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79929| University of Birmingham| Understanding Haematology tests- When to Refer|

Course Overview
The following areas of haematology will be discussed; red cells and haemoglobin, white cells, platelets and coagulation, the common laboratory tests used, how to interpret them and parameters at which referral to a haematologist is indicated.

Learning outcomes
At the end of this course you will have:
- An understanding of the tests used in all areas of haematology
- An ability to interpret results from these tests
- A knowledge of when to refer patients to a haematologist based upon abnormal laboratory test results

79928| University of Birmingham| Anticoagulation Masterclass for Nurses|

Learning Objectives
- Knowledge of the principles of anticoagulation therapy, indications for use, side effects & interactions
- Knowledge of point of care devices, INR testing & quality assurance
-Knowledge of professional guidelines for management of oral anticoagulation, audit procedures & protocol development.

Faculty
Professor David Fitzmaurice
GP & Professor of Primary Care,
University of Birmingham

Dr Will Lester
Consultant Haematologist,
Univerisity Hospitals Birmingham

79898| University of Birmingham| Lung Cancer Study Day|

This one day course is aimed at GPs and medical trainees with an interest in lung cancer, but is suitable for any healthcare professional regularly managing lung cancer patients. The course will cover diagnosis and management of all stages of disease
through a combination of lectures and facilitated discussion of case studies; the latter will be done in small groups if delegate numbers allow.

79894| University of Birmingham| GI Update for Primary Care|

GI update for Primary Care

7th June 2016

This one day course is aimed at GPs with an interest in learning more about managing gastrointestinal medicine, but is suitable for any healthcare professional regularly managing patients with irritable bowel, inflammatory bowel and upper gastrointestinal diseases, such as specialist nurses, practice nurses and junior doctors. It aims to cover how to diagnose and manage IBD, IBS and reflux through a combination of lectures and small group work. Lectures will also include managing exacerbations and diagnostic dilemmas,
such as overlaps.

Please contact a.partleton@bham.ac.uk for more information

79855| Multiple Locations| Executive Certificate, in Environmental Governance|

STRATEGIC THINKING ON THE MOST PRESSING CHALLENGES FOR ORGANISATIONS, COMPANIES AND GOVERNMENTS

 

10 –18 March and 26 May - 3 June 2016

 

Objectives

> Gain critical insights into the current and future dynamics of environmental governance, from the 2015 SDGs and Cop21 to horizons for 2030
> Develop a broad knowledge over four main domains of environmental governance (energy, climate change, food security, and water governance) and their interactions
> Take the lead in the formulation of proactive responses to environmental challenges

Geneva and the Graduate Institute

The Graduate Institute is located at the heart of International Geneva, in Switzerland. Participants in this programme have a unique opportunity to network with academic experts of the Graduate Institute and partner institutions and benefit from their worldwide network of practitioners.

Audience

Executives and mid-career leaders from all sectors and professional backgrounds (non-governmental and international organisations, private sector companies, public administrations and private foundations) who wish to
build their capacity to understand and tackle environmental challenges.

Degree

Successful participants will receive an Executive Certificate (Certificate of Advanced Studies) in Environmental Governance from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (15 ECTS). Can be combined with other programmes leading to an Executive Master.

79856| Multiple Locations| Executive Certificate, in Environmental Governance|

STRATEGIC THINKING ON THE MOST PRESSING CHALLENGES FOR ORGANISATIONS, COMPANIES AND GOVERNMENTS

 

10 –18 March and 26 May - 3 June 2016

 

Objectives

> Gain critical insights into the current and future dynamics of environmental governance, from the 2015 SDGs and Cop21 to horizons for 2030
> Develop a broad knowledge over four main domains of environmental governance (energy, climate change, food security, and water governance) and their interactions
> Take the lead in the formulation of proactive responses to environmental challenges

Geneva and the Graduate Institute

The Graduate Institute is located at the heart of International Geneva, in Switzerland. Participants in this programme have a unique opportunity to network with academic experts of the Graduate Institute and partner institutions and benefit from their worldwide network of practitioners.

