Care at Home Workshops 2020

15 January 2020

Care at Home Workshops 2020

Our successful face to face events have returned offering enhanced learning opportunities for front line Care at Home workers, their supervisors and Managers. These events are open to staff working in the Statutory and Independent sectors with Independent sector providers being eligible to recoup staff attendance costs/backfill. Events will be available from January 2020 across NI.

Previous care at home workshops delivered across NI during 2019 have included a range of content including Medications Management, Dysphagia, Continence, Reablement and Mental Health Awareness.Participants have fed back that they found the events engaging, supportive and informative:


‘All staff should do these courses as they are very helpful into making us understand more about domiciliary care, and how much we participate in our line of care. They prompted discussions, thinking and enabled me to put new things into practice’


‘The project helps providers to create a greater sense of continuity within the service.’


‘I really enjoyed meeting with people who work in the same sector and having the opportunity to discuss and share knowledge and experiences



Below are the next scheduled face to face learning and development events. Bookings will be made available through Eventbrite; to book your place please click the event you would like to attend:

 

Southern Trust

10/03/20* - Medications Management Workshop, The Jethro Centre, Lurgan

 

Western Trust
 
13/02/20Assistive Technologies and Digital Utilisation, DIAL Centre, North West Regional College, Derry

 

*The Experience IT tech tour will be present at these events.

 

These events are facilitated by the Social Care Council and delivered by partner organisations.


Additional events will be added, including the Virtual Dementia Tour which will be available across NI between 02-06 March 2020. It is advisable, therefore, to regularly visit the Northern Ireland Social Care Council’s website and Social Media.


For further information please contact James Edgar, Project Support Worker, Social Care Council at James.Edgar@niscc.hscni.net or on 028 9536 2976.

 

Please note spaces are limited and if the event gets fully booked you can add your name to a waiting list to be notified if spaces become available.

 

 

 

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