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We are delighted to announce that we will be running our 3- day ABLE Brief Intervention training online for frontline staff working in health, social care and community roles. The ABLE training model develops practitioners’ ability to build relationships and to manage boundaries. The three-day interactive course takes place online via Zoom and is delivered by 2 licenced trainers. The upcoming training will take place on: September 9th, 23rd and 24th September 22nd and October 6th and 7th The four step, practical ABLE model underpinning the training, allows participants to Adopt a relationship-centered approach, Build rapport and manage boundaries of…Find out more »
"Exploring the Challenge of Consistency " is the second Work-based Assessment (WBA) webinar brought to you by the National Forum and partner, QQI. During the first webinar some main key challenges were identified by the participants, i.e. consistency/reliability, feedback, authenticity. The most common theme identified was consistency and reliability in the work experience context. This latest event from the WBA partnership aims to explore what is meant by the term ‘consistency’ in work-based assessment. It will examine if the causes of inconsistency differ in the varied placement contexts. Attendees will also explore what are student experiences of consistency and will…Find out more »
Social Care Ireland are delighted to announce a FREE ticket for one of our members to this full days webinar. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. Reconnecting with the Heart of Frontline Practice has been endorsed by Social Care Ireland. This is relevant to social care workers practice.Find out more »