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.

Co-Production

2 July at 1:30pm to 4:30pm, 2018
Provided by NHS Leeds CCG
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 Voluntary Action Leeds
Stringer House, 34 Lupton Street, Leeds, LS10 2QW
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 Anna Walters at: Tel: 0113 843 5470 Email: anna.walters@nhs.net
Cost FREE
Provided by Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust
Description This session will outline the ways in which LTHT receives feedback from our patients and will provide examples of feedback we have received and actions LTHT has taken in response to that feedback. 
Venue Meeting Room 051, Level 7 Bexley Wing
St James' Hospital, Leeds LS9 7TF
Learning outcomes By the end of the session participants will understand: • The different ways in which LTHT receives feedback from our patients • Some of the themes which have come out of feedback into LTHT in the past year and the actions we have taken in response • The importance of providing feedback in ensuring that our patients’ voice is heard
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 Anna Walters at: Tel: 0113 843 5470 Email: anna.walters@nhs.net
Cost FREE
Provided by NHS Leeds CCG
Description This session will look at why patient champions are essential in the development of local health services.  We will outline the roles of the patient champion and explore how they can influence service change.  
Venue Voluntary Action Leeds
Stringer House, 34 Lupton Street, Leeds, LS10 2QW
Learning outcomes By the end of the session participants will be able to: • Explain why patient involvement is essential • Describe the role of a patient champion • Recognise effective communication skills and approaches • Outline how patient representatives can influence service change • Describe the types of questions that patient champions might ask • Feel more confident to share their thoughts effectively in a Patient Participation Group or a CCG steering group
Suitable for Anyone who is interested (patient/volunteer/member of staff) in making a difference to local healthcare services.
How to book Contact Anna Walters at: Tel: 0113 843 5470 Email: anna.walters@nhs.net
Cost FREE
Provided by Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust
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 St. James Hospital
Meeting Room 096, 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 Anna Walters at: Tel: 0113 843 5470 Email: anna.walters@nhs.net
Cost FREE

Unconscious Bias

6 September at 5:30pm to 7:30pm, 2018
Provided by Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust
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 various roles as in healthcare. 
Venue NHS Leeds CCG
WIRA House, 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 Anna Walters at: Tel: 0113 843 5470 Email: anna.walters@nhs.net
Cost FREE

Mental Capacity Act and Me

19 September at 10:00am to 12:30pm, 2018
Provided by Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust
Description The Mental Capacity Act is an important piece of legislation which supports patients and the public to maximise choice and control regarding their health and social care needs. This includes decisions about housing, finance, and the treatment patients receive in hospital.
Venue St. James Hospital
Meeting Room 089, Gledhow Wing, St James' Hospital, Leeds LS9 7TF
Learning outcomes This training will help you understand how this might affect you and your loved ones and how this legislation is supported by services and commissioners.
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 Anna Walters at: Tel: 0113 843 5470 Email: anna.walters@nhs.net
Cost FREE

Patient Participation Groups (PPGs)

29 September at 10:00am to 1:00pm, 2018
Provided by NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group
Description This session will explore the role of patient participation groups.  Participants will look at the changing role of GP practices and examine the challenges they face and the opportunities they present. They will explore how members can work with staff to develop services and examine good practice from other areas of the country.  
Venue The Old Fire Station
Gipton, Leeds LS9 6NL
Learning outcomes By the end of the session participants will be able to: • Recognise the key organisations in the NHS • Be able to explain the role of primary care • Understand the key challenges to primary care • Be able to outline the different approaches to primary care in Leeds • Be able to talk about the characteristics of effective PPGs • Be able to explain how patient champions can influence the decision-making process in primary care
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 Anna Walters at: Tel: 0113 843 5470 Email: anna.walters@nhs.net
Cost FREE

