iTHRIVE training - Getting Advice and Signposting

Thursday, 19th September 2019 at 9:00am
Ashton Old Baths

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GM i-THRIVE Training Academy

 Getting Advice & Signposting Training

 What is it?

GM i-THRIVE Training Academy

The GM iTHRIVE academy provides training across the sector on learning and development modules which have been created to deliver key competencies required to deliver care in a THRIVE-like way.

The modules are:

·       Shared Decision Making

·       Getting Advice – Assessment and Signposting

·       When to Stop Treatment

·       Risk Support

Getting Advice & Signposting 

Getting Advice and Signposting is one of the needs-led groups within the THRIVE framework. This group includes CYP with mild or temporary difficulties AND those with fluctuating or ongoing severe difficulties, who are managing their own health and not wanting goals-based specialist input. You can learn more about this grouping:


Getting Advice & Signposting training

This training addresses:

·       How to consider which THRIVE group may be most appropriate and to collaboratively explore and decide on options

·       How to share a common language across sectors and with children and young people

·       How to support self-management when this is the agreed approach

·       How to keep up to date with what is available locally

Who delivers it?

Professor Miranda Wolpert MBE and Dr Ann York, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and co-founder of the Choice and Partnership Approach along with the Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC) developed the training content. Training has been adapted to suit Greater Manchester specifically, and is delivered by the GM Training Leads for Getting Advice & Signposting.


Who is it for?

·       Primary care (different age groups i.e. HV, school nurse primary, school nurse secondary)

·       Local authority children’s services (different services i.e. social care, early help, drug & alcohol, YOS, SfYP etc.)

·       Education (EYs setting, primary school, secondary school, Further Education)

·       CAMHS (specialist, community)

·       Voluntary sector

·       Young people

·       Anyone who works with children and young people


What is expected of attendees?

        Attend training (1 day)

        Complete a project/piece of work to embed practices back into workplace

        Attend follow up day to share learning/project outcomes (half day). To take place 6 weeks after initial training

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Starts: Thursday, September 19th 2019 at 9:00am
Ends: 4:30pm

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Bookings close: September 18th 2019


Ashton Old Baths
Stamford Street West
United Kingdom

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This event is organized by Tameside and Glossop CCG.

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