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Autism Berkshire provides high-quality training to people on the autism spectrum, parents, carers and professionals working with people with autism, promoting understanding of autism and issues associated with autism.
The courses include an introduction to autism spectrum conditions, advice for parents and carers, and life skills for autistic adults, along with bespoke training tailored for professionals working in areas such as human resources, the care sector, education, health and the criminal justice system.
Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service
2017 Free training - Adults at Risk - Fire Safety Awareness training for partner agencies
This document/training is a fire safety guide for all those involved in the care of adults in the community. It lays down the minimum recommendations for the protection of adults at risk from fire.
It is recognised that there are many considerations to be taken into account when planning a care package to allow someone to continue to live in the community with extra support to ensure their safety and wellbeing. If fire safety is not considered and the correct protection measures are not put in place then the person may not be safe in their home. They will be at the greatest possible risk should a fire occur.
As part of the partnership approach being adopted, Adult Social Care and Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service (RBFRS) can supply the following resources to support agency partners, families and the end user.
This training package is designed to enable you to work with Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service to protect vulnerable adults living in the community from the risks of fire. It has been designed for use by:
- Domiciliary care workers
- Adult Social Care staff
- Staff in any other organisation involved in care of people in their own homes
The aims of this training package are to highlight:
- The increased risk of fire to vulnerable adults living in their own homes
- Who is more at risk
- The protection measures and additional equipment that is available
- When to make a referral to the Fire Service
- How to make a referral to the Fire Service
To find out more about the courses and whether they are suitable for your organisation, contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to book yourself and members of your organisation on to one of our training courses, visit our Eventbrite page to find a time and date that is suitable for you.
Slough Borough Council Training
Carer Aware training is an on-line course about the role of carers.
This course is aimed at raising the awareness of the role of the carer and the support available to them.
Logon To Care is for people who work in Adult Social Care.
It contains a wide range of free e-learning resources to support adult social care and is updated continuously with new material.
Training for people caring for adults in Slough
The council offers training and development to people working for care provider organisations and individuals who care for a friend or relative in Slough. Providers have access to a Learning and Development programme that includes statutory training required by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to meet their essential standards.
Adult Learning and Skills Service
There are courses covering a wide range of subjects including basic English and maths skills, employability courses, IT classes, health and exercise workshops and getting into volunteering.