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LEARNING SESSION: LEGAL LITERACY IN ADULT SOCIAL CARE

Date: 13th November 2019

Time: 10-4

Venue: Sheffield Hallam University, Owen Building Room 1029, City Campus, Sheffield City Centre

This one day workshop is aimed at staff working in the adult social care sector. It is designed to raise awareness about the legal context of adult social care and to assist staff to identify their role within it. The workshop will cover:

– The Human Rights Act (1998)

– The Care Act (2014)

– The Mental Capacity Act (2005)

– The Liberty Protection Safeguards

Please note this is only open to local authorities who are within the  South Yorkshire Teaching Partnership.

Please email – SYTP-CPDModules&Masterclasses@sheffield.gov.uk

We need your name,  team and local authority and your business unit code.  Your place will only be confirmed once we have these details.

If you book a place and do not attend then you will still be charged.

Closing date for booking a place is 30th September 2019.

LEARNING SESSION: AN INTRODUCTION TO STRENGTH BASED PRACTICE – ADULT SOCIAL CARE

Date: 4th December 2019

Time: 10-4

Venue: Cantor Building Room 9315, Sheffield Hallam University City Campus, Arundel Gate, Sheffield. (Just a 5 minute walk from the train station)

In recent years we have seen a rapidly growing interest in the use of strength based approaches in health and social care. But what are strength based approaches and how can we apply them to our practice? This learning session is designed to provide you with an overview of the research and policy context of strength based practice and to introduce you to some strength based  tools, techniques and models  which you can apply to your practice.

Rachel McManus, Lecturer, Sheffield Hallam University will be delivering this session.  We are running this again due to previous high demand.   There are 50 places available and there is a small charge of £50 per place.

Please note this is only open to local authorities who are within the  South Yorkshire Teaching Partnership.

Please emailSYTP-CPDModules&Masterclasses@sheffield.gov.uk

We need your name,  team and local authority and your business unit code.  Your place will only be confirmed once we have these details.

If you book a place and do not attend then you will still be charged.

Closing date for booking a place is 30th September 2019.

Interface Evaluate South Yorkshire Teaching Partnership

Interface was commissioned in September 2018 to conduct an evaluation of the South Yorkshire Social Work Teaching Partnership.

The evaluation activities took place between October 2018 and February 2019. Interface would like to thank all the stakeholders involved in the evaluation for their time and insight, on which this evaluation is largely based.

Interface has since been chosen to provide an evaluation for the DfE on the Social Work Teaching Partnership (SWTP) programme across England.

Please download a copy of the report SYTP Evaluation Report 2019