Seminars and workshops covering current issues within the care sector will be running throughout Care Roadshow London and are free for visitors to attend.
CPD certificates are available for seminar attendees upon completion of a Certificate Request Form which will be available at the show.
10.30am – 11.00am: Recruitment and Retention: Best Practice, Trends and Innovation
Neil Eastwood, Founder & CEO at Care Friends & Author of #1 bestseller Saving Social Care
Join Neil to discover the latest research on which methods work best to recruit high performing care staff, the big trends affecting the social care recruitment market and the latest innovations to help you source more quality applicants. He will also share the retention secrets from the top-performing employers around the world. Come along to transform the way you find and keep care staff!
11:30am – 12.00pm: An Outstanding Mindset – The difference that makes the difference
Jermaine Harris, Inspirational Speaker and Empowerment Trainer for the Care Sector
Jermaine uses a blend of psychology, ‘The FISH philosophy’, fun and his personal experience as a relative of a Hallmark resident to empower the team. In a thoroughly enjoyable and interactive session he covers a range of topics that increase morale, productivity wellbeing and more. The session has an emphasis on feeling happy, motivated, reducing stress and increasing resilience. It is training that makes a real difference to both the individual and team as a whole. The training achieved a 97% “outstanding” feedback rating across the care sector.
12.45pm – 1.15pm: Achieving Outstanding through ‘Business As Usual’
Leah Cooke, Policy Leader, Quality Compliance Systems Ltd
When was the last time you used the term ‘Business As Usual’? Can you remember what ‘Business as usual’ even looked like? It’s safe to say as a sector we have been thrown the biggest curve ball with the pandemic, and only now, we are just beginning the journey of moving towards ‘Business as Usual. Albeit with what feels like baby steps.
This session will look at what activities you and your team you do every day and the learning from the last year to provide evidence that demonstrates great outcomes for people. By focussing on ‘business as usual’ processes, systems and organisational culture we will explore how you can build a picture of a service that has weathered the COVID storm and is in a place to start moving forward to outstanding.
2.00pm – 2.30pm: An Update From the CQC
Valerie Mckenzie, Inspection Manager Care Quality Commission
Join this CQC session to get a better understanding of how we’re changing how we regulate to improve care for everyone with the publication of our new strategy in May 2021, as well an update on our work over the last 12 months and a chance to ask questions of your local inspection manager. We look forward to seeing you there.
10.00 – 10.20am & 1.30pm – 1.50pm: How to use meaningful music within dementia care
Rosie Mead, CEO, Musica Music and Wellbeing CIC
In this interactive workshop Rosie will provide you with the tools needed to deliver meaningful music for those within your care. Drawing from her research during her Masters and PhD both focused on dementia care, Rosie will demonstrate activities for engaging in music. Participants will go away with confidence to use meaningful music within their daily dementia care. Come and join in with this hands-on session where instruments will be provided and fun is guaranteed!