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Code: CWC 17/002 A quick guide to eLearning

If you're new to eLearning, this brief course will take you through the basics, from simple navigation to what happens after you complete a course.

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Code: ASC 17/001 Armed Forces Covenant E-Learning

This basic awareness e-learning module is for all staff who may work with people currently or formerly in the armed forces, and who may have health and social care support needs. 

 

The module has been developed by the Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire Armed Forces Covenant Partnership. It explains the commitment of the Armed Forces Covenant and how it can be honoured and implemented in the Community. 

 

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Code: ASC 18/003 Domestic Abuse - Foundation Module 1: What is domestic abuse?

This e-learning tool is the first of three foundation modules designed to provide participants with a basic knowledge of domestic abuse. The modules are aimed at all staff who work with service users, carers and families.

 

Code: ASC 18/004 Domestic Abuse - Foundation Module 2: Impact and building resilience, and barriers to seeking support

This e-learning tool is the second of three modules designed to provide participants with a basic knowledge of domestic abuse. The modules are aimed at all staff who work with clients, carers and families.

 

 

Code: ASC 18/005 Domestic Abuse - Foundation Module 3: Risk identification, assessment and management

This e-learning tool is the last of three modules designed to provide participants with a basic knowledge of domestic abuse. The modules are aimed at all staff who work with clients, carers and families.

 

Code: CWC 20/003 Early Help Keywork

By the end of this 30 minute module participants will have the opportunity to learn about the Early Help service and how Early Help Keyworkers work.  Learners will also be able to find out how families are referred to the Service.

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Code: CWC 20/011 Introduction to child criminal exploitation and child sexual exploitation: Module 1

This is the first module of a two module course that will give you an introduction to child criminal exploitation (CCE) and child sexual exploitation (CSE) and prepare you for further classroom-based learning. They replace the previous single module: Child Sexual Abuse - Introduction to child sexual exploitation.

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Code: CWC 20/012 Introduction to child criminal exploitation and child sexual exploitation: Module 2

This is the second module of a two module course that will give you an introduction to child criminal exploitation (CCE) and child sexual exploitation (CSE) and prepare you for further classroom-based learning. They replace the previous single module: Child Sexual Abuse - Introduction to child sexual exploitation.

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Code: CWC 18/001 Mental Health Professional Module 4 - Initial assessment & Intervention

This module is designed for 'professional' level practitioners working with adults, adolescents, parents and carers. It focuses on direct assessment and intervention skills, including assessment tools.  The module is paired with Mental Health Professional Module 5: Intervention and the five ways to wellbeing. 

Completion of both these modules are a prerequisite for the 1 day professional workshop: Parental Mental Health: Supporting Wellness, Recovery and Access to Services.

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Code: CWC 18/002 Mental Health Professional Module 5 - Intervention and the five ways to wellbeing

This module is designed for 'professional' level practitioners working with adults, adolescents, parents and carers. It focuses on direct assessment and intervention skills, including assessment tools. The module is paired with Mental Health Professional Module 4; Initial assessment & Intervention. 

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Code: CWC 18/013 Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

This eLearning is designed to raise your awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking and to help you recognise your role in identifying and reporting concerns. It may be viewed as a stand-alone module but is also a prerequisite for any ESCC classroom training around modern slavery.

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Code: CWC 21/001 Preventing Violent Extremism

This course introduces learners to the Prevent Counter Terrorism Strategy. Participants will develop an understanding of the Prevent agenda for those working with children, young people and families and their role within it, including new statutory duties (including duties specifically for schools). 

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Code: ASC 20/005 Safeguarding Adults

This foundation stage module provides an essential basic introduction to Safeguarding Adults in East Sussex. 

 

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Code: CWC 17/012 Whole Family Approaches

New e-learning course available for health & social care workers, administrative and clerical staff, volunteers and anybody with a particular interest in how carers are supported by a whole family approach defined within the legislation of the Children Families Act and Care Act 2014.

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