership with KP Social Care Training Ltd
Presents ‘Train the Trainer Safeguarding Awareness’
The aim of the session is to train staff to deliver safeguarding awareness training to staff and volunteers in their own organisation. Participants will be provided with a set of training materials that they can use back in the workplace including: handouts, exercises, quizzes, case studies, power point presentations and link to a safeguarding awareness film. The pack contents cover all the materials for a half day or full day awareness session and a ninety minute update session.
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