This one-day seminar will provide an opportunity for practitioners and managers to review and explore the ways in which Core Skills for preventing relapse and recovery management have been rolled
This one-day seminar will provide an opportunity for practitioners and managers to review and explore the ways in which Core Skills for preventing relapse and recovery management have been rolled out across services in Scotland. With an emphasis on addressing complex substance use and mental health needs together, the NES Core Skills training and coaching programme has been delivered by local trainers over the last eight years. The current focus on Workforce Development to support the strategy, ‘Rights, Respect and Recovery,’ provides the opportunity to review the ways in which local services have developed training programmes to enhance practitioner development and encourage use of these skills in practice to promote recovery and reduce overdoses. This seminar will highlight the training and coaching happening, explore resources available, and discuss the challenges faced. Coaching, training and supervision strategies to enhance implementation will be explored based upon the model provided by the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN).
This seminar has been developed for practitioners, managers, and commissioners working in substance misuse and mental health services which provide low intensity interventions and psychological therapies, including applicants from the NHS, social care and third sector organisations.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Deadline for Applications: 30th October 2019
To register your interest and receive an application for this course, please visit the NES Portal at: https://www.portal.scot.nhs.uk
Instructions on how to register on The Portal can be found on the Psychological Interventions team website:
(Wednesday) 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
5-21 Grosvenor Street, Edinburgh, EH12 5EF