Saturday 21st September 2019
9.30am - 5pm
Julie Williams of Optimum First Aid is delivering this First Aid Course at The Old Rectory Clinic on Saturday 21st September, 9.30am - 5pm. The course offers a Qualsafe Awards Level 3 Emergency First Aid at Work RQF qualification. It is ideally suited to therapists and wellbeing class instructors or business owners (low risk workplace environments) mandated or wish to comply with Health and Safety at Work (First Aid) Regulations 1981.
The course consists at looking at roles and responsibilities of a first aider, assessing an incident, CPR and use of a defibrillator (AED), unconscious casualty, recovery position, shock, wounds and bleeding, choking, seizures, minor injuries and burns.
The cost of this full day course is £75.65 early bird if booked before the 21st August and £89 thereafter. This price includes a certificate, a first aid booklet, free parking, buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day. For more information and to book your place please contact Julie Williams:
[email protected] or telephone 07817 484418.
Positive psychology is one of the most recent additions to psychology. Its focus is on what makes people happy and it comes with a number of techniques that we can add to our repertoire to help our clients to successfully achieve their goals.
As well as describing how to use the techniques, there will be time to try them out on one another to ensure that everyone leaves feeling positive that they can make the best use of these techniques with clients.
- • This is an all-day workshop.
- • The workshop costs £75.00 and includes the following:
- • All accompanying training notes.
- • Certificate of Attendance - this event counts as 7 Hours of CPD.
- • A delicious locally-sourced buffet lunch.
- • Refreshments mid-morning and afternoon.
Positive psychology looks at the individual and groups. It can be applied to workforce to make work a happier place to spend so much of our waking life. It incorporates ideas of 'Flow' and being 'in the zone' when engaged in a sport or activity. By way of an introduction to Positive Psychology, we'll look briefly at its history and compare self-determination theory and the hedonic adaptation prevention model of wellbeing. We'll discuss what makes people happy, and what, perhaps surprisingly doesn't. We'll look at improving a person's level of happiness. The course will look at the four dimensions of wellbeing, and some useful metaphors to use with clients.
Among the techniques we can use from Positive psychology are:
- Appreciative inquiry
- Recognizing your feelings
- Identifying signature strengths
- Three good things
- Grateful letter
- Counting your blessings
- Random Acts of Kindness
- Active-constructive responding
- Using a strength in a new way
- Best possible self
- Positive reminiscence
- Three questions
- Learning to be optimistic
- Gratitude journal
- Sentence completion
- A wonderful day together
- Life summary
- Worry time
- Worry journal
- Identify your values
Each technique will be explained in detail and then attendees can try them out on each other.
For more details and to book your place please contact Trevor Eddolls:
Phone: 01249 443256
E-mail: [email protected]