All Training courses

Training of relevance to third sector organisations in Leeds from various providers. Note the quality of training is the responsibility of the providers. Providers can upload relevant courses via their Doing Good Leeds account.

Provided by PATH & Creativity in Practice Ltd
Description We would like to invite you to an information session about the Level 3 Award in Education & Training on Monday 22 January or Monday 5 February for a new course starting on Monday 19th February.
For more details about course content, dates and cost please contact:
verity@creativityinpractice.co.uk
07891 959048
Venue Path Leeds
29 Harrogate Road Leeds LS7 3PD
Learning outcomes Information about Level 3 Education & Training qualification
Suitable for Anyone interested in or already delivering training to adult (post 16) learners in a variety of different settings/contexts
How to book Contact: verity@creativityinpractice.co.uk 07891 959048
Cost £350 payable in instalments

Group Facilitation Skills

26 January at 9:30am to 4:30pm
Provided by Community Links
Description This course equips participants with theory and skills for effective group facilitation. This course gives participants a psychologically informed, skills based approach to group facilitation using a training model designed specifically for this course. The course uses a number of learning activities and requires high levels of participation for practising and reflecting on skills.
Venue CL Training Centre
Learning outcomes At the end of the course participants will be able to: • Understand more about group process theories • Be aware of what to consider when leading a group • Start to understand and ‘spot’ group processes • Have practised facilitation skills
Suitable for This course is for people with some experience of working in groups and aims to provide a theoretical and practical learning experience to develop and consolidate group facilitation skills.
How to book To book please contact us at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £99 per delegate
Provided by PATH & Creativity in Practice Ltd
Description

We are holding an information session for anyone interested in finding out more about a new course due to start in February for the Level 3 Award in Education & Training. You are welcome to come along with no obligation, you will find out more about the course content and full programme.

Refreshments will be provided.

Please contact Verity Elliott for further details and if you have any questions.

We have had excellent feedback from previous learners and external moderators 'Creativity in Practice offers more than just value for money'

Venue PATH Leeds
29 Harrogate Road Leeds LS7 3PD
Learning outcomes To find out more about the three units for the Level 3 Education & Training qualification
Suitable for For anyone interested in post 16 inclusive teaching and learning
How to book Please contact: Verity Elliott 07891959048 verity@creativityinpractice.co.uk
Cost The full cost of the course is £350, payable in installments over 4-6 months.The information session on Monday 5th February is free

Unconscious Bias

20 February at 10:30am to 12:30pm
Provided by NHS Leeds CCG Partnership
Description Unconscious bias refers to the stereotypes and perceptions we all hold about each other.  Sometimes these serve a useful purpose, but often they do not. We will look at our own conscious stereotypes and understand how they might impact our roles as Patient Champions.
Venue Meeting Room 099, Gledhow Wing
St James' Hospital Leeds LS9 7TF
Learning outcomes By the end of the session, participants will be able to: • Identify their conscious bias and stereotypes, and where they might come from • Understand how bias works and when it is helpful and when it is not • Develop ways to mitigate against unconscious bias in the workplace, where it has become problematic.
Suitable for Anyone who is interested (patient/volunteer/member of staff) in making a difference to local healthcare services or finding out more about how services work.
How to book Contact Adam Stewart at: Tel: 0113 843 5475 Email: adam.stewart1@nhs.net
Cost FREE

Co-Production

3 March at 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Provided by NHS Leeds CCG Partnership
Description This session will define co-production and explore its potential in health and social care commissioning. We will look at examples in practice and explore in detail the elements of co-design, co-decision making, co-delivery and co-evaluation.  
Venue Old Fire Station
Leeds LS9 6NL
Learning outcomes By the end of the session participants will be able to: • Explain how co-production can support the commissioning process • Identify the benefits and challenges of co-production • Give examples of how co-production could work in practice
Suitable for Anyone who is interested (patient/volunteer/member of staff) in making a difference to local healthcare services or finding out more about how services work.
How to book Contact Adam Stewart at: Tel: 0113 843 5475 Email: adam.stewart1@nhs.net
Cost FREE
Provided by NHS Leeds CCG Partnership
Description This session will outline the management structure within Leeds Teaching Hospitals enabling participants to better understand the way in which our services are organised. It will also explain the quality governance framework which underpins our services including the Trust corporate quality committee structure and Trust Board. 
Venue Meeting Room 089, Gledhow Wing
St. James' Hospital Leeds LS9 7TF
Learning outcomes By the end of the session participants will be able to: • Understand the Clinical Service Unit (CSU) structure and how CSUs are managed. • Understand what Governance means, why good governance is so important and the quality committee structure supports this • Understand the opportunities available to Patient Leaders to contribute to governance at a Trustwide and CSU level
Suitable for Anyone who is interested (patient/volunteer/member of staff) in making a difference to local healthcare services or finding out more about how services work.
How to book Contact Adam Stewart at: Tel: 0113 843 5475 Email: adam.stewart1@nhs.net
Cost FREE

