Inspirative Development offers accredited training for becoming a creative practitioner, that meets market demands, and offers you a chance to remain an ambassador of good practice in the Health & Social Care sector.
- Improve your practice?
- Feel more confident in your role?
- Have creative ideas?
Than Inspirative Development would like to offer you the chance to develop your practice in care using creativity and reflective practice.
The training we offer a lines with the recommendations set out by the All-party Parliament Group:
“We recommend that the education of clinicians, public health specialists and other health and care professionals include accredited modules on the evidence base and practical use of the arts for health and wellbeing outcomes.” p11 All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing Inquiry
There are several courses and opportunities that we offer:
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You can contact Philippa on 01332 208 706 or email@example.com
To qualify for the training:
- Submit an expression of interest form to firstname.lastname@example.org
- On successful application you will be asked to attend an interview (both the trainer and learner ensure this is the right learning opportunity).
- Confirmation will be sent to confirm if you have a place
- You will be required to pay a deposit to secure your place
- Complete enrolment paper work
- Start the course
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- About the concept of physical disability and importance of differentiating between the individual and their disability
- How to address the impacts and challenges of living with a physical disability, including the importance of independence and inclusion
- The key concepts of manual handling in relation to assisting and moving individuals, including the impact of assisting and moving for workers and individuals
- The worker’s own role and roles of others in assisting and moving individuals, including how to prepare the environment and individual prior to assisting and moving.