DICE are hosting an event to support the Government’s commitment to help a million more disabled people into work by 2027.
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Planning has become an essential part of our modern working life; and creating an Organisational Plan is like creating a roadmap for the direction you want to take over a set period. Planning ensures that what you do is well thought out and the best that it can be. In addition, when you plan with your wider team or stakeholders, you can make sure that everyone is on board, knows exa
There is not only a known association between experiencing trauma and poorer physical, social and educational outcomes, we also now understand that people affected by trauma can be less likely than others to seek or receive the help or support they need for a range of reasons.
Transforming Psychological Trauma: A knowledge and skills framework for the Scottish workforce, advocates a tiered training approach to Trauma training (NES 2017).
Trauma Informed Practice: First Tier Training
This training is not designed to treat trauma related difficulties. Its focus is to address the barriers that those affected by trauma can experience when accessing the care, support and treatment they require for a healthy and fulfilling life.
Taster Day Training Course feel £20. Children free if accompanied by a fee paying adult. Refreshments, full supervision and protective clothing provided. For more information, bookings and joining instructions, please contact Angela Roberts, firstname.lastname@example.org or 07876 503950
The course will help practitioners build that core set of skills which will enable them to orientate towards what matters most to people and what they want to achieve.
This is a 3 day practice based workshop to help staff embed a personal outcomes and asset based approach in how they work. You must be able to commit to all three days (29th May, 12th June, 26th June).
You are invited to attend our Third Sector mPower Learning Event from 11am to 1pm on Wednesday 30th May in Burn’s House, Stranraer.
The ALLIANCE’s annual conference provides the leading focal point for health and social care integration in Scotland.