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  • Study Type

    Part time available

  • Subject Areas

    Social Work

  • Start Date

    September

  • Course Duration

    1 year part time

  • Course Type

    PgCert

  • Course Fees

    website

  • Last Updated

    03 March 2017

Course content

Minimising conflict, violence and aggression within educational, health and social care settings, particularly mental health and forensic settings, has become an integral part of the professionals role. Moreover, violence is not inevitable and is, therefore, preventable. Positive alliances, effective information sharing and commitment to innovative practice will underpin this course which is aimed at those working within a senior level within their services. You will develop your knowledge and skills related to the recognition and minimisation of conflict and violence. This will be in line with current legislation and best practice guidance.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT

Teaching approaches vary according to the topic and needs of the student. Students will be taught utilising a mixture of lectures, peer review, micro teaching sessions, poster presentations, critical incident analysis, student led seminars, tutorials, eLearn and group work.

The modules use a range of authentic assessment strategies including: essays, practice based projects, poster presentation.

FURTHER INFORMATION

Positive alliances, effective information sharing and commitment to innovative practice will underpin this course which is aimed at those working within a senior level within their services. You will develop your knowledge and skills related to the recognition and minimisation of conflict and violence. This will be in line with current legislation and best practice guidance.
-The Effect of Practice and Leadership Styles e.g. defensive practice
-User Involvement and Empowerment
-Formulation-based Practice
-Utilising the Reflective De-brief to Respond Positively.
-Harm Minimisation and Self-destructive Behaviours
-Organisation and Societal Expectations
-Policy & Legal Issues
-Deconstructing Organisational Culture, Customs and Practices
-Collaborative Practice
-Attitudes: Societal, Organisation & Personal
-Attributed Positions within the Organisation
-Prevalence and Distribution
-Risk: Likelihood and Cost
-Healthy Settings
-Critique and Utilisation of National and International Directives and Guidance

Visit the Conflict & Violence Minimisation - PGCert page on the University of Central Lancashire website for more details!

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