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There seems to be a misconception around 'helping people' and a tendency to move towards specific training that is overly complicated, sometimes daunting and often ends up sitting on the 'shelf' - The Healthy Conversation Skills training aims to de-mystify the art of 'giving help' and build confidence in everyone.
This 3 hour, fully interactive virtual training is designed to encourage and support the philosophy behind Making Every Contact Count (MECC) with added peer support, networking opportunities and a desire to implement what they learn in their daily lives
We all have a shared responsibility to be healthy in the conversations we have with our residents/customers and each other. We need to invest time in the development of our skills now while there is a collective consideration of health and inequality made so evident in the current pandemic.
If people are empowered to be proactive and opportunistic in their approach to helping others with more complex issues like mental health and sexual health: they will need to be confident in having a basic conversation; using reflection, open discovery questions and a person centred, asset based approach.Essential Information
Alcohol! That’s right the legal drug that can be so difficult to talk about! We spend the evening on tailoring those conversations around helping someone to make changes in their drinking with expert advice on hand from specialist alcohol practitioners - limited places NHS protectedEssential Information
Practical course aimed at teaching correct load handling techniques to staffEssential Information
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|1||17 June 2021||13:30 - 15:30||Paulsgrove Housing Office (Discovery Training Room)||Map|
Want to 'meet' with others to make sure that in your school primary history:
* follows the national curriculum, is in place, sequenced and up to date (intention)
* is taught in lively, fun and inclusive ways to develop children’s historical skills (implementation)
* planning is in place to ensure all children make good progress (impact)
* contemporary issues are well considered and black British history is included through KS1 and KS2
Then the Portsmouth virtual primary history network meetings are for you!
The network will be facilitated by Pat Hannam, County Inspector/Adviser RE, History & Philosophy, HIAS
This is a zoom meeting, a virtual link will be sent prior to the course.
Please note this is the second of two Primary History network meetings, however it is not mandatory to have attended the first meeting dated Thursday 25th February.Essential Information