Training to Support erosh Good Practice Advice & Guidance

Erosh offers in-house training to accompany the good practice advice and guidance available to members through our website. This training is available to any organisation looking for a cost effective solution to ensuring their staff are adhering to professional standards and national good practice. Erosh members also benefit from discounted rates. Not an erosh member? Join today

Training is delivered by erosh-approved specialists and can be packaged to meet your specific requirements and tailored to achieve your objectives.

At the moment topics include:

  • Safeguarding vulnerable adults and housing
  • Professional boundaries
  • Person-centred support planning
  • Intergenerational projects

We will be adding to this list as we develop our good practice resources. In addition, if there is something you need training on that we don’t list, please contact us. We work with a range of expert associates and will be able to tailor make a programme for you at a cost effective rate and with a discount for erosh members.

To find out more contact Rebecca Mollart.

Plus discounted Sitra training!

We have negotiated a special deal with Sitra whereby erosh members can claim a significant 20% discount on a number of specially selected open access courses. Sitra is a membership organisation providing leadership, influencing policy through expertise, promoting best practice and providing consultancy, training, information and advice.

Courses include:

1.   Advanced Assessment and Person Centred Planning

2.   Alcohol Abuse in Older People

3.   Dementia and Wellbeing

4.   Depression in Older People

5.   First Aid at Work – HSE Accredited

6.   Health and Safety

7.    Identifying Needs and Outcomes

8.    Lone Working and Risk Assessment

9.     Managing and Recruiting Volunteers

10.   Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards

11.   Mental Health in Later Life

12.   Moving between Housing Support and Personal Care Services

13.   Personalisation: Moving Forward

14.   Service Users as Volunteers

15.   Support Planning and Key Working Skills

16.   Supported Housing and the Law

17.   Tendering for Services

18.   Welfare Reform and Exempt Accommodation

19.   Working with People with Complex Needs


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