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Social Problem Solving (Stop and Think)

Overview: There is increasing recognition in mental health services of the importance of a cluster of methods collectively known as social or inter-personal problem solving skills training. The aims of the module are to enable participants to gain understanding of the problem solving approach in working with clients with mental health needs. You will acquire the knowledge and skills to facilitate clients through the Stop and Think programme.

Credits: 20
Level: 6
Location: Duncan Macmillan House, Nottingham
Target: All health and social care professionals
Duration: 5 days

For further information, please contact: Stephen Coupe. Tel: 0115 960 2820.
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Integrative Study

Overview: The integrative study module represents the culmination of modules for the degree programme within the BA (Hons) Health and Social Care Practice (Mental Health) framework. It enables you to synthesise learning from the other modules undertaken during your learning pathway and work independently, under supervision, on a chosen area in a systematic way. It is an extended piece of work and may take a number of forms such as extended case study, small research project, literature review, an audit or a teaching package. The style and manner of the study is negotiated and managed between you and the programme team. The module is self – directed, however you can access up to 12 hours of supervision from an identified supervisor and are given seven-eight self-directed study days over a six-month period.

Credits: 30/40
Level: 6
Location: Duncan Macmillan House, Nottingham
Target: All health and social care professionals
Duration: 7/8 days self directed. 7 days – 30 credits. 8 days – 40 credits.

For further information, please contact: Kieran Fahy. Tel: 07769 710899
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Working with Older People with Mental Health Needs

Overview: This module aims to develop your knowledge, skills and clinical effectiveness through a greater understanding of the issues in caring for older people with mental health needs, including dementia and the processes through which they are applied in practice. There is an underpinning philosophy of person-centred care throughout the module, and this will help you develop a range of skills focused on meeting service user needs.

Credits: 20
Level: 6
Location: Duncan Macmillan House, Nottingham
Target: All health and social care professionals
Duration: 5 days

For further information, please contact: Marissa Lambert . Tel: 01159 969 1300 x 10626
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Coaching in Healthcare Settings

Overview: Coaching has been recognised as a helpful set of skills within organisations. If offers some unique approaches for working with individuals and complements existing supervising skills. Coaching utilises the individual as the principle resource in order to clarify aspirations and develop strategies to realise these aspirations.

Credits: 30
Level: 6
Location: Duncan Macmillan House, Nottingham
Target: Health and social care workers wishing to develop the skills of coaching for supporting and enabling people to introduce and manage change in health and social care.
Duration: 7 days

For further information, please contact: Nicky Bennett. Tel: 01777 247 454.
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Clinical Supervision

Overview: The aim of this module is to enable participants to critically examine the role, function and responsibilities of being a supervisor. It also enables participants to practice the role within a safe environment and receive positive feedback on performance. The module is intended for qualified practitioners seeking preparation for the supervisory role or seeking to understand the theory and practice supervision.

Credits: 20
Level: 6
Location: Duncan Macmillan House, Nottingham
Target: Health and social care professionals preparing for a supervisory role or seeking to understand the theory and practice of supervision.
Duration: 5 days

For further information, please contact: Viv Carton. Tel: 01777 247 454
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