Audience

Executives and mid-career leaders from all sectors and professional backgrounds (non-governmental and international organisations, private sector companies, public administrations and private foundations) who wish to
build their capacity to understand and tackle environmental challenges.

Degree

Successful participants will receive an Executive Certificate (Certificate of Advanced Studies) in Environmental Governance from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (15 ECTS). Can be combined with other programmes leading to an Executive Master.

79854| University of East Anglia| Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Older People|

The world is experiencing an unprecedented demographic shift that will impact on the structure of societies. As a consequence of such change, many more psychotherapists are increasingly likely to come into contact with older people seeking help.

This course provides generalist practitioners in clinical psychology with fundamental knowledge needed to gain confidence in applying cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) with older people.

This course provides therapists with a clear rationale for treatment interventions, not just the ‘what to’ and ‘how to do’ but the ‘why’ of interventions, so that anyone with the most basic understanding of CBT will be able to use the information to tailor effective therapy for older people.

79853| University of East Anglia| Pharmacogenetics & Stratified Medicine: uncovering the science behind personalised medicine|

UEA’s Faculty of Medicine and Health is proud to launch this online course to help develop understanding of personalised medicine and its connection to the science and application of pharmacogenetics. This will help practitioners to become more effective in making informed choices to guide treatment and other choices around patient management.

Using clinical case scenarios, this is a newly generated, interactive online course.  Starting on Monday 29 February 2016, this course will provide a flexible and supported online learning experience. 

79850| Multiple Locations| Bitcoin, Blockchain and Beyond|

Coinsilium Training brings you Bitcoin, Blockchain and Beyond, a one day CPD accredited course which provides attendees with an entry level understanding of the technology and cryptocurrency.

Bitcoin and blockchain are grabbing the attentions of governments, banks, financial bodies, City institutions and investors alike. More companies are finding they require knowledge of this new technology and resulting applications in order to keep up in this fast-paced environment.

Sign-up to secure your place on the only bitcoin and blockchain-focused CPD accredited course, to ensure you’re prepared for the next financial and technological revolution.

There is a course every month the cost is:

Early Bird £350

Normal £450

All prices are plus VAT

For more information or book yourself on the course please follow the link below:

http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bitcoin-blockchain-and-beyond-tickets-19574386517?aff=es2

 

79848| Multiple Locations| Bitcoin, Blockchain and Beyond|

Coinsilium Training brings you Bitcoin, Blockchain and Beyond, a one day CPD accredited course which provides attendees with an entry level understanding of the technology and cryptocurrency.

Bitcoin and blockchain are grabbing the attentions of governments, banks, financial bodies, City institutions and investors alike. More companies are finding they require knowledge of this new technology and resulting applications in order to keep up in this fast-paced environment.

Sign-up to secure your place on the only bitcoin and blockchain-focused CPD accredited course, to ensure you’re prepared for the next financial and technological revolution.

There is a course every month the cost is:

Early Bird £350

Normal £450

All prices are plus VAT

For more information or book yourself on the course please follow the link below:

http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bitcoin-blockchain-and-beyond-tickets-19574386517?aff=es2

 

79849| Multiple Locations| Bitcoin, Blockchain and Beyond|

Coinsilium Training brings you Bitcoin, Blockchain and Beyond, a one day CPD accredited course which provides attendees with an entry level understanding of the technology and cryptocurrency.

Bitcoin and blockchain are grabbing the attentions of governments, banks, financial bodies, City institutions and investors alike. More companies are finding they require knowledge of this new technology and resulting applications in order to keep up in this fast-paced environment.

Sign-up to secure your place on the only bitcoin and blockchain-focused CPD accredited course, to ensure you’re prepared for the next financial and technological revolution.

There is a course every month the cost is:

Early Bird £350

Normal £450

All prices are plus VAT

For more information or book yourself on the course please follow the link below:

http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bitcoin-blockchain-and-beyond-tickets-19574386517?aff=es2

 

79842| ONCORE ePD| Puppy Classes|

COURSE SUMMARY

Do you run puppy 'parties'? Do they go as well as you think they could? Or maybe you'd really like to set up puppy classes, but are not quite sure where to start? And it's so important that we get the advice right, at this crucial stage in dog development!

