Bipolar disorder is a condition which, formerly known as manic depression. Sufferers can go through phases of both depression and mania. This Bipolar Disorder course is specifically designed to support staff who care for those with bipolar disorder.
Mental Health Training
This Hearing Voices Awareness Training is delivered onsite to groups of up to 15 learners and is designed to give mental health support workers more of an understanding into peoples’ experiences of Hearing Voices. We also explore how to support an individual presenting with these experiences as a result of them being diagnosed with mental illness or mental health disorder.
This Mental Capacity Act & Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (MCA & DOLS) course provides a background into the Mental Capacity Act and its relationship to DOLS. The Mental Capacity Act (MCA) came into force in 2005 and was the then followed by The Deprivation of Liberties Safeguards (DOLS in 2009).
Who should attend Pat Down Search Training?
This Pat Down Search Training is essential for anyone working within a supportive role who may have to physically search an individual in their care. The course is designed for staff working within adult healthcare environments.
This Professional Boundaries Training course is delivered to groups of up to 15 learners and is designed for staff working within a range of care sectors. Learners will gain a better understanding surrounding the importance of maintaining professional boundaries and how this impacts on employees working in the healthcare sector.
This Eating Disorders Awareness training will give learners an introduction to eating disorders and is suitable of professionals working in a variety of healthcare sectors. Tidal Training have developed the course so that learners leave with a strong foundation in how eating disorders work, why recovery is so difficult, as well as practical advice on the sources of help.
This Sex Offender Awareness training can be delivered onsite to groups of up to fifteen attendees and is specifically designed for healthcare support staff providing care for individuals who have a history of offending. Staff who are assessing and reviewing risk are well placed to build communication with convicted sex offenders with a view to safeguarding vulnerable children and adults. Providing facts about sexual abuse is one of the ways to raise awareness about sexual abuse.
To attend the facilitator course all participants must complete the Critical Incident Stress Debrief (2 Day Course) Full course content coming soon. Please call 01242-371-999 for information and further details
Why is this critical incident stress debriefing training essential?
Following a critical incident, employers and employees are often ill-equipped to handle the chaos of such a catastrophic event like workplace violence, self-harm or suicide. Consequently, those affected by such an event often struggle to regain control of their lives or to regain a sense of normality. Many who have been traumatised by a critical event may eventually need professional attention and care for weeks, months and possibly years to come. The final extent of any traumatic event may never be known or realistically estimated in terms of loss, bereavement, mourning and grief. In the aftermath of any critical incident, psychological reactions are quite common and are often predictable.