"Skills for Life Diagnostics"
Accredited Training For Professionals and Teams Who Support People Who Have A Learning Disability Who Are at Risk of Offending. Julian Yates – Senior Practice Consultant Eileen Flavelle – Chief Executive Accredited Training WELCOME Who are Waymarks? Who do we support? What do we do? Accredited Training Introducing Waymarks Education Centre:- How does our education centre operate? Partnerships. The philosophy behind the centre – Teachers who practice. The deficits in our vocational course options. Why do we write courses? Individually tailored course design – Learning credits. Accredited Training What courses do we offer – Our Prospectus The Higher Professional Diploma in Learning Disability Level 4 2 Professional Pathways Manager of a Learning Specialist Practitioner Disability Service 12 Units of 34 18 Months !2 Assignments Accredited Training HPD in Therapeutic Approaches DITA Therapeutic skills based 18 months 12 units Accredited by NOCN Only available from Waymarks!! UNIT NO UNIT TITLE 1 New approaches to supporting people who have a Learning disability 2 Skills in teaching, learning, reflection and development 3 Developing personalization 4 Enable Risk and Choice 5 Individual Service Design 6 Develop strategies to enable people to understand and be safe from abuse 7 Bullying and Neglect (Reducing devaluation processes and oppression) 8 Interactive and humanistic development strategies 9 Developing and enabling communication 10 Advanced assessment and planning skills 11 Developing supports for people who have Autistic Spectrum disabilities 12 Developing supports for people who experience mental ill health 13 Developing approaches to supporting people who are at risk of offending 14 Positive approaches to supporting people with behaviors and self harm 15 Developing approaches to supporting people who have sensory loss 16 Developing supports for people who have epilepsy 17 Developing approaches to supporting positive sexuality 18 Develop approaches to support social understanding 19 Developing strategies to enable inclusion Accredited Training LDQ Award (Level 2 and 3) Waymarks level 2 and 3 certificate and diploma award options 7303 Teaching course (levels 3 and 4) The pick and mix menu options and designer syllabus construction options Single units and learning credits Accredited Training Units specific to supporting people who offend:- 1. Supporting people who have a learning disability who sexually abuse others. Level 3 unit Designed for support teams 4 day course Written assignment Accredited Training Unit content: Defining sexual offences Differentiating abuse from sexual mistakes due to a lack of understanding Personal and social profile/characteristics of perpetrators Factors which influence sexual offending in perpetrators who have a learning disability Priorities and do’s and don'ts Accredited Training The impact of offending on individual service design Clinical risk management approaches Models of support and interventions to support people who offend Agencies and their roles/functions Understanding and managing emotions in those supporting offenders Developing consistent and coherent supports Accredited Training 2. Developing approaches to support people who have a learning disability who are at risk of offending. Level 4 unit 4 days Designed for managers and practitioners Assessed by written assignment and practice Accredited Training Unit Content: Issues influencing development of sexuality in people who have a learning disability Power and control issues in offending Who do we serve? Understanding processes in offending Mapping processes Disinhibitors and pre-cursors Accredited Training Understanding the characteristics of target groups The influence of desire on behaviors and abilities Factors which influence offending in people who have a learning disability Perceptive issues, abstraction and cognitive differences Deviant arousal Fantasy/reality differentiation, warp and split Accredited Training Current research Tools for use in managing clinical risk Empathy, compassion, conscience and guilt Identity factors Insight and foresight Use of “get help drills” and exit strategies Personal agreements Accredited Training Social acting Tools for individual service design Clinical assessment, liability and safety Characteristics of community risk Responding to relapse triggers Managing opportunistic behaviors Grooming teams Accredited Training Developmental tools and supportive therapies Sex offender treatment programmes Managing pornography, media and exposure to materials Joint working Case studies Education Self management strategies Unobtrusive observation and self modeling Accredited Training Questions Accredited Training CONTACT US: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Web: http://www.waymarks.org.uk Phone: 01752 264467