Reflective Practice.

Steve works with  individuals, teams and organisations to provide reflective practice. The benefits of these conversations cannot be overstated. Feedback has included “career changing”, “so much better than the old style of supervision” and “really makes PIE easier to embed in the team”.

He also provides training in the ‘what and how’ of reflective practice and a course on Training the Trainers in Reflective Practice.

Reflective Practice training.

This course is based on Steve Freeman’s reflective practice sessions with people with a wide range of roles and lived experience in statutory and third sectors. It builds on Steve’s experience as a registered nurse and clinical trainer for almost 30 years.

The aim of the course is to identify what reflective practice is and what works well for individuals and teams who embrace the approach. Exercises and scenarios will give opportunities for people to practice their existing and new skills.

Course content is transferrable to a number of areas including management and practice.

By the end of the day’s training delegates will have:

Identified what defines a reflective practice.

Described our experience of supervision and reflective practice.

Recognising the role of solution focused approaches in reflective practice.

Discussed the usefulness of reflective practice.

Practiced skills in reflective practice.

Identified where reflective practice will be useful.

Developed a preferred future model of how delegates will develop reflective practice for themselves and their teams.

This training is appropriate for anyone who manages or practices in any environment which involves working with people who experience difficulties with mental health, drug dependence and accommodation. The skills are transferrable to other environments and are aligned with PIE principles.

Environments in which this approach will prove useful;

  • Health and Social Care.
  • Third sector bodies.
  • Housing and homelessness services.
  • Volunteer groups.
  • Systems change.
  • Lived experience based bodies.
  • Organisational development.

 

Reflective Practice Train the Trainers

This course is based on Steve Freeman’s reflective practice sessions with people with a wide range of roles and lived experience in statutory and third sectors. It builds on Steve’s experience as a registered nurse and clinical trainer for almost 30 years. This period has included training and practice in a number of supervision and reflective practice models in a wide range of environments from academia and research to work with carers and volunteers.

The aim of the course is to identify the knowledge, skills and approaches necessary to support and develop reflective practice facilitators. Exercises and scenarios will give opportunities for people to practice their existing and new skills. Course content is transferrable to a number of skills development areas.

This course forms the second part of the Reflective Practice training package. Delegates will be expected to have completed the introductory course prior to this one.

By the end of the day’s training delegates will have:

Identified how to explain and share reflective practice.

Discussed different approaches to and styles of learning.

Described our experience of what works in training and facilitation.

Recognising the role of solution focused approaches in reflective practice facilitation and training.

Discussed using a reflective approach in training.

Practiced skills in facilitating reflective practice training.

Identified where reflective practice training will be useful.

Developed a preferred future model of how reflective practice will be shared.

This training is appropriate for anyone who manages and shares best practice in any environment. The skills are transferrable to other environments and are aligned with PIE principles.

Environments in which this approach will prove useful;

  • Health and Social Care. Organisational development.
  • Third sector bodies. Systems change.
  • Housing and homelessness services. Volunteer groups.
  • Lived experience based bodies.

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