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Social care Ireland are delighted to collaborate with the Open Training College (OTC) on the following series of online events. This is a bespoke series of events from the OTC Management programme.Find out more »
Cultural competence enhances the ability of providers and organisations to effectively deliver health care services that meet the social, cultural, and linguistic needs of service users. Ireland is a culturally and linguistically diverse nation with the 2016 census revealing that 612,018 residents (13% of the population) are multilingual and speak a language other than Irish or English at home (CSO, 2016Find out more »
Social Care Ireland are delighted to be working with Gearoid on this leadership workshop. This is a full day’s workshop to develop skills for Health and Social Care Professional staff to operate in the current environment. Servant leadership, which focuses primarily on the growth and well-being of people and the communities to which they belong.Find out more »
Social Care Ireland is delighted to collaborate on this online workshop, with the Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI). The training focuses on the health and well-being of trans people and their families. TENI has partnered with the HSE and key professional healthcare providers to ensure that Gender Identity Skills Training (GIST) is delivered in 2019. GIST was piloted in 2017 and externally and internally evaluated.Find out more »
Inclusion health is a model of health service delivery, research and policy that aims to prevent and address social and health inequity among the most marginalised and vulnerable people in society, (Royal College of Physicians, UK)Find out more »
Save the date for Social Care Ireland’s annual conference in 2021. We will abide by the Covid-19 restrictions set out at the timeFind out more »
Social care Ireland are delighted to welcome back Dee Hennessy who has provided training for us in the past. During 2020 Dee developed some meditation & mindfulness training courses specifically for the human care workplace and the particular challenges of the worldwide pandemic. These interventions come from a place of deep understanding of human care work and are simple, practical and accessible to all. With the fast pace of life these days, many of us can feel overwhelmed and under pressurFind out more »
What is Non Violent Resistance?
The Non Violent Resistance (NVR) model includes a brief, systemic and evidence-based response to child to parent violence & abuse. It aims to empower & support parents/carers in preventing & responding to the violent and controlling behaviour of children and teenagers.
This is an interdisciplinary event, Social Care Ireland are collaborating with the Association of Occupational Therapist of Ireland. We have worked jointly on similar events like Motivational Interviewing, that have been very successful. (SFBT) is an effective, respectful, and powerful tool for workers in the health and social care field. SFBT focuses on client’s resources and skills, rather than on their deficits and weaknesses to help them to find solutions and create preferred futures rather than dwelling on past failures.Find out more »
This is an introductory programme which will prepare learners to be able to understand and clearly identify their role in supporting the needs for this very vulnerable and complex group of service users. It will also prepare learners if they wanted to undertake a more comprehensive programme with the National Institute of Intellectual Disability Studies.Find out more »