Listening to our Patients

3 October at 10:30am to 12:30pm, 2018
Provided by Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust
Description This session will outline the ways in which LTHT receives feedback from our patients, will and will provide examples of feedback we have received and actions LTHT has taken in response to that feedback. 
Venue St. James Hospital
Meeting Room 096, Gledhow Wing, St. James' Hospital, Leeds LS9 7TF
Learning outcomes By the end of the session participants will understand: • The different ways in which LTHT receives feedback from our patients • Some of the themes which have come out of feedback into LTHT in the past year and the actions we have taken in response • The importance of providing feedback in ensuring that our patients’ voice is heard
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 Anna Walters at: Tel: 0113 843 5470 Email: anna.walters@nhs.net
Cost FREE
Provided by Leeds and York Partnership Foundation Trust
Description This session will explore the topic in a discussion based format, utilising your own experience and that of the facilitators.  
Venue The Old Fire Station
Gipton, Leeds LS9 6NL
Learning outcomes By the end of the session participants will understand: • Understanding of stigma and discrimination. • How to identify stigma and discrimination • How do you challenge someone’s perception on mental health • Look at your own beliefs around stigma and discrimination, self-stigmatisation.
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 Anna Walters at: Tel: 0113 843 5470 Email: anna.walters@nhs.net
Cost FREE

Unconscious Bias

6 November at 10:00am to 12:30pm, 2018
Provided by Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust
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 St. James Hospital
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 Anna Walters at: Tel: 0113 843 5470 Email: anna.walters@nhs.net
Cost FREE
Provided by Community Links
Description The aim of this one-day course is to introduce participants to loss as an essential part of human experience and to practices that support people moving though their loss experiences. Loss is thought to be a universal human experience and so is going to be at least part of any helping contact. A theoretical and conceptual approach to loss underpins practice reflection and high levels of participants and skills practice.  
Venue CL Training Centre
Leeds LS8
Learning outcomes At the end of the course participants will: • Understand what loss is, and how this relates to grief and bereavement • Understand problematic grief • Have practiced key skills for working with loss • Have reflected on experiences of loss and working with loss to support practice development
Suitable for This course is for health, social care, clinical, therapy and HR practitioners who may or do come across people experiencing loss.
How to book To book your space please contact us at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £99 per delegate

Patient Participation Groups (PPGs)

21 November at 1:30pm to 4:30pm, 2018
Provided by NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group
Description This session will explore the role of patient participation groups.  Participants will look at the changing role of GP practices and examine the challenges they face and the opportunities they present. They will explore how members can work with staff to develop services and examine good practice from other areas of the country.  
Venue Voluntary Action Leeds
Stringer House, 34 Lupton Street, Leeds LS10 2QW
Learning outcomes By the end of the session participants will be able to: • Understand the patient champion’s role • Recognise the key organisations in the NHS • Be able to explain the role of primary care • Understand the key challenges to primary care • Be able to outline the different approaches to primary care in Leeds • Be able to talk about the characteristics of effective PPGs • Be able to explain how patient champions can influence the decision-making process in primary care
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 Anna Walters at: Tel: 0113 843 5470 Email: anna.walters@nhs.net
Cost FREE
Provided by Community Links
Description The Emergency First Aid at Work course (EFAW) is ideal for all businesses whose risk assessment has identified that there is no requirement for a fully trained first aider for their workplace. The certificate is valid for 3 years. To renew you need to attend another EFAW 6 hour course.
Venue CL Training Centre
Leeds LS8
Learning outcomes The learning outcomes are: • Understand the role and responsibilities of an emergency first aider • Know how to assess an incident • Manage an unresponsive casualty who is breathing normally • Manage an unresponsive casualty who is not breathing normally • Recognise and assist a casualty who is choking • Manage a casualty who is wounded and bleeding • Manage a casualty who is in shock • Understand how to manage a casualty with a minor injury
Suitable for This course is aimed at all staff and volunteers working in health and social care.
How to book To book your space please contact us at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £99 per delegate
Provided by Community Links
Description The course looks at the concept of risk, what it is, why we may assess risk, who benefits (or not) from risk assessment and how we can complete a risk assessment.  Threats to effective risk assessment, ways in which services may pose a risk to their users and the limitations of risk assessment will also be considered.
Venue CL Training Centre
Leeds LS8
Learning outcomes At the end of the course participants will be able to: • Discuss what is meant by risk and therapeutic risk-taking • Identify the purpose and limits of risk assessment • Specify the links between risk assessment and care and relapse planning • Complete a FACE risk assessment for a client
Suitable for This one-day course is for those who use or wish to use FACE risk profiles as part of their overall risk assessment and management practice.
How to book To book your space please contact bus at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £99 per delegate