A well-run, professional puppy course is a wonderful thing - clients look to veterinary professionals for the best advice, and we should be ready to give it!
Veterinary nurses, technicians and vets have a vital role to play in helping owners to set their new pups up to become a well-balanced, focused and confident friend for life.

This course offers a wealth of information on the basics of puppy behaviour and training, logistics of setting up and running classes, puppy behaviour management and trouble-shooting.

Learn how to set up and run the Perfect Puppy Class right from the start, and create your own guidelines and supporting materials with this interactive, supported module.

 

 

TUTOR Linda Ryan DipAVN (Medical) VTS (Oncology) RVN

 

79841| ONCORE ePD| Low Stress Handling in Dogs|

COURSE SUMMARY

We probably all see stressed dogs on practice - from those that are a little nervous, to the terrified dog that becomes defensive, aggressive, and dangerous or even impossible to handle. What can we do to make dogs' visits a safer, more positive situation for everyone?

This interactive, tutored course will look at some basic background dog behaviour, give you tools for reading the signs of stress, and help you to learn ideas and solutions for making canine visits easier and more harmonious for everyone! We'll also look at how to educate owners in making their dog's visit less stressful.

As part of the course you'll even create a protocol and leafet (with feedback from your tutor) to take back to practice and share your learning.

 

TUTOR Linda Ryan DipAVN (Medical) VTS (Oncology) RVN

 

79779| Multiple Locations| Cyber Security Penetration Testing (CSPT) Blended Learning|

Cyber Security Penetration Testing (CSPT)

This course develops both the theory and practical skills of penetration testing and on completion allows candidates to work in this field with the competencies that will allow them to undertake the professional examinations that lead to industry certification. The technical content of the CHECK Team Member examinations are covered in detail and candidates attending and passing this exam will be well placed to complete the Cyber Scheme, Tigerscheme or Crest examinations. The associated examinations are developed to the same technical standards as the CHECK examinations. This is the most extensive course we offer in penetration testing and includes a full methodology of penetration testing, the practical use of the tools and a hands-on assessment of skills. Full details of this course and the assessment process are available on the Simplify IT website.

79777| Glasgow Caledonian University| Digital Forensics First Response (DFFR)|

Digital Forensics First Response (DFFR) 2 day course

This two-day forensics course is designed to allow a ‘competent’ member of technical staff to collect computer evidence in a safe and acceptable manner.  The course will include coverage of the latest ACPO guidelines and safe handling of evidence in addition to assessment of an incident and subsequent sound acquisition of digital evidence.

Regardless of the nature of a digital incident and where it has happened, first response is the most critical stage.  Incorrect handling of evidence at this stage could destroy vital evidence and/or lead to a case being inadmissible in court.  It is imperative that the digital forensic process and strategy are beyond question.  Successful completion of this course and the associated assessment will confer Digital Forensic First Responder status and state competence to collect digital evidence for use in a UK court of law.  Full details of this course and the associated assessment are available on the Simplify IT website.

79776| Glasgow Caledonian University| Secure Web Application Testing|

Secure Web Application Testing (SWAT) 3 day course

This three-day course is suitable for anyone who develops web applications and as such would be suitable for software engineers, software architects and web developers wishing to know how to protect their web systems and applications against malicious attacks.  The course takes a broad brush across the OWASP Top 10 before providing candidates with a detailed coverage of a number of the common attack vectors and associated attack techniques.  This will include steps to mitigate attacks where appropriate.  The final day includes a ½ day web application test, which will take candidates through the content of the course and allow them to look for OWASP top-10 vulnerabilities using a range of manual and automated techniques.  Full details of this course and the assessment process are available on the Simplify IT website.