Procurement

27 April at 10:00am to 1:00pm
Provided by NHS Leeds CCG Partnership
Description This session will explain paying for health services (procurement) and the process in choosing the best provider (tendering) at the CCG. 
Venue NHS Leeds West CCG
Wira House West Park Leeds LS16 6EB
Learning outcomes By the end of the session participants will be able to: • Explain the procurement process • Describe the role of patient champions in the procurement process • Share their thoughts in a CCG steering group
Suitable for Anyone who is interested (patient/volunteer/member of staff) in making a difference to local healthcare services or finding out more about how services work.
How to book Contact Adam Stewart at: Tel: 0113 843 5475 Email: adam.stewart1@nhs.net
Cost FREE
Provided by NHS Leeds CCG Partnership
Description This training explores how we can involve patients and the public who need extra support due to communication and capacity issues. This might include people with dementia or learning disabilities.
Venue Meeting Room 092, Gledhow Wing
St James' Hospital Leeds LS9 7TF
Learning outcomes This session will cover the role of non-instructed advocacy and practical examples of how to get people involved.
Suitable for Anyone who is interested (patient/volunteer/member of staff) in making a difference to local healthcare services or finding out more about how services work.
How to book Contact Adam Stewart at: Tel: 0113 843 5475 Email: adam.stewart1@nhs.net
Cost FREE
Provided by NHS Leeds CCG Partnership
Description Unconscious bias refers to the stereotypes and perceptions we all hold about each other.  Sometimes these serve a useful purpose, but often they do not. We will look at our own conscious stereotypes and understand how they might impact our roles as Patient Champions.
Venue NHS Leeds CCG Partnership
Wira House West Park Leeds LS16 6EB
Learning outcomes By the end of the session, participants will be able to: • Identify their conscious bias and stereotypes, and where they might come from • Understand how bias works and when it is helpful and when it is not • Develop ways to mitigate against unconscious bias in the workplace, where it has become problematic.
Suitable for Anyone who is interested (patient/volunteer/member of staff) in making a difference to local healthcare services or finding out more about how services work.
How to book Contact Adam Stewart at: Tel: 0113 843 5475 Email: adam.stewart1@nhs.net
Cost FREE
Provided by Leeds Beckett University
Description This course will allow you to become a qualified youth and community worker, increasing your employment opportunities in this rapidly changing field. It is validated by the National Youth Agency.

You will participate in a rich and culturally diverse teaching and learning environment and undertake two challenging placements, enabling you to apply your knowledge and hone your practical skills. During your studies, you will critically engage with the tensions and challenges of current practice, build a sophisticated knowledge of effective management approaches, debate how youth work and community development has responded to shifting government policies and learn how to support inclusive practice that can inspire positive social change.
Venue Leeds Beckett University, City Campus
Learning outcomes CORE MODULES - Critical Perspectives in Youth Work & Community Development - Contemporary Approaches to Management, Leadership & Enterprise - Personal & Professional Development (including 150-hour alternative placement) - Promoting Inclusive Practice - The Professional Practitioner - substantive placement (250 hours minimum placement) - Understanding Social Research & Evaluation - Dissertation
Suitable for Applicants should normally have at least a second class honours degree or have equivalent experience or training, normally from a work environment or from a voluntary setting environment. Applicants should demonstrate in their personal statement the relevant work or voluntary experience they have gained with young people or adults in a community related setting. Our University welcomes applications from mature applicants who demonstrate academic potential. We usually require some evidence of recent academic study, for example completion of an access course, however recent relevant work experience may also be considered.
How to book
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Cost The tuition fee for the year for students entering in 2018/19 is £5500. The amount you will pay may increase each year to take into account the effects of inflation.