Knowing Your Community

4 December at 5:30pm to 8:30pm, 2018
Provided by NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group
Description This session will look at the importance of equality and diversity in health and social care.  We will look at national and local guidance which drives this work and analyse best practice.  We will also look at how patient champions can support the CCG to engage with seldom heard groups.  
Venue NHS Leeds CCG
WIRA House, Leeds LS16 6EB
Learning outcomes By the end of the session participants will be able to: • Explain why patient involvement is essential • Describe the role of a patient champion • Recognise effective communication skills and approaches • Outline how patient representatives can influence service change • Describe the types of questions that patient champions might ask • Feel more confident to share their thoughts effectively in a Patient Participation Group or a Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) steering group
Suitable for Anyone who is interested (patient/volunteer/member of staff) in making a difference to local healthcare services.
How to book Contact Anna Walters at: Tel: 0113 843 5470 Email: anna.walters@nhs.net
Cost FREE

Risk Enablement

7 December at 9:30am to 4:30pm, 2018
Provided by Community Links
Description This course looks at risk assessment and risk management as a means to getting the best out of situations for service users and their families by taking a positive, engaged and forward thinking approach to risk. It will provide useful information about risk, positive risk taking and enablement. The course will involve practicing risk enablement processes. In addition, the course uses a number of learning activities (for example; discussion, group work and individual reflection etc.) to help participants to have a deeper insight into the challenges and opportunities for working proactively and positively with risk issues.
Venue CL Training Centre
Leeds LS8
Learning outcomes At the end of the course participants will be able to: • Understand concepts and theory of risk management and positive risk taking • Connect understanding of risk to the range of relevant policy and legislative drivers • Show skills that make dialogue about risk and the recording of risk issues better • Use a risk enablement tool for practice
Suitable for This course is aimed at staff who are supporting people whose care and support involves risk assessment and management.
How to book To book your space please contact us at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £99 per delegate.

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

13 December at 8:45am to Friday 14 December at 4:30pm, 2018
Provided by Community Links
Description To teach Suicide First Aid skills to raise confidence and knowledge and to familiarise participants with the most widely used suicide intervention model in the world. Recognised by the Department of Health, ASIST is fast becoming an essential tool for all community caregivers. This is a two day course that aims to break down stereotypes and misinformation about suicide and gives participants an evidence-based approach to those at risk. Participants will have a chance to analyse their own views about suicide, they will be introduced to the intervention model and given opportunities to observe and practise skills in effective suicide intervention.
 
Venue CL Training Centre
Leeds LS8
Learning outcomes At the end of the course participants will be able to: • Recognise invitations for help • Reach out and offer support • Review the risk of suicide • Apply a suicide intervention model • Link people with community resources
Suitable for Suitable for anyone who wishes to learn how to carry out suicide interventions. Not suitable for anyone who has been recently bereaved by suicide.
How to book To book your space please contact us at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £195 per delegate (bursaries spaces are available)

