This course explores the different ways that epilepsy can affect a person and the various potential treatments. It also looks at appropriate procedures for supporting individuals during a seizure.
This course raises awareness of the different forms of mood disorders that can affect people and explores the possible biological, psychological and social causes and effects.
This course explores the key principles of CBT and teaches delegates about its use and methods of application.
This course explores the causes, symptoms, treatments and impact that PTSD can have on children.
This course for staff in schools and child care settings explores the ability to resolve conflict through interpersonal skills rather than force.
A range of courses designed to support those working with looked after children. They are suitable for social workers and foster carers and are focused on the needs of LAC within the home.
This course covers an introduction to managing challenging behaviour and de-escalation techniques as well physical intervention skills suitable to the school setting.
Conflict Management and Personal Safety training for lone workers: social workers, housing support officers, charity workers, support workers, receptionists, office staff, retail or any customer facing roles
This half-day or one-day course equips parents, carers and teachers to identify and act on the signs of child sexual exploitation.
The course is suitable for all carers, social workers and staff who require up to date information on drugs and alcohol issues. It explores the law and good practice guidelines as well as options for support and advice.
This three hour course addresses the myths of diabetes and information to help care sector staff support someone with diabetes.
This 4 hour training session is a proactive step to demonstrating the commitment of a workplace towards their Prevent duty.