79775| Glasgow Caledonian University| Cyber Security Penetration Testing (CSPT)|

Cyber Security Penetration Testing (CSPT)

This five-day course develops both the theory and practical skills of penetration testing and on completion allows candidates to work in this field with the competencies that will allow them to undertake the professional examinations that lead to industry certification.  The technical content of the CHECK Team Member examinations are covered in detail and candidates attending and passing this exam will be well placed to complete the Cyber Scheme, Tigerscheme or Crest examinations.  The associated examinations are developed to the same technical standards as the CHECK examinations.  This is the most extensive course we offer in penetration testing and includes a full methodology of penetration testing, the practical use of the tools and a hands-on assessment of skills.  Full details of this course and the assessment process are available on the Simplify IT website.

79774| Glasgow Caledonian University| Oracle Database Design and Programming with SQL|

The ICT Academy offers part-time, evening based training in Oracle database certification delivered by approved Oracle instructors.

Oracle database certification teaches you how to perform complex, hands-on activities through labs, study and practice. Achieving Oracle Database certification advances and maximises your career potential and validates your capabilities.

Oracle Database technology is used by the world's leading companies to manage critical business functions, systems and processes. The process of becoming Oracle Database certified broadens your knowledge and skills by exposing you to a wide range of important database features, functions and tasks. 

Database Design and Programming with SQL

In this course you will learn how to design a database from the ground up using conceptual modelling techniques. You will then learn how to write a wide-range of SQL queries to analyse and manipulate a database in a variety of interesting and powerful ways.

Once you have completed the course, you may choose to progress onto the Oracle professional level examinations in SQL.

79772| Glasgow Caledonian University| Vmware VSphere 6.0|

VMware training and Certification

Becoming a VMware Certified Professional (VCP) is your first step towards gaining expertise in virtual infrastructure and the industry recognition that follows. This certification is designed to teach you to successfully install, manage and deploy VMware vSphere 6.0. In order to become a VCP you must sit the instructor-led course.

The ICT Academy is an authorised VMware IT Academy, offering certified training in VMware vSphere 6.0 via instructor led classes or through blended learning, allowing you to combine work and study.  

vSphere version 6.0

This hands on training course explores installation, configuration and management of VMware® vSphere™, which consists of ESX™ and VMware vCenter™ Server. Upon completion of this course, you can take an examination to become a VMware Certified Professional.

Please note, exams must be booked and paid for separately via a Pearson Vue testing centre.

79764| Multiple Locations| Nursing/Midwifery/Professional Practice (BSc/CPD short courses)|

Our Level 6 (undergraduate-level) units in Nursing/Midwifery/Professional Practice are aimed at qualified nurses and midwives, and can be taken as individual CPD courses or used to work towards a full BSc qualification.

You will study on a part-time basis, with BSc students given up to five years to achieve the full award.

Our flexible programme consists of four specialist subject areas that each have their own units, while also sharing a range of core course units. The subject areas are:

- cancer and palliative care;
- critical/surgical care;
- maternal and child health;
- mental health.

You can visit our website to see a full list of all course units.

Please note that we offer separate BNurs and BMidwif courses for those who wish to study for a pre-registration nursing or midwifery undergraduate degree. We also offer full master's courses and a number of Level 7 (master's-level) units for CPD purposes.

Who the course is for and entry requirements

Our Nursing/Midwifery/Professional Practice units are aimed at qualified nurses and midwives who currently hold a diploma and want to work towards a full BSc, or take individual CPD units to develop their knowledge and skills in specific areas.

Please see our website for a full list of entry of requirements.

Unique features

Our core course units are designed to complement your specialist skills and enhance your professional development so that you can plan and deliver effective evidence-based care in any practice setting.

Our specialist units enable you to focus on particular areas of nursing and midwifery to help you pursue specific interests and develop specialist skills.

Course duration, fees and how to book

Individual CPD units vary in length, with start dates throughout autumn and spring. All units are studied on a part-time basis, and those pursuing a BSc award have up to five years to accumulate the Level 6 credits required.

Fees for part-time standalone course units for self/employer funded students vary dependent on the number of academic credits. Generally, fees for entry in the academic year beginning September 2016 are as follows:

- UK/EU students: £1,080 (20-credit units); £2,160 (40 credits)
- International students: £2,160 (20-credit units); £4,320 (40 credits)

The method of application will depend on whether you're self-funded or receiving funding through the Service Level Agreement (SLA).

