All our CLEAR for Learning delivery is tailored to the specific audience and delivered by qualified professionals. 

 Training Courses and Workshops

  

Level 3 Principles of Safeguarding and Protecting Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults

It is a statutory requirement for people working closely with CYP and adults at risk. This course provides a lifetime qualification. Included in the cost are 6 monthly updates, by email from CLEAR, that bring together the latest legislation, practice and learning around Safeguarding to support ongoing skills and understanding.

This training is for learners who have contact with children, young people or vulnerable adults in their working environment. It promotes awareness and sensitivity to safeguarding enabling learners to be able to identify issues. It further emphasises the responsibility and the procedures to ensure that concerns are reported and acted on appropriately.

The course covers:

  • Safeguarding legislation and guidance
  • Indictors of abuse or neglect
  • Making judgements
  • Communication
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Sharing of information
  • Dealing with and reporting of allegations and complaints.

It is a statutory requirement for people working closely with CYP and adults at risk. This course provides a lifetime qualification. With supplementation of updates delivered electronically and face-to-face, it supports an ongoing understanding of safeguarding and its practice.


Safeguarding Level 2

Safeguarding training (sometimes referred to as child/adult protection training) is a legal requirement for many professionals who come into contact, directly or indirectly, with children, young people and/or vulnerable adults. Safeguarding training aims to protect these people from harm, recognise maltreatment, take effective action where appropriate and help improve wellbeing. Level 2 Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults looks at signs of neglect, abuse and harm. It provides learners with an understanding of the effects of abuse on children, vulnerable adults, and their families.

This Level 2 training is for learners who have contact with children, young people or vulnerable adults in their working environment. It promotes awareness and sensitivity to safeguarding enabling learners to be able to identify issues. It further emphasises the responsibility and the procedures to ensure that concerns are reported and acted on appropriately.

The course covers:

  • Safeguarding legislation and guidance
  • Indicators of abuse or neglect
  • Making judgements
  • Communication
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Sharing of information and practice

 Understanding Self Harm

The training session is aimed at organisations and charities who would like to upskill and empower their frontline staff to confidently support and signpost someone who self-harms.

  • What is self-harm
  • Beliefs, attitudes and myths
  • Drivers for self-harm
  • The function of self-harm (how and why it helps)
  • Psychological and neurobiological factors
  • Link between suicide and self-harm
  • How best to support someone who self-harm

 Domestic Abuse Awareness / Sexual Violence Awareness

Domestic abuse and sexual violence can impact in a myriad of ways, on our friends, family and work colleagues, including health, wellbeing and attendance at work. It is important for us all to understand the signs and provide support.


Our workshops cover:

  • An understanding of the impact of abuse on mental health and wellbeing
  • Knowing how to support a friend / colleague appropriately
  • Promoting wellbeing at work thereby increasing attendance and performance
  • Recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce.

Mental Health Awareness

This half day course is aimed at providing those who wish to have some underpinning knowledge around mental health awareness but not requiring to undertake the full MHFA. This workshop aims to support you to:

  • Understand the importance of mental health and wellbeing.
  • Understand how stress impacts on us personally and professionally.
  • Be aware of how self-care underpins resilience.
  • Increase your active listening skills.
  • Understand how to promote positive mental health awareness in the workplace.

 Mental Health First Aid

This nationally recognised, MHFA England accredited course is for people who want to build skills and confidence in supporting others experiencing poor mental health. It is suitable for workplace wellbeing champions/peer-supporters across all sectors and size of business and for anyone working in the health and care sector.
The course runs for 2 days from 9.30am and will help you to:

  • Recognise people that may be experiencing poor mental health and provide them with first-level support and early intervention
  • Encourage a person to identify and access sources of professional help and other support activity
  • Practise active listening and empathy
  • Have a conversation with confidence through improved understanding around language and stigma in relation to mental health
  • Discuss the MHFAider® role in depth, including boundaries and confidentiality
  • Practise self-care
  • Know how to use the MHFAider Support App®.

Trauma Informed Approaches

Embedding a trauma-informed approach in the workplace supports the implementation of sustainable organisational and cultural change.
In adopting a trauma informed approach, organisations can create a safe, supportive environment for their employees, customers and stakeholders. This in turn supports:

  • workforce and customer satisfaction
  • employee attendance, retention and wellbeing
  • productivity and value
  • positivity around the organisational brand and reputation

Our Trauma Informed Approach training is delivered over 2, half-day workshops and covers:

Workshop 1: Understanding

  • Understanding trauma, trauma-informed practice and a trauma-informed approach
  • Trauma-informed key assumptions: The Four Rs
  • Six Principals of Trauma Informed Working
  • What a trauma-informed workplace could look like
  • A baseline self-assessment tool

Workshop 2: Implementation

  • Implementing a Trauma-Informed Approach - A whole organisation consideration
  • Real-world implementation of the theory around Trauma Informed Working
  • Meaningful and helpful ways to incorporate self-care into day to day life
  • A review of the benefits of this approach - to ourselves, our colleagues, our service users/customers and stakeholders

 Safe Space Training

Delivered in a half-day session, this training supports organisations to work through a bespoke toolkit covering five key areas to help you to implement a Safe Space for a person vulnerable in the moment or at immediate risk of harm. The toolkit covers:

  • Planning
  • Learning
  • Environment
  • Delivery
  • Review

By the end of the session you will have an action plan to take your safe space forward.
Safe Space training is best delivered alongside our Bystander Intervention Training


Bystander Intervention Training

Have you ever witnessed a potentially harmful event or incident, wanted to intervene but didn't know how? This training is for any individual wanting to find our more.

The aims of this interactive workshop are to:

  • recognise relational abuse, including sexual harassment, hate crime and bullying
  • explore the barriers to intervening when incidents occur
  • develop strategies to support safe intervention and prevention of harm

  

Training and Professional Development for the Counselling Workforce

 

Training in Supporting Adults Harmed by Sexual Abuse and Relationship Trauma 

This bespoke training course runs for 5 face to face sessions. It also includes 6 hours of self-study. Delivered by an experienced counselling psychologist and clinical service lead alongside an experienced therapist and professional trainer it provides 30 hours of CPD to be endorsed by CPCAB. The course also includes NUCO accredited Safeguarding L3 training (children and adults) which is a lifetime qualification

Sessions cover:

  • Trauma and its presentation physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually
  • Defining and working with the different forms of abuse (sexual, relationship, physical, psychological/emotional, including rape and CSA)
  • Guilt, Shame & Anger
  • Loss & Grief
  • Assessment & risk assessment
  • Pre trial therapy
  • Note & Record Keeping
  • Therapist/counsellor self care and reducing burnout and vicarious traumatisation
  • Pair skills practice and a short ending assessment/quiz
  • Safeguarding L3 Lifetime Qualification (Nuco accredited)
  • On completion of the training there may be an opportunity to have a clinical placement or to volunteer with CLEAR. This will depend on our capacity and a successful interview.

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Level 5 Diploma is in Working Therapeutically with Children & Young People

Our fully accredited post qualifying Level 5 Diploma is in Working Therapeutically with Children & Young People and provides specialist training for practitioners interested in working with children and young people.

Our Diploma is accredited by the Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body - the UK's leading counselling awarding organisation.  

The course combines both practical and theoretical training together with clinical placements and group supervision. Sessions and lectures take place one weekend a month over an 18 month                                                   period. 


 

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