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

26
26 Feb
Basic Suicide Prevention
The training is three and a half hours long and covers: • what can make people vulnerable to suicide • warning signs to look out for • how to ask people whether they’re thinking about suicide • protective factors • recognising risk • getting help and support The session involves a PowerPoint presentation, large group discussion, small group work and exercises in pairs. Handouts are provided after the training in electronic format. The session concentrates on adults (rather than children and young people). This isn’t a therapeutic session, it’s a practical, structured training session, which offers techniques and information to enable people to feel more confident to intervene, if they think someone is suicidal. We know that at times people can find suicide prevention training difficult because of personal experiences. The training might stir up difficult feelings for some people, so we ask people to consider this and to choose a time to attend when they feel able to manage any difficult feelings that may arise for them. Information about support for people who feel suicidal, or who have been bereaved by suicide can be found on www.happyoksad.org.uk
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26 Feb
Neurodevelopmental Conditions and Sensory Processing Difficulties
Half days training for professionals who work with families living with children/ young people with a Neurodevelopmental condition and sensory processing difficulties living in Warrington. The course has been developed to provide an introduction to the neurodevelopmental conditions and sensory processing difficulties, for staff working to support children, young people with neurodevelopmental conditions and their families. Certificates of attendance will be issued after the event.
26
26 Feb
Alcohol Information and Brief Advice
This course will consider the health and social care problems associated with alcohol. It has a clear aim to increase your awareness and confidence in delivering advice and information on alcohol and will promote understanding in the part you can play in combating alcohol harm, regardless of your role in this area of work.
26
26 Feb
Infection Control training for Registered nurses
Topics covered will include:- • “To dip or not to dip project” • Sepsis • MRSA • Clostridium difficile • E-Coli Bacteraemia • Scabies • Outbreaks of Infections • Antimicrobial Stewardship • Multi drug Resistant Organisms e.g. VRE/ CPE • TB • Quiz: Who wants to be a “Germ Buster”
27
27 Feb
Premise Manager
Learning Outcomes: • Current regulation relating to buildings • Premise and workplace safety • COSHH • Water Hygiene • Contractors • Risk assessments including fire • Statutory testing • Accident reporting • The legal consequence of inadequate health and safety provision to both the Council and individual employees.