For more information on start dates, funding and how to apply, please visit our website.

79765| Multiple Locations| Nursing/Midwifery/Professional Practice (BSc/CPD short courses)|

Our Level 6 (undergraduate-level) units in Nursing/Midwifery/Professional Practice are aimed at qualified nurses and midwives, and can be taken as individual CPD courses or used to work towards a full BSc qualification.

You will study on a part-time basis, with BSc students given up to five years to achieve the full award.

Our flexible programme consists of four specialist subject areas that each have their own units, while also sharing a range of core course units. The subject areas are:

- cancer and palliative care;
- critical/surgical care;
- maternal and child health;
- mental health.

You can visit our website to see a full list of all course units.

Please note that we offer separate BNurs and BMidwif courses for those who wish to study for a pre-registration nursing or midwifery undergraduate degree. We also offer full master's courses and a number of Level 7 (master's-level) units for CPD purposes.

Who the course is for and entry requirements

Our Nursing/Midwifery/Professional Practice units are aimed at qualified nurses and midwives who currently hold a diploma and want to work towards a full BSc, or take individual CPD units to develop their knowledge and skills in specific areas.

Please see our website for a full list of entry of requirements.

Unique features

Our core course units are designed to complement your specialist skills and enhance your professional development so that you can plan and deliver effective evidence-based care in any practice setting.

Our specialist units enable you to focus on particular areas of nursing and midwifery to help you pursue specific interests and develop specialist skills.

Course duration, fees and how to book

Individual CPD units vary in length, with start dates throughout autumn and spring. All units are studied on a part-time basis, and those pursuing a BSc award have up to five years to accumulate the Level 6 credits required.

Fees for part-time standalone course units for self/employer funded students vary dependent on the number of academic credits. Generally, fees for entry in the academic year beginning September 2016 are as follows:

- UK/EU students: £1,080 (20-credit units); £2,160 (40 credits)
- International students: £2,160 (20-credit units); £4,320 (40 credits)

The method of application will depend on whether you're self-funded or receiving funding through the Service Level Agreement (SLA).

For more information on start dates, funding and how to apply, please visit our website.

79763| University of Portsmouth| Forensic aspects of bite mark examination - The journey from crime to court|

This course will show you how to deal with marks, bite marks and other signs of abuse, how to record the evidence and present your findings in court.

Bite marks and other patterned bruising marks left on the human body in cases of child abuse (NAI), spouse and senior abuse, murder and rape cases can often be traced to a perpetrator, but early recognition is essential and how to deal with such cases is often not understood by practitioners.  If the evidence is mishandled it can lead to difficulties in presenting the evidence in court. Safeguarding is now a mandatory CPD requirement of the GDC and other Health Care Regulators.

By attending this course you will be able to: 

1. recognise non accidental injury and bite marks on a victim.
2. know how to deal with marks, bite marks and other related evidence properly.
3. have an understanding of the correct photographic techniques for preserving bite mark evidence.
4. prepare for presentation of your evidence in court.

Delegate Fees

Dental Nurse £60.00

Dental Hygienist and Dental Therapist £70.00

Non Dental Care Professional £70.00

Dentist £80.00

79759| University of Portsmouth| Prescribing radiographs for dental hygienists and therapists (IRMER update included)|

This course will enable delegates to prescribe, justify and interpret radiographs and will also include an update on  IRMER radiography.

During this course you will learn how to diagnose and treatment plan within your competence, prescribe radiographs and take, process and interpret various film views used in general dental practice. This course will also include an update on radiography and radiation protection training as required by the GDC.

All participants must be fully radiography trained before attending this course.

Please note - Immediately after the course a certificate of attendance will be issued for 6 hours of CPD. 

In order to gain a certificate of competence you will need to bring with you a letter of support from your supervising dentist/mentor stating they are happy to support you with the completion of a portfolio. Once you have completed the course you will need to submit evidence of:

A. Ten supervised radiographs (Logbook)
B. A radiographic report on two sets of bite wings.
C. Two peri-apicals radiographs (1 anterior and 1 posterior PA).