Youth Mental Health First Aid

15 December at 8:45am to Sunday 16 December at 4:30pm, 2018
Provided by Community Links
Description This course teaches participants how to recognise and respond appropriately to signs of mental ill health in young people. This course teaches participants how to spot the early warning signs and symptoms of mental ill-health in young people.  It provides information about topics such as anxiety, depression, self-harm, eating disorders, alcohol and drug use and explains the impact that mental ill-health in young people can have on adolescent development.  A practical, skills based approach helps participants gain the confidence to offer meaningful support to young people in distress.  
Venue CL Training Centre
Leeds LS8
Learning outcomes At the end of the course participants will be able to: • Spot the early signs of a mental health problem in young people • Feel confident helping a young person • Provide help on a first aid basis • Help protect a young person who might be at risk of harm • Help a young person recover faster • Guide a young person towards the right support • Reduce the stigma of mental health problems
Suitable for This is an internationally recognised two-day course specifically designed for those people that teach, work, live with or care for young people aged 11 - 18.
How to book To book your space please contact us at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £150 per delegate (bursaries spaces are available).
Provided by Forward Leeds
Description The aim of the course is to increase confidence, skills and knowledge in aspects of New Psychoactive Substances.
Venue Public Health Resource Centre
Technorth, 9 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS7 3NB
Learning outcomes • History of New Psychoactive Substances • The Science- How NPS work on the brain- Synthetic Cannabinoids. • View of the experts.- Global Drug Survey and TIC TAC • Nitrous Oxide • Other types of NPS. • Harm Reduction Messages • To increase awareness of the types of support that individuals and their families can access in Leeds.
Suitable for Any suitable professional that works with people using NPS or would like to expand their knowledge on them.
How to book To book a place on any of the training courses detailed above please contact: prevention@forwardleeds.co.uk Please state which training session and date in your email THANKS Forward Leeds Training
Cost FREE
Provided by Forward Leeds
Description The aim of the course is to build participants confidence and skills in delivering alcohol brief interventions.
Venue Public Health Resource Centre
Technorth, 9 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS7 3NB
Learning outcomes • To provide practitioners with up to date information in regards to adults alcohol use, including government guidance and recommendations. • For participants to revise their knowledge about the effects of alcohol on adults. • To provide tools for practitioners to use to help assess adults appropriately for alcohol use and to be able to identify the level of risk associated with their use. • To provide resources and techniques to build confidence across the Leeds workforce in delivering early interventions and brief advice to adults around their alcohol use. • To increase awareness of the types of support that adults can access in Leeds for those people whose alcohol use is assessed at high risk.
Suitable for Any suitable professional that works with people using drugs and/or alcohol or experiencing any level of dependence.
How to book To book a place on any of the training courses detailed above please contact: prevention@forwardleeds.co.uk Please state which training session and date in your email THANKS Forward Leeds Training
Cost FREE
Provided by CAMHS Training - Leeds Community Healthcare
Description

Supporting Parents to Understand Their Baby

This course provides staff with the skills to support carers in forming good quality relationships with infants with the aim of establishing secure attachments. It builds on and supports the booklet “understanding your baby” which is currently used as a universal provision by services in Leeds. Too book your place and for further details please click on the link below

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/supporting-parents-to-understand-their-baby-camhs-training-registration-47266363967

Venue HEART, Headingley
Learning outcomes By the end of this course delegates will: •Be able to describe the importance of carers and infants developing a good quality attachment relationship. •Be aware of the different infant states, behaviours and cues and how to recognise them. •Have considered practical ideas to both support parents in understanding their babies as well as to enable parents and carers to make use of this in their relationships with infants.
Suitable for All workers engaged in delivering services to families with young babies especially in health, social care, and early year’s settings. This is a practical course with lots of opportunity for delegates to link ideas back to their work settings.
How to book https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/supporting-parents-to-understand-their-baby-camhs-training-registration-47266363967
Cost Fully subsidised (Free)
Provided by Community Matters Yorkshire
Description
The objective of this qualification is to support learners in becoming emergency first aiders in the workplace. The content of the qualification meets the HSE requirements for training emergency first-aiders in those organisations that have identified that staff need to be trained to this level within their first-aid needs assessment. 
 
