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Participant Feedback

Below is recent feedback received from our course participants. Participants were asked what things will they do differently in thier job as a result of the training:


On a day-to-day basis very little, I shall continue with differentiation techniques to negate any situations that require intervention. If by chance any situation should arise I shall be more aware and more able to act appropriately.
Non Abusive Psychological & Physical Intervention NAPPI Level Two Re-certification (25-10-2012) - Click here for course details

In relation to delivering the training sessions, I feel I am now able to ask learners to think about dealing with issues, rather than just give direct answers, encouraging learners to reflect
Dementia Awareness Trainer of Trainers Award (23-10-2012) - Click here for course details

Ensure best practice and review policy and procedures to ensure I manage aggression in line with company policy.
Non Abusive Psychological & Physical Intervention NAPPI Level Two Re-certification (22-10-2012) - Click here for course details

Assess my work environment more and look at the situation I am going into and what the possible dangers could be.
Non Abusive Psychological & Physical Intervention NAPPI Level One (19-10-2012) - Click here for course details

I will be more aware of the staff team and how they interact with the clients. That care plans/risk assessments are up-to-date. To ensure recording and reporting is adhered to. To transfer knowledge to the staff team.
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Trainer of Trainers Award (17-10-2012) - Click here for course details

Interact more effectively with all staff. Make sure I include all learners and find out if any need special assistance or tools to complete the course. Make sure the course is made fun and enjoyable to all my staff group.
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Trainer of Trainers Award (17-10-2012) - Click here for course details

I have never delivered SOVA training before and this has given me the confidence and information to present this in a well structured way and easy to understand format for my carers.
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Trainer of Trainers Award (17-10-2012) - Click here for course details

I might review some of our manual handling train the trainer course to include some tips learned today, particularly in relation to supporting more nervous participants.
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Trainer of Trainers Award (17-10-2012) - Click here for course details

I will use flipchart paper to record information and learning more. It acted as a good visual refresher as to what we had covered. Learning a subject which is not the day-to-day subject to train, the flipchart notes were more useful to me than if the delivery was very PowerPoint based.
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Trainer of Trainers Award (17-10-2012) - Click here for course details

Look into why certain reactions are made at work. Develop our policy and procedure documents.
MCA/DoLS Trainer of Trainers Award (16-10-2012) - Click here for course details

I will manage better group work (using examples). Use the audience more to let them come up with answers. Q&A at the end.
MCA/DoLS Trainer of Trainers Award (16-10-2012) - Click here for course details

I will deliver this training as a separate course, and I think it made me understand MCA and BLLS. I have definitely improved my knowledge on the authorisation process. As a trainer I feel it was very good reflection of skills.
MCA/DoLS Trainer of Trainers Award (16-10-2012) - Click here for course details

I feel comfortable to deliver first training in MCA and DOLS. Unexpected advice on presentation techniques, hints and tips will be valuable.
MCA/DoLS Trainer of Trainers Award (16-10-2012) - Click here for course details

Be more aware of daily happenings on the people we support and always report and record. Communication is very important.
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Safeguarding Adults Workshop (12-10-2012) - Click here for course details

Be aware of people we support (care plans and guidelines). Report suspicion of abuse appropriately. Be more aware of peoples background, culture and religion.
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Safeguarding Adults Workshop (11-10-2012) - Click here for course details

I am going to be more confident to document incidences. I will also challenge bad practice more and report when I suspect abuse.
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Safeguarding Adults Workshop (11-10-2012) - Click here for course details

The training has made me more aware to look out for things which may happen at my place of work
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Safeguarding Adults Workshop (11-10-2012) - Click here for course details

Excellent delivery by Emma this training was to the point with examples, down to earth and just what the staff could relate too. All staff enjoyed their sessions.
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Safeguarding Adults Workshop (11-10-2012) - Click here for course details

I will suggest futher practice become mandatory to the SENAD group, so that i can develop NAPPI to do its full potential within our services
Non Abusive Psychological & Physical Intervention Level Three Trainers Recertification (08-10-2012) - Click here for course details

Able to train staff in new service users that we will be providing. Giving knowledge to new staff before they work with new clients with autism.
Understanding Autism Trainer of Trainers Award (04-10-2012) - Click here for course details

Support staff to gain a better understanding of autism to improve delivery to our residents.
Understanding Autism Trainer of Trainers Award (04-10-2012) - Click here for course details

Compared to previous training I have had, this had much more emphasis on psychological intervention which I found very helpful/informative
Non Abusive Psychological & Physical Intervention NAPPI Level One (04-10-2012) - Click here for course details

Green behaviour scale, bear in mind even when under pressure, each individuals circumstances
Non Abusive Psychological & Physical Intervention NAPPI Level One (03-10-2012) - Click here for course details

Discuss with my manager. Follow the modules through with each service user to understand them better and help other colleagues with understanding behaviour and ways of refocusing them. Thank you, this course has been very enjoyable.
Non Abusive Psychological & Physical Intervention NAPPI Level One (03-10-2012) - Click here for course details

Think more before acting, eg why is this person acting in this way? What can i do to calm this situation down.
Non Abusive Psychological & Physical Intervention NAPPI Level One (03-10-2012) - Click here for course details

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