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St Werburghs Development Centre, Boswell Avenue, Warrington, Cheshire, WA4 6DQ.
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Upcoming Training & Events

17
17 Jul
Food Safety Level 2
Objectives for the session include: • To be able to describe the importance of food safety and the associated high risk groups. • To examine the processes included within effective food safety management systems • To be able to list significant illnesses in relation to poor practice • To discuss the principles of food safety in a kitchen environment • To identify poor practice and how to overcome this
17
17 Jul
Looking after your wellbeing using www.happyoksad.org.uk
Purpose of the workshop: • To familiarise people with the “wellbeing” section of Warrington’s mental health awareness website www.happyoksad.org.uk • To provide people with knowledge of where they can find a range of free evidenced-based self-help resources, that can be used to maintain or improve mental wellbeing The workshop includes a PowerPoint presentation, discussion in small groups and exercises illustrating different self-help resources people can use to look after their mental wellbeing. An important part of looking after mental wellbeing is asking for support, so the workshop also covers where on the site people can find information about mental health support services; and where they can get support if they need urgent help
17
17 Jul
McKinley Syringe Drivers
Short session for qualified nurses - covering the theory and practice of the use of syringe drivers and the opportunity to discuss the use of end of life drugs
17
17 Jul
Capacity, Best Interest, Decision Making in End of Life Care
Will cover: Capacity : Mental Capacity Act Overview Best Interest: how decisions are made Decision Making: parties involved and issues to be considered in end of life care situations
18
18 Jul
Connect 5 Session 2 - Brief Mental Wellbeing Intervention
Please note - you must have attended Session 1 to be eligible to attend Session 2 The Connect 5 training is based on a cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) approach. This approach can help people to recognise and change some of the unhelpful patterns of thinking or behaviour that are behind their difficulties, so people can then improve the way they feel on a daily basis.