From Centre for Mental Health <[email protected]>
Subject New course for supporting IPS workers
Date September 7, 2020 8:59 AM
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** We've introduced a new virtual course...

Supporting what works: Introduction to IPS for non-Employment Specialists

** Delivered virtually across 2 mornings
10 & 11 November 2020
£195 + VAT per person

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This course provides information and skills to Mental Health staff to enable them to support IPS workers in achieving successful client employment outcomes.

An IPS worker is typically the only person in such a role in their team, often new to health systema and will only work effectively if the team have a good understanding of their role.

IPS is a whole systems approach. For success, it requires involvement of the whole care team and backing by the mental health organisation in which it takes place.

One third of the activities that describe the IPS approach (the IPS Fidelity Scale) have to involve activity from other team members. An effective IPS service needs the support and understanding of clinicians and managers.

The training will cover:
* What is IPS and why does it work?
* How does an IPS employment worker support somebody with mental ill health into work?
* How can the rest of the team (and organisation) support each phase of IPS involvement?
* How does employment fit into recovery-oriented mental health work?

This course can help:
* New areas starting IPS. The course prepares the ground for a new IPS service.
* Areas where integration is proving difficult: This could have been highlighted in a Fidelity Review, either formal or self-assessed.

This course is aimed at:
* Recovery Leads
* Occupational Therapists
* Managers (Mental Health Team Managers, Occupational Therapy Mangers, Service Managers, Recovery Service Team Managers)
* Team Members (Peer Support Workers, CPNs, Social Workers, Support Workers)
* Psychologists
* IAPT teams
* Primary care mental health teams
* Dual diagnosis teams (substance misuse and mental health) and other teams providing ongoing clinical support

The course is not appropriate for areas where employment support is not to be integrated within a team offering ongoing clinical support.

Course Times:

10:00 – 12:00 Day 1
10:00 – 12:00 Day 2

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For more information or to train a group exclusively at your organisation, please contact:

Zak Palmer
[email protected]

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