Community Support Worker Tools
Our Community Support Worker Tools Courses
These courses are designed to provide specialist tools and skills for those who work in the community and healthcare sectors, from management to frontline roles.
Built around key concepts such as person-centred care, self-determination, and strengths-based practice, the training helps develop best-practice skills and explores emerging issues.
Who are these courses for?
Advocacy is a communication-driven form of changemaking. This course will provide you with the skills, tools and knowledge to have a real impact when advocating for yourself or another individual.
Personality disorders are one of the most misunderstood and stigmatised mental health conditions. This practical and accessible course is designed to sort the myths from the facts and empower better service provision.
Self-regulation of emotions is a constant process that governs our responses to our experiences and environment. This course introduces a set of tools and strategies for modulating responses and managing mood, which can be used personally or with clients.
Identifying and responding appropriately to mental health issues can often be complex when a person also has other disabilities. Learn how mental health and other disabilities interact and acquire the skills needed to identify and support clients with a dual diagnosis.
Over half of people with a serious mental illness are known to misuse substances, while 84% of substance misusers have some sort of mental health disorder. This course explores the complex interrelationship between mental health and substance use.
Part of ensuring human dignity is accepting the right of each person to take risks and make choices. This course explores how we can ensure that legal and safety requirements are met while maximising an individual’s self-determination and freedom.
DBT treatment is a powerful cognitive-behavioural approach, which helps people integrate the seemingly opposite strategies of acceptance and change. This course introduces the concepts behind DBT and provides a suite of practical tools for personal or client use.
Client records and progress notes are key tools in recording client progress, demonstrating duty of care and informing decision making. This practical course will help participants improve their documentation, making records more effective, relevant and efficient.
Coercive control is a pattern of behaviour such as assault, threats and humiliation used to harm, punish, or frighten a victim. This insightful course explores the nature of coercive control and gaslighting and empowers participants to recognise and ultimately combat them.
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