By attending this course the candidates will:

1. Receive an update on current guidelines in prescribing radiographs in general dental practice
2. Demonstrate (within their scope of practice)how to  justify (prescribe) and quality assess the radiographs taken
3. Demonstrate (within their scope of practice) how to interpret and produce radiographic reports and undertake audits for quality of radiographs

79757| University of Portsmouth| Managing medically compromised patients in a dental practice|

The course aims to provide 2.5 hours of update on management of medically compromised patients in general dental practice.

Managing medically compromised patient’s in general dental practice can be challenging but when handled correctly be a rewarding experience. It can be a practice builder and lead to stress free practice. This course is full of practical tips on managing these patients.

By attending this course the candidates will able to
1. Refresh their knowledge on medically compromised patients that are seen in the general dental practice.
2. Risk assess the medically compromised patients in general practice.
3. Tailor the dental treatment in such patients and make it safe for the patient and for you as a practitioner.

79756| University of Portsmouth| Local Anaesthesia in Dentistry - A hands-on refresher course|

This course will provide delegates with an update on the theoretical knowledge and clinical skills of local anaesthesia.

Successful local anaesthesia is essential for pain free dentistry and patient comfort. It is a technique sensitive skill that is developed with continual practice. Clinicians that deliver less or no LA since training within their current roles will benefit from this refresher course to update skills and theoretical knowledge.

By attending this course the candidates will:

1. be updated on relevant anatomy, physiology and pharmacology in relation to local anaesthetics
2. learn about the theoretical and clinical skills involved in delivering infiltration anaesthesia.
3. learn about the theoretical and clinical skills involved in delivering regional block anaesthesia.

79746| University of Birmingham| Anticoagulation Update Day|

A one day conference for graduates of our three day masters accredited anticoagulation course working in anticoag clinics, looking at updates to research, practice and NHS guidelines with leading figures from the world of anticoagulation. 

Programme:

09.15 Welcome

09.30 Patient Self Management - Implementation Mr Ian Dove

10.30 Tea and Exhibition

11.00 Is Venous Thrombosis a problem in care homes? Professor David Fitzmaurice

11.30 Update on AF NICE Guidelines Dr Matthew Fay

12.15 Lunch and exhibition

13.15 Update on NOACs Dr Bethan Myers

14.00 Thrombolysis Dr Mary MacLeod

14.30 Coffee

14.45 Debate: “This house believes that all patients with DVT should receive Elasticated Compression Stockings”
For: Dr Will Lester Against: Dr Patrick Kesteven

15.30 Case Scenarios

79737| King's College London| Epidemiology and Statistics for Mental Health Research|

Course Dates: 7 - 18 March 2016

The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, Health Service and Population Research Department are pleased to offer an Epidemiology and Statistics for Mental Health Research short course. 

This ten day course, led by Professor Craig Morgan, will provide participants with a thorough grounding in core epidemiological principles and methods central to mental health research, as well as the appropriate statistical methods for data analysis.

Teaching will be through lectures and practical sessions involving the analysis and interpretation of practice datasets using the statistical software package STATA.

On completion of the course, participants will:

1) Have a good understanding of core epidemiological concepts, such as chance, bias, confounding and causation, and measurement and will be able to apply this understanding to the design, conduct, and interpretation of research studies and the critical appraisal of research papers.

2) Be able to describe the main study designs (i.e., cross-sectional, case-control, cohort, and randomised-controlled trial) and their relative strengths and weaknesses.

3) Be able to select, carry out, and report on appropriate univariable analyses of continuous (i.e., t-tests, rank-sum tests, parametric, and non-parametric correlations) and categorical data (i.e., z-tests, chi-square tests, risk differences and ratios, and odds ratios).

4) Understand the purpose of, and be able to perform, stratified and multivariable analyses, including in linear and logistic regression.