The qualification covers knowledge such as the roles and responsibilities of the first aider, how to assess an incident and recognising signs and symptoms of injury and illness. The qualification also covers first aid skills in CPR and use of an AED, providing first aid to a casualty who is choking and dealing with external bleeding and hypovolaemic shock.
 
In line with guidance provided by the HSE, the qualification supports/approves work place first aiders for a period of 3 years, after which point learners will need to retake the course. In addition to this, it is recommended that learners refresh their knowledge annually. 
Venue St James Parish Centre
Low Lane Horsforth Leeds LS18 5QW
Learning outcomes
Suitable for
How to book Email admin@community-matters.org.uk or click the link below.
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Cost £60 including certification
Provided by Forward Leeds
Description The aim of the course is to increase confidence, skills and knowledge in aspects of New Psychoactive Substances.
Venue Public Health Resource Centre
Technorth, 9 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS7 3NB
Learning outcomes • History of New Psychoactive Substances • The Science- How NPS work on the brain- Synthetic Cannabinoids. • View of the experts.- Global Drug Survey and TIC TAC • Nitrous Oxide • Other types of NPS. • Harm Reduction Messages • To increase awareness of the types of support that individuals and their families can access in Leeds.
Suitable for Any suitable professional that works with people using NPS or would like to expand their knowledge on them.
How to book To book a place on any of the training courses detailed above please contact: prevention@forwardleeds.co.uk Please state which training session and date in your email THANKS Forward Leeds Training
Cost FREE

Free Hospitality Training

23 April at 9:30am to Friday 26 April at 4:00pm
Provided by Think Employment
Description
This is a free training course starting on 23rd April 2019.
 
Training runs Monday to Friday 9:30am-4:00pm from our learning centre in Leeds.
Training will cover the basics of Hospitality.
Learners will also benefit from our in-house recruitment service to help them find a job.
 
To be eligible for this course you must:
Be over the age of 19
Have lived in the UK or EU for at least 3 years
Be in receipt of a work related benefit or on a low income wage
Venue Think Employment Leeds
Think Employment Leeds Unit 4, St David’s Court David Street, Leeds LS11 5QA
Learning outcomes Intro to Hospitality. Delivering efficient and reliable customer service. Basic food and drink preparation. Digital and ICT skills in the hospitality industry.
Suitable for Anyone who is wanting to find a job in the Hospitality industry.
How to book To book, call Think Employment on 0800 433 7042.
Cost Free.
Provided by Forward Leeds
Description The aim of the course is to provide practitioners with up to date information in regards to alcohol use, including government guidance and recommendations and to explore the relationship between alcohol and domestic abuse.
Venue Public Health Resource Centre
Technorth, 9 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS7 3NB
Learning outcomes • For participants to revise their knowledge about the effects of alcohol. • To explore what is domestic abuse? • To examine the impact of alcohol on family relationships and links with domestic abuse/violence • To increase awareness of the types of support that individuals and their families can access in Leeds for those people who use/misuse alcohol. • To increase awareness of the types of support that individuals and their families can access in Leeds for those people experiencing domestic abuse/violence.
Suitable for Any suitable professional that works with people using alcohol or experiencing any level of dependence and that domestic abuse is maybe a contributing factor.
How to book To book a place on any of the training courses detailed above please contact: prevention@forwardleeds.co.uk Please state which training session and date in your email THANKS Forward Leeds Training
Cost FREE
Provided by Forward Leeds
Description The aim of the course is to increase confidence, skills and knowledge in aspects of New Psychoactive Substances.
Venue Public Health Resource Centre
Technorth, 9 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS7 3NB
Learning outcomes • History of New Psychoactive Substances • The Science- How NPS work on the brain- Synthetic Cannabinoids. • View of the experts.- Global Drug Survey and TIC TAC • Nitrous Oxide • Other types of NPS. • Harm Reduction Messages • To increase awareness of the types of support that individuals and their families can access in Leeds.
Suitable for Any suitable professional that works with people using NPS or would like to expand their knowledge on them.
How to book To book a place on any of the training courses detailed above please contact: prevention@forwardleeds.co.uk Please state which training session and date in your email THANKS Forward Leeds Training
Cost FREE
Provided by Community Links
Description

Suicide to Hope offers a unique training opportunity to improve helpers’ preparation to provide effective suicide care.

