Training & Professional Development

360 Degrees Healthcare and Rehabilitation Services Ltd (360 Degrees) provide face to face training for all their staff.  The training is delivered by subject matter experts who have extensive experience of both the delivery of training and the health and social care sector.  Specialist training is delivered by our Associate colleagues.

360 Degree’s training is recognised as high quality within the sector and as such we have frequent demand from other organisations to attend our sessions, or for us to attend their workplaces to deliver training. 

We offer training in the following areas and run sessions on a rolling programme.  If you are interested in attending our training or would like to discuss bespoke training for your organisation please check our training calendar or get in touch.

Why have your training delivered by us?

Our trainers have managed the development of the new qualifications for adult social care in England when the QCF was introduced in 2010 these include:

  • Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults)
  • Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Children and Young People)
  • Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults)
  • Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care
  • Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health & Social Care
  • Including the Care Certificate

In addition to our national background in the development of standards, qualifications and policy relating to the development of the adult social care workforce we also have grass roots knowledge and experience of improving care services.  Our Associates have a background in advocacy services and a detailed working knowledge of the Mental Capacity Act 2005, Mental Health Act 2007 and the Care Act 2014.  We have been delivering training for a number of years and are experienced in tailoring the learning to different learning styles, making the training innovative and interactive.

We are also experienced in working with our clients to tailor the learning to the needs of their business. 

So why not choose us for your training?

Providing effective support and supervision

18 December 2017

Managing another member of staff or team and watching them develop and grow can be extremely rewarding, but the support and supervision relationship is something that requires work. Explore your supervision skills and style in relation to the three main functions of supervision.

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Work smarter not harder: time management

18 December 2017

Life can be complex and demanding. Technology helps us to ‘work smarter’ but brings with it increasingly blurred boundaries between work life and personal life. Developing effective strategies for managing your time is essential to balance the conflicting demands.

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Effective written communication

18 December 2017

Writing skills are an important part of modern communication, whether it’s through communication logs, letters, reports, tender applications, communicating online or via a blog. This course will help you to refine your skills of written communication to ensure that you are able to communicate your message with clarity and ease to your intended audience:

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Understanding the role of an advocate

18 December 2017

This interactive course will develop your understanding of the role of an advocate; when an advocate may support a service user, how they can support and what is meant by ‘person-centred advocacy.’

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Medication

18 December 2017

Understanding the law in relation to the administration of medication, and safe handling of medication protocols is a key part of any care worker’s job role. This training aims to develop your knowledge of handling, administering and supporting clients with medication.

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Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards

18 December 2017

The Mental Capacity Act 2005 allows restraint and restrictions to be used – but only if they are in a person’s best interests. This training course aims to increase your knowledge of DoLS on the front line.

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Mental Capacity Act

18 December 2017

The Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) is designed to protect and empower individuals who may lack the mental capacity to make their own decisions about their care and treatment. Our one-day course with an experienced Mental Health Practitioner will provide you with a basic working knowledge of the legislation & policy and what it means for you in practice for your job role.

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Care Certificate

18 December 2017

The Care Certificate is a set of minimum standards that social care and health workers must follow when carrying out their day to day duties, and must be covered as part of induction training for new workers.

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All our care plans are tailored to you contact us now for a free assessment