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This specialised course is aimed at Activity Coordinators working with older people. Taking a person-centred and values-based approach, the session will give delegates the tools to develop and deliver an activities portfolio.

This course is designed to develop the knowledge and skills to administer medicines competently within a domiciliary care setting and to understand the need for accurate written documentation.

This course is designed to develop the knowledge and skills to administer medicines competently within a residential care setting and to understand the need for accurate written documentation.

Part of the Adult Bitesize Programme – this is a 1.5 hour course which offers an overview of Advanced Care Planning.

Part of the Adult Bitesize Programme – this is a 1.5 hour course which offers an overview of the Ageing Process.

This specialist course is aimed at staff and volunteers who would be expected to have already undertaken some safeguarding training either within their own organisation or the Working Together training offered through the City of York Safeguarding Children Board prior to attendance on this course.

This is the first in a series of courses based around the requirements of the Mental Capacity Act. Attending the course will provide an overview of the key features of the Mental Capacity Act. If you are new to this topic then this course is for you.

Analytical Report Writing for CYC CSC Social Workers delivered by CAFCASS
Delegates will gain in-depth knowledge in recognising the signs and symptoms of a severe allergic reaction developing at its earliest stages, be able to administer the correct emergency treatment and be confident in assisting a child to administer their emergency medication (auto-injector).
Part of the Adult Bitesize Programme – this is a 1.5 hour course which offers an overview of Arthritis.

This course is aimed primarily at those working in adult care services but is open to all.



This course enables you to uphold your legal duty to manage asbestos, as described in the Control of Asbestos Regulations. It is essential for employees whose work could foreseeably disturb the fabric of a building and expose them to asbestos or those who organise, supervise or influence the work, as described in the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.

Studies show that the ASIST method improves the awareness of suicidal ideation and the confidence of delegates in the community with people who may be at risk. As a result it helps to reduce suicidal feelings in those at risk and is an effective way to help address the issue of suicide by up-skilling delegates, helping to reduce stigma and encouraging help-seeking.

Develop your understanding of autism (including Asperger’s Syndrome)               and strategies and approaches that may be helpful in the classroom. For staff new to working with CYP with Autism and also for those who require a refresher course.

This course is for York teachers / TAs who have already attended Autism Awareness training prior to applying for this course. Delegate MUST have attended "Autism Awareness 1" before attending this course

This course explores Autism in children and the current body of thinking and knowledge about Autistic Spectrum Disorders in children.

This course aims to provide a basic understanding and awareness of neglect, including adolescent neglect and highlight the importance of early intervention and effective multi-agency working practices in securing better outcomes for children and young people.

To raise the quality of babies’ experiences within full day care settings. To increase practitioners knowlege about baby brain development. To boost the confidence, skills and status of practitioners working with babies.


This course is aimed at anyone who requires a course in fire safety.
This course covers the basics of First Aid for 0-19 year olds and is ideal for individuals wanting to gain basic knowledge of what to do in an emergency situation.

This one day course is designed to look in detail at the benefits available for people with mental health problems.

This one day course has been designed to provide an overview of some of the recurring issues that arise when providing advice.

Part of the Adult Bitesize Programme –  1.5 hour course which offers an overview of Bereavement Support.


The Care Act 2014 came into force from 1st  April 2015.  It made some big changes to the way in which care and support is provided to adults and its implications are far ranging across the authority.

Comprehensive 3 full days of mandatory induction training for all new workers in adult social care to assist with the completion of the Care Certificate.

This training programme consists of:
• Introduction to Care Certificate, • Principles of assessment, • Standardisation Exercise regarding assessment of knowledge components

Part of the Adult Bitesize Programme – this is a 1.5 hour course which offers an overview of Catheter Care.


Informal support network for committee members from voluntary pre-school and out of school clubs to discuss and explore relevant issues.

This session is for anyone interested in becoming a childminder.

The forum is open to all childminders and provides an opportunity to meet and network with colleagues and keep up to date with current issues

Online course for individuals in organisations and voluntary groups who work with children and young people, families or adults who may be parents and/or carers, in York, to give a basic awareness of issues in relation to safeguarding children.

This sessions will cover understanding how we communicate and how this can effect others, also we will develop strategies to prevent, manage and intervene in situations.

Part of the Adult Bitesize Programme – this is a 1.5 hour course which offers an overview of Consent.

Part of the Adult Bitesize Programme – this is a 1.5 hour course which offers an overview of Continence.


Course description: • Principles of evidence (including case recording) • An opportunity of giving evidence (role play) • Basic advice of being cross examined and being cross examined (role play)

The sessions will deliver general court skills training and provide an opportunity to practise giving evidence for Children’s Social Workers including NQSW

Part of the Adult Bitesize Programme – this is a 1.5 hour course which offers an overview of Dementia.

Dementia Awareness course to be confirmed - register for a place on waiting list

This course is aimed at managers of Supported Living / Tenancy schemes where Community DoL may apply.

This course covers the DoL Safeguards and is targeted at managers of care homes/hospital settings (Managing Authorities). It will give you an understanding of concepts of Restraint and Restriction within the Mental Capacity Act, the principles of the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) and the referral and assessment process for DoLS.

Part of the Adult Bitesize Programme – this is a 1.5 hour course which offers an overview of Diabetes.


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