  • Only 50 trainers in the world
  • Only 3 registered trainers in the UK

Includes ongoing access to resources.

We are very excited to now be able to deliver ‘Suicide to Hope’.

This is an intensive one-day course designed for clinicians and other professionals who encounter suicide as an inevitable and significant part of their job.

Sometimes people lack in confidence and do not feel prepared for this role. Suicide to Hope aims to improve your confidence and preparation to provide effective suicide care.

It is designed to strengthen hope by helping recovery and growth in people with previous suicide experience who are currently safe.

Venue CL Training Centre
Leeds LS8
Learning outcomes -Create hope by affirming that suicide experiences can be life-changing if people keep safe and choose to live; -Assist people to work through suicide toward achievable recovery and growth goals; and -Integrate suicide care into recovery approaches to mental health and wellbeing.
Suitable for Suitable for anyone who has completed ASIST or some form of suicide first aid and want to be able to learn how to provide effective suicide care.
How to book To book your spaces please contact us at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £150.00 per delegate.
Provided by Community Links
Description

This course introduces participants to the key principles of mindfulness meditation practice.

It will provide an overview of the key principles, highlight the benefits of regular mindfulness practice and provide an opportunity to try different mindfulness mediation practices.

The course uses a number of learning activities (for example presentation, group work, guided mediation and individual reflection) to help participants develop their understanding.

Venue CL Training Centre
Leeds LS8
Learning outcomes At the end of the course participants will be able to: • Been introduced to the key principles of mindfulness • Considered the evidence base and benefits of mindfulness • Have experienced a range of mindfulness based practices • Reflected on how to incorporate regular practice into daily life
Suitable for This course is aimed at any one interested in finding out more about mindfulness mediation practice, no prior experience of mindfulness or mediation is required to attend.
How to book To book your space please contact us at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £50.00 per delegate
Provided by Forward Leeds
Description The aim of the course is to build participants confidence and skills in delivering alcohol brief interventions.
Venue Public Health Resource Centre
Technorth, 9 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS7 3NB
Learning outcomes • To provide practitioners with up to date information in regards to adults alcohol use, including government guidance and recommendations. • For participants to revise their knowledge about the effects of alcohol on adults. • To provide tools for practitioners to use to help assess adults appropriately for alcohol use and to be able to identify the level of risk associated with their use. • To provide resources and techniques to build confidence across the Leeds workforce in delivering early interventions and brief advice to adults around their alcohol use. • To increase awareness of the types of support that adults can access in Leeds for those people whose alcohol use is assessed at high risk.
Suitable for Any suitable professional that works with people using drugs and/or alcohol or experiencing any level of dependence.
How to book To book a place on any of the training courses detailed above please contact: prevention@forwardleeds.co.uk Please state which training session and date in your email THANKS Forward Leeds Training
Cost FREE
Provided by Forward Leeds
Description The aim of the course is to increase confidence, skills and knowledge in aspects of New Psychoactive Substances.
Venue Public Health Resource Centre
Technorth, 9 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS7 3NB
Learning outcomes • History of New Psychoactive Substances • The Science- How NPS work on the brain- Synthetic Cannabinoids. • View of the experts.- Global Drug Survey and TIC TAC • Nitrous Oxide • Other types of NPS. • Harm Reduction Messages • To increase awareness of the types of support that individuals and their families can access in Leeds.
Suitable for Any suitable professional that works with people using NPS or would like to expand their knowledge on them.
How to book To book a place on any of the training courses detailed above please contact: prevention@forwardleeds.co.uk Please state which training session and date in your email THANKS Forward Leeds Training
Cost FREE