‚Äč2019 Instructor Conference

Consistency, Culture, and Care
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Thursday 21st November 2019
The Studio | 7 Cannon Street | Birmingham | B2 5EP
COST: £99.00 + VAT (€115.00)

See below for our special offer if you register for one of our special pre-Conference courses

Join us in November for our 2019 Conference all about leadership in behaviour and creating consistency in your organisation or school. A packed day, featuring keynote speeches from Professor John Baker, Dr Tim O'Brien, Nina Jackson (from Independent Thinking), and more, will add value to your existing training, whether you work in health, social care, or education.
 
To book your place, call us on 0161 929 9777 or email enquiries@crisisprevention.com

Check out the full line up below.

CONFERENCE CHAIR. Mervyn Eastman.
Co-Founder and Society Secretary, Change AGEnts Network UK | Co-founder/President of the Practioner Alliance for Safeguarding Adults (PASA).
Mervyn is a regular contributor to conferences and lecturer at universities mixing serious thought on health, social care and public services with humour. Author of numerous publications on a range of issues related to public services and older people, her was the first person, outside the USA, to publish a book on the - then little acknowledged - issue of elder abuse in the domestic setting.

OPENING GUEST. Ajibola Lewis.
The mother of Seni Lewis has a fascinating and powerful story to tell about her family's fight to change the law surrounding the use of restraint. Her campaigning resulted in the enshrining in law of the Mental Health Units (Use of Force) Bill, 2018, also known as 'Seni's Law'.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Professor John Baker.
Non-executive director at Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Chair of the Quality Committee.
John was appointed to Chair of Mental Health Nursing in 2015 and has a strong international reputation as both a leading Mental Health Nurse and researcher, and has collaborated worldwide. His research focuses on coercion and restrictive practices, patient and professional safety in mental health services, and therapeutic mental healthcare.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Dr Tim O'Brien.
Honorary Senior Lecturer and Visiting Fellow in Psychology and Human Development at UCL, Institute of Education.
Tim's first book was about behaviour and published in 1998.  His most recent book ‘Inner Story’ focuses on understanding the mind. In a varied career Tim has been a senior leader in mainstream and specialist education, consulted to NHS Trusts, coached individuals and teams in a range of global businesses and been First Team Psychologist for three English Premier League Football Clubs. Tim gives keynote presentations nationally and internationally and has won awards for his work in the field of emotional and behavioural needs.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Nina Jackson.
Associate Director, Independent Thinking Ltd.
Nina's work in the area of mental health and well-being has had an overwhelming impact on children, teachers and parents alike. She has rescued many who were on the brink of despair and given teachers the motivation to carry on when they nearly walked away from their careers.
 
8.30am - 9.00am Registration and Coffee
9.00am - 9.15am Opening Remarks from Mervyn Eastman, Conference Chair
9.15am - 9.30am Introduction to the day from Martyn Dadds, Managing Director, CPI International
9.30am - 9.45am OPENING ADDRESS: Ajibola Lewis
9.45am - 10.15am KEYNOTE: Professor John Baker
Understanding Key Components of Interventions to Reduce Restrictive Practices.

Reporting on the findings from the COMPARE Evidence Synthesis from a range of settings (including acute, emergency, Paediatric Intensive Care Units, forensic).
10.15am - 10.30am Break and Networking
10.30am - 11.30am KEYNOTE: Dr Tim O'Brien
What is going on inside your head? The impact of inner stories on how we think and behave.

In this jargon-free keynote Tim will take you on a journey inside your head - and the head of others – to illuminate why we think, feel and behave the way we do. This will enable you to look differently at emotions and behaviour in your own professional context and lived experience.  
11.30am - 1.00pm PARTICIPANT WORKSHOPS
Healthcare/Social Care. 

Where to use 'Situational Application' | Delivering Refreshers | MAPA language - Consistency & Culture
Education.
Aligning Pivotal Strategies with transition and changing stressors across the academic year | Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing: A Continuum Approach | Nurture ABC: Using Lego in Schools
1.00pm - 2.00pm  Lunch
2.00pm - 3.00pm KEYNOTE: Nina Jackson
Behind the Behaviour.

Drawing on her own experiences of mental illness, Nina will examine the hidden ‘coded messages’ that need to be unravelled to support mental and emotional health and well-being.
3.00pm - 4.30pm PARTICIPANT WORKSHOPS
Healthcare/Social Care.
Maximising the Training Cycle | Post-crisis. Debriefing & Learning | 'Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security'. What does it really mean to your organisation?
Education.
Becoming a Trauma Informed School | Intelligent Communication | Supporting Students with Mental Health Issues
4.30pm - 5.00pm CLOSING PRESENTATION: Glyn Connolly (BILD ACT Certification Manager)
The RRN Training Standards.
5.00pm - 5.15pm Closing Remarks

Pre-Conference Courses

Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th November
Delivering MAPA Refreshers that Inspire. A special two-day course delivered by one of our experienced GPIs full of practical advice and real-life situations that will allow you to experience and practice the MAPA Foundation Refresher.
COST: £200.00 + VAT (€235.00)
(Note. Attending this two-day training entitles you to attend the Conference for free)

Wednesday 20th November
Sit&See® Observer Course. Learn invaluable skills and strategies to recognise and record examples of care and compassion with this one-day observer training course (click here for more information).
COST: £200.00 + VAT (€235.00)
(Note. Attending this one-day event entitles you to attend the Conference for free)

 
To book your place, call us on 0161 929 9777 or email enquiries@crisisprevention.com



 
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