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Online health questionnaire for young people

2 Nov 2018 - 10:47 by michelle.foster

Greater Manchester Youth Network (GMYN) are circulating an online questionnaire for young people aged 13 to 25 to collect their views on health and health care provision in Manchester. Greater Manchester Youth Network

This is as part of a  piece of work being carried out by Manchester Clinical Commissioning Group, so it’s a really good opportunity for young people to have their say on health services and get their voices heard.

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Introduction to Safeguarding Children and Young People

Course Description
This is a one-day course delivered by members of the Manchester Safeguarding Children Board Training Pool. You should attend this course if you are in contact with children and young people and with adults who are parents and carers.

This course covers the mandatory requirements of basic awareness training required for all those working with children and young people. It should be refreshed every 3 years. Completion of this course meets the entry level requirements for all other MSCB courses.

23 January, 2019 - 09:30 to 16:00
Hough End Police Social Centre, Mauldeth Road West, M21 7SX

Supporting International Newly Arrived Children and their Families

Training for school staff

This one day workshop will focus on increasing participants’ under-standing and awareness of equality and diversity when working with children and families who have settled in the UK. It will aim to:
• Explore differences in family functioning, child rearing and safe-guarding across cultures
• Review local and national policy and legislation and the impact of discrimination
• Identify good practice and specific actions that participants can implement in their own schools

7 February, 2019 (All day)
Moorside High School (Deans Centre), Swinton, M27 0AP

Supporting International Newly Arrived Children and their Families

Training for Health and Social Care Staff.

This one day workshop will examine the assessment of child development, attachment and parenting practices using a combination of theory and reflexive exercises to develop skills.

21 February, 2019 (All day)
Beacon Centre, Salford, M6 6QT

Referral pathway and immediate support for lonely/isolated individuals over 65 from Manchester Cares

12 Oct 2018 - 10:43 by michelle.foster

Manchester Cares would like to introduce: Winter Wellbeing, their brand new, easy way to refer to their network. Manchester Cares

If you know an older neighbour, who is over 65 and could benefit from their support get in touch.

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Conducting Asset-based Conversations (Person, Partner, Place)

This 2-day workshop (Wednesday 6 and 20 March 2019) will help you to understand how an asset-based approach can be used in 1:1 conversations, to enhance personalised care through person-centred coaching, motivational interviewing, and care and support planning.

Who is it for?
Clinical and non-clinical staff who have a 1:1 consulting, advising or supporting role (e.g. GPs, Nurses, Practitioners, Social Workers, allied health professionals) and who work in Manchester.

What will the course cover?

6 March, 2019 - 09:00 to 17:00
Kath Locke Centre, 123 Moss Lane East, Manchester, M15 5DD

Conducting Asset-based Conversations (Person, Partner, Place)

This 2-day workshop (Wednesday 13 and 27 February 2019) will help you to understand how an asset-based approach can be used in 1:1 conversations, to enhance personalised care through person-centred coaching, motivational interviewing, and care and support planning.

Who is it for?
Clinical and non-clinical staff who have a 1:1 consulting, advising or supporting role (e.g. GPs, Nurses, Practitioners, Social Workers, allied health professionals) and who work in Manchester.

What will the course cover?

13 February, 2019 - 09:00 to 17:00
Kath Locke Centre, 123 Moss Lane East, Manchester, M15 5DD

Conducting Asset-based Conversations (Person, Partner, Place)

This 2-day workshop (Tuesday 15 and 29 January 2019) will help you to understand how an asset-based approach can be used in 1:1 conversations, to enhance personalised care through person-centred coaching, motivational interviewing, and care and support planning.

Who is it for?
Clinical and non-clinical staff who have a 1:1 consulting, advising or supporting role (e.g. GPs, Nurses, Practitioners, Social Workers, allied health professionals) and who work in Manchester.

What will the course cover?

15 January, 2019 - 09:00 to 17:00
Victoria Mill, Lower Vickers Street, Miles Platting, Manchester, M40 7LJ

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