5) Have a good understanding of, and be able to conduct, systematic reviews and meta-analyses

For further information on this and other courses offered by the Health Service & Population Research Department at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, please visit our website:

http://www.kcl.ac.uk/ioppn/depts/hspr/study/Shortcourses.aspx

Or contact:

hspr-summerschools@kcl.ac.uk

79725| Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust| Home Mechanical Ventilation UK Meeting 2016|

Registration for the annual HMV UK Meeting is now open and it will once again be hosted in the stunning Governors Hall at St Thomas’. The meeting invites healthcare professionals from around the country together to learn invaluable information about the latest advances in the management of children and adults with chronic respiratory failure.

The meeting will comprise of lectures, clinical trial updates, case studies an Q&A sessions. It is open to all healthcare and allied healthcare professionals that either care for patients dependent on home mechanical ventilation, or that have an interest in this area and its’ specialist technologies.

6 CPD Points have been applied for from The Royal College of Physicians

http://www.guysandstthomasevents.co.uk/home-mechanical-ventilation-uk-meeting-2016/

79724| University of Manchester| SAVRY - Structured Assessment of Violence Risk in Youth (two-day workshop)|

Our two-day training workshop in SAVRY (Structured Assessment of Violence Risk in Youth) on 2 and 3 June 2016 offers an insight into best practice in violence risk assessment with adolescents.

Run by the Forensic Academy at The University of Manchester, this training is aimed at professionals involved in the assessment and management of violence risk in young people, and will aid your formulation and management plans.

More information on learning objectives can be found in the course information document (PDF, 437KB) on our website.

The training will be led by Dr Paulette Farnworth, Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Adolescent Forensic Unit for Greater Manchester West, and Dr Charlotte Lennox, researcher in mental health needs and risk assessment for adolescents at The University of Manchester.

Who the course is for and entry requirements

This training event is suitable for any professional working with young people who is expected to assess and manage the risk of violence, including mental health professionals, youth offending service staff, prison service staff, specialist educational staff, social workers, lecturers and researchers.

Unique features

The training will enable you to use Structured Professional Judgement tools, including the SAVRY, as well as understand School Threat Assessment and Offence Analysis.

You will also look at theories of violence in young people, within a developmental context and the rationale for the structured professional judgment approach to risk management.

Course duration, fees and how to book

Our workshop will run from 9:15am to 4:30pm on Thursday 2 and Friday 3 June 2016 in Room G306a in Jean McFarlane Building at The University of Manchester.

The course fee is £349 and includes the SAVRY manual, learning materials, lunch and refreshments.

You can book a place online through The University of Manchester's online store, or you can download and fill in the booking form and return it by post.

79701| Multiple Locations| Natural Hygiene and Health Science|

The Health Science University is an International School of natural hygiene and health science.

Its objective is to provide to every health and wellbeing professional and worker a variety of knowledges and safe and proved techniques, definitely innovative, that can be integrated in their today methods, so that they can:

-Assure to everyone an amazing multi-disciplinary approach -Integrate in their basic skills a wider knowledge of natural nutrition and a new paradigm of health and wellbeing, including mental and spiritual balance of the person.

Health Science University, Internation School of Natural Hygiene and Health Science lasts 11 months for a total amount of 80 hours.

In the first year 9 lessons on a monthly base - lasting 8 hours each -, a break in August and a day dedicated to final tests are foreseen.

Lessons are scheduled on Sunday from 9.30 a.m. until 6.30 p.m.

Lessons in Italian, translation in English available on demand.

The Health Science University – First International School of Natural Hygiene and Health Science is locatedinEmilia Romagna, in Imola.

Every national and international health worker, olistic worker and wellbeing worker can subscribe to the Health Science University, First International School of Natural Hygiene and Health Science.

The subscription is also open to every labour categories listed in the dedicated section and to every person interested in the discipline for his/her personal use.

COSTS

Single payment

1.100 euro (VAT exempt)

Single tranche

Two payments

600 euro each (VAT exempt)

The first one at the subcription time

The second one in June 2016

Four payments

330 each (VAT exempt)

The first one at the subcription time

The second one in May 2016

The third one in July 2016

The fourth in September 2016

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