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Incident Investigation Process Training

The Learning and Development team wish to inform you of 2 hour training sessions in Incident Management.  These training sessions will take place in September and December 2014 – and will be delivered by Nichola Earle and Melinda Brewer.

Dates:

5th September 2014 – WHH
19th September 2014 – K&C
23rd September 2014 – QEQM
5th December 2014 – K&C
8th December 2014 – WHH
16th December 2014 – QEQM

To book your place on one of the above dates – please email
ekh-tr.learninganddevelopment@nhs.net

First Aid at Work!

The Resuscitation Service is proud to announce that we are now a Qualsafe/Ofqual registered and approved centre. This means we can now run First Aid at Work courses within the Trust.

We will be starting with the one day Emergency First Aid at Work course this year and then expanding into the full 3.5 day First Aid at Work course as well, next year.

First EFAW course is on Monday 11 August 2014, at Devon House, near QEQM. Cost to Trust employees is only £52.

We hope to run at least one course per month. So, get your workplace risk assessments done to see what level of first aid cover your area requires and then contact us to book a place:
ekh-tr.ResusBookings@nhs.net.

For further information or queries, please contact Jane Daulman the Resuscitation Trainer: janedaulman@nhs.net

Training from Kent Safeguarding Children Board

A number of KSCB training courses still have places available if you are interested in attending.

I would particularly like to draw your attention to the Sexual, Domestic Abuse and Neglect training – these courses are delivered by external subject matter experts and address areas of significant concern locally and nationally.

All courses can be booked on CPD online.

Essential Safeguarding from Early Help to Referral (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB) MA 14/200
Starts: Tuesday 5 August 2014 09:30-13:00; Venue: Aylesham Business Hub

 

Child Sexual Exploitation (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB) MA 14/188
Starts: Friday 8 August 2014 09:30-13:00; Venue: Lullingstone Country Par


Domestic Abuse, recognising risk and the effects of Domestic Abuse on Children & Young People (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB) MA 14/206
Starts: Thursday 4 September 2014 09:30-13:00


Child Trafficking (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB) MA 14/138
Starts: Monday 8 September 2014 09:30-13:00; Venue: MIDAS Centre – Meadowfield School


Neglect – understanding the issues (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB) MA 14/216
Starts: Wednesday 17 September 2014 13:30-16:30; Venue: Kent County Council – Shepway Centre


Child Sexual Exploitation (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB) MA 14/131

Starts: Friday 19 September 2014 09:30-13:00; Venue: Ashford Business Hub


Essential Safeguarding from Early Help to Referral (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB) MA 14/201
Starts: Monday 22 September 2014 09:30-13:00; Venue: Kent County Council – Shepway Centre

Sexual Abuse – How to Identify the signs and Understand the Issues (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB) MA 14/215
Starts: Thursday 2 October 2014 09:30-13:00

Give your brain a feast this autumn…

Math Skills Menu

The Learning and Development team wish to inform you of the September cohort Maths Skills Plus programme.

For more information, please see attached flyer.

Applications are now being taken for the courses starting in September 2014.

For further information on Lifelong Learning, please visit the following webpage:

http://www.ekhuft.nhs.uk/staff/work-life/learning-and-development/opening-the-door-to-lifelong-learning/ 

Autumn 2014 FS Maths-KCH

New Information Skills Programme for 2014

Library and Knowledge Services are pleased to announce a new season of Information Skills courses covering Critical Appraisal, Understanding Statistics and Writing Systematic Reviews. Free to attend, they run on all three acute sites. Please
see the course leaflet for dates, locations, booking details and course content, or contact Mark Kerr, Clinical Librarian (mark.kerr@nhs.net) for further details.


http://www.ekhuft.nhs.uk/staff/library-services/skills-training/

KSCB training courses

Please see below for KSCB training courses that have places available:

MA 14/196

Starts: Tuesday 22 July 2014 09:30-13:00

Sexual Abuse – How to Identify the signs and Understand the Issues (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB)

Venue: Mercure

MA 14/200

Starts: Tuesday 5 August 2014 09:30-13:00

Essential Safeguarding from Early Help to Referral (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB)

Venue: Aylesham Business Hub

MA 14/188

Starts: Friday 8 August 2014 09:30-13:00

Child Sexual Exploitation (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB)

Venue: Lullingstone Country Par

MA 14/206

Starts: Thursday 4 September 2014 09:30-13:00

Domestic Abuse, recognising risk and the effects of Domestic Abuse on Children & Young People
(Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB)

MA 14/138

Starts: Monday 8 September 2014 09:30-13:00

Child Trafficking (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB)

Venue: MIDAS Centre – Meadowfield School

MA 14/216

Starts: Wednesday 17 September 2014 13:30-16:30

Neglect – understanding the issues (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB)

Venue: Kent County Council – Shepway Centre

MA 14/131

Starts: Friday 19 September 2014 09:30-13:00

Child Sexual Exploitation (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB)

Venue: Ashford Business Hub

MA 14/201

Starts: Monday 22 September 2014 09:30-13:00

Essential Safeguarding from Early Help to Referral (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB)

Venue: Kent County Council – Shepway Centre

MA 14/215

Starts: Thursday 2 October 2014 09:30-13:00

Sexual Abuse – How to Identify the signs and Understand the Issues (Half Day) Level 2 (KSCB)

Quality Improvement and Innovation Hub editorial board

Welcome to the Quality Improvement and Innovation Hub (QIIH). As part of developing the QIIH we are setting up a central repository where all staff can access resources for work place quality improvement.

The repository will include:

a) Templates
b) Tools and resources
c) Events: Masterclasses, grand rounds, creative spaces, sharing best practice
d) Work based learning programmes
e) Mentors and expertise biographies
f) Publications written by staff
g) Shared purpose competences and related self assessment tools
h) Stories of best practice
i) Project summaries.

We are inviting you to apply to become a member of the Editorial Board that will review all submissions prior to their publication on the repository.

We are looking for staff who are willing to review documents; critique submissions; have quality improvement as their mission; and who would like to develop their own expertise around enabling others to submit their quality improvement
work. We are hoping to appoint our first QIIH Editorial Board by 31st July. We will then set our terms of reference with our first meeting planned for the 21st August.
Your term on the Editorial Board will be for a limited amount of time, and the commitment will depend on the number of submissions we received as the QIIH grows.

We invite you to offer an expression of interest to
Lisasheene@nhs.net by Monday 21st July so that the Steering Group can review the expressions of interest and appoint the Editorial Board.