This course is only available to UNISON members.
CANCELLED – Resilience – Building Resilience
Do you want to face personal and work challenges, caring for yourself, others, and the task? This workshop helps you identify and use your unique strengths / resilience so you can grow through tough challenges. Understanding the brain, nervous system, emotions and identity is the key to unlocking who you really are by understanding your ‘window of tolerance’ – how you can manage, thrive and respond to demands while staying in your personal power. It is essential to recognize signs of being out of your zone, and how to get back into it.
We will learn from what seem like impossible challenges, including working on live situations in a safe, challenging and fun way. It will be delivered by Dr Rosie Burrows who has worked with people in tough situations locally and internationally to release their unique strengths for over 30 years. She has also published award winning research in this area.
Accrediting Body: Eligible for the Training for the Domiciliary Care /Supported Living Workforce Project administered by NISCC
Tutor: Dr Rosie Burrows
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Although accountability is often perceived as being something to do with blame it is better defined as being able to account for one’s actions. However, a practitioner may also be responsible for the actions of another if care was delegated inappropriately.
This study day will examine the ways in which health care staff may be asked to justify their decisions. It will include discussion on maintaining good electronic and hard copy records, understanding Data Protection, Freedom of Information and policy.
The day will also orientate participants to NMC regulation and explain Fitness to Practice proceedings. It is targeted at nurses and midwives. It will be delivered by Dr Jane Wright who has a background in Nurse Education and currently advises and represents professionals who come to the attention of their professional regulator
Bullying in a work environment can cause tremendous emotional distress as well as severely impact on people’s capacity to carry out their role. Employers have a duty of care to employees and there are a number of remedies you can pursue if you believe you are being bullied. For managers it is important to ensure that staff are enabled to work in a supportive environment which maximises their ability to contribute. Sometimes there is a blurred line between performance management and a belief by the staff member that they are being bullied. This course will explore the employer’s duty of care, what constitutes bullying, what remedies are available to someone who is experiencing it and how managers can respond pro-actively.
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