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Mental Health Champions – Class Teacher programme
FRIDAY 25 OCTOBER 2019, DUNDEE
Led by Place2Be, and endorsed by SCEL and the GTCS, this programme is designed for teaching staff who have an interest in developing their knowledge around children and young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing and how to work with this in the classroom.
Health and Social Care – the key role of leadership in achieving effective integration
WEDNESDAY 30 OCTOBER 2019, EDINBURGH
Thinking around leadership and what it means to successfully lead your organisation within the wider landscape of Health and Social Care Integration is changing. This one-day conference will explore the key pressures facing those who lead health and social care services; the leadership skills required to survive and succeed; and the role of leadership in driving effective collaborative working across and between agencies.
The 2019 Mental Health and Wellbeing in Scotland’s Schools conference
THURSDAY 14 NOVEMBER 2019, EDINBURGH
Now in its 4th year, this conference is a key event in the calendar for education and mental health professionals across Scotland. Our 2019 Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools conference is all about sharing ideas, experiences and good practice.
#sleepyteens – adolescent social media use, sleep and wellbeing
THURSDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2019, EDINBURGH
Developed in partnership with the #sleepyteens research project, this half-day training seminar will examine adolescent social media use, sleep and wellbeing; share the findings of the #sleepyteens project and explore how this data can help schools shape lessons and support provision around good sleep education.
Significant case reviews for adults – learning lessons and sharing experiences
WEDNESDAY 04 DECEMBER 2019, GLASGOW
The Scottish Government is currently preparing national guidance for significant case reviews for adults that will bring adults into line with children, where there has been guidance in place since 2015. This half-day conference will focus on the experiences of England, where equivalent Safeguarding Adult Reviews have been in place since 2014 – the recurring themes that have emerged and the lessons learned so far that can be applied by Scottish practitioners.
In-house: Children’s Rights Training
Policy Hub Scotland has teamed up with Tam Baillie, formerly Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People, to design a series of highly interactive ‘Children’s Rights’ masterclasses that can be shaped to suit the learning and development needs of professionals working in schools and wider integrated children’s services.
In-house: Board and Executive Team Development
Our experienced boardroom consultants offer a range of development, training and coaching services to people in leadership roles across the public, private and third sectors.
Including: In-house Masterclasses – Chair, CEO and Board Member Coaching – Our Accelerated Board Performance Programme – Our Improving Boardroom Conversations Programme
In-house: Adults with Incapacity Training
Developed in partnership with Sandra McDonald, the former Public Guardian in Scotland, our in-house AWI training sessions provide professionals and practitioners with the information required to help and advise both adults with incapacity and those supporting them. Each session is shaped to suit the level of a delegate’s knowledge and practical experience in this area.
Including: AWI Foundation Masterclass – AWI Advanced Masterclass – Full-day Interactive Training Session