Partnership communications – COVID-19 iLearn Recovery module
This iLearn will show you how to use the Recovery model and guide. It will support you to:
- Consider a Trauma Informed approach and show you how Motivational Interviewing can help you.
- Introduce you to PACE (Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity, Empathy), and how it can support you in your work.
- Introduce you to Psychological First Aid and show you how this applies to the guide.
- Understand what the recovery approach means for your service, school or organisation.
Two specialist modules to help you develop your knowledge and skills in recognising and responding to trauma to support recovery:
Motivational Interviewing: Introducing you to the theory and skills and how to put it into practice. Specialist modules for schools and workforce wide.
PACE, Dan Hughes: (Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity, Empathy)
Webinar to introduce you to PACE, the
theories behind it and how to put it into practice.
Putting it into practice…
We want to support you with putting your learning in recovery into your daily work with children, families and adults:
There are practice examples for your service, school or organisation to show you how you can bring the model and guide to life, to increase your knowledge, skills and confidence in recognising and responding to the impact of Covid-19:
Access: Covid-19 Recovery iLearn
- Visit: Cheshire West and Chester Staff
- Visit: Multi-Agency Partners and Schools – click the second box and then ‘Log in as a Guest’, use password Covid2019
Further free online training:
The Recovery module also gives you access to a
range of other free online training related to Our Way of Working and to support you in your role:
- Psychological First Aid
- Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
Training and Development
We are currently finalising our training schedule. To find out more and to book:
- Visit: Training for you
Paper Tigers Film
New dates are now available:
To book and find out more please email: Amy.Kendrick@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk
- Tuesday, 11 May, 1pm – 3.30pm
- Wednesday, 9 June, 10am – 12.30pm
- Plus more dates running until October.