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  1. Workshop C:The SCIE Parental Mental Health & Child Welfare Training Resources Kate Mayes Children’s Services Social Worker Dominic King E-learning Project Manager, SCIE

  2. The SCIE Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare Training ResourcesKate Mayes – Children’s Services Social WorkerDominic King – SCIE e-learning project manager

  3. In this workshop we will:- • Summarise the key messages about staff development and training from SCIE’s reviews and practice surveys • Demonstrate some of SCIE’s e-learning materials • Give an overview of how Crossing Bridges will be updated and adapted to incorporate SCIE’s guidance, and produced as e-learning materials • Give participants an opportunity to share their own experience and knowledge of what works.

  4. Key Messages from SCIE’s Reviews and Practice Surveys 1 • Training identified as a key concern for both adult and children’s services staff • A substantial unmet need was identified, particularly for joint training

  5. Key Messages from SCIE’s Reviews and Practice Surveys 2 The knowledge needed for practitioners and their managers to provide effective services included: • The inter-related nature of mental health difficulties, parenting and child development • A family model • All parts of the professional network

  6. Key Messages from SCIE’s Reviews and Practice Surveys 3 Practice would be supported by: • Strong working relationships across divisions, particularly at senior management level • A culture of respect for staff in different disciplines

  7. Key Messages from SCIE’s Reviews and Practice Surveys 4 What qualifying and post-qualifying training would help? • Multi-agency events promoting collaborative working and demystifying the work of staff in other disciplines • Single agency events to develop practitioners knowledge base and confidence • Training on a family model (pre and post-qualifying)

  8. Key Messages from SCIE’s Reviews and Practice Surveys 5 • Safeguarding training as a core component for all basic professional training • Child development and child welfare • Cultural differences and sensitivities

  9. Key Messages from SCIE’s Reviews and Practice Surveys 6 • Communication skills • Talking to children for adult services staff • Communicating with and supporting parents with personality disorder

  10. SCIE’s forthcoming electronic resources on Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare

  11. Overview SCIE’s e-learning resources SCIE’s upcoming e-learning resources e-Learning examples e-Learning resources on Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare

  12. 3. Poverty, Parenting and Social exclusion 1. Law and Social Work 4. Children of Prisoners 6. Communication Skills 5. An Introduction to Residential Child Care SCIE’s available e-Learning resources www.scie.org.uk 2. An Introduction to the Mental Health of Older People www.scie.org.uk

  13. SCIE’s e-Learning resources in development Interprofessional and Inter-agency Collaboration Personalisation The Open Dementia Programme Restraint Jan 10 Sep 09 Aug 09 June 09 Sexuality, Reproductive Health and Abuse Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare Knowledge Management Mental Capacity Act 2010 May 10 April 10 May 10

  14. e-Learning resources: a few examples http://scie.stage.cimex.com/dementia/object3/index.html

  15. Social Care TV – a free social care video on demand service (November 2009) Approx. 30 short films for launch with another 30 following in the new year: Topics include: Dementia Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Safeguarding Vulnerable Children Personalisation Children of Prisoners Seldom Heard Groups Mental Capacity Act Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare Restraint Nutrition Principles of Participation

  16. E-Learning: Parental Mental health and Child Welfare - an overview • 9 e-learning resources • Each around 30 minutes study time • Fully interactive using multimedia technology • Quizzes, activities, audit tools, interactive case studies, video, audio

  17. E-Learning: Parental Mental health and Child Welfare - an overview • 9 e-learning resources • Broken up into three sections • Each section has a different target audience • Each section can be used as training the trainers resources and notes for trainers will be included

  18. E-Learning: Parental Mental health and Child Welfare - an overview

  19. E-Learning: Module titles • Section 1: Foundation pathway (2 modules) • Covering • Think child, think parent and think family – the knowledge base • The Family Model – introduces a useful conceptual framework to help managers and staff in all agencies to consider the family as a whole

  20. E-Learning: Module titles Section 1: Foundation pathway (2 modules) Target Audience • Mental health managers and staff • Children’s services staff including residential and foster carers • Primary care services (GPs, Health Visitors, Midwives) • Schools – Teachers and support staff • Children’s Centre staff

  21. E-Learning: Module titles • Section 2: Skills pathway (6 modules) • Screening • Assessment • Planning • Putting the plan into place • Reviewing plans • Frontline management

  22. E-Learning: Module titles • Section 2: Skills pathway (6 modules) • Target audience • Adult and child mental health staff in secondary, tertiary services and their managers • Children’s services staff and their managers • Primary care services staff (GPs, Health Visitors, Midwives) • Schools – Teachers and support staff • Children’s Centre staff

  23. E-Learning: Module titles • Section 3: Systems/organisational pathway(1 module) • Strategic management and commissioning in adult’s and children’s services

  24. E-Learning: Module titles • Section 3: Systems/organisational pathway(1 module) • Target audience • include primary care and third sector, safeguarding boards, front line managers, middle managers, • leaders who have the authority to initiate & delegate negotiations across agencies, service level agreements and protocols • Commissioning and planning managers

  25. Questions? Dominic King – dominic.king@scie.org.uk