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FREE online training

Big Life has joined with Manchester Metropolitan University to produce free online training to foster key skills that strengthen community health and wellbeing.

It’s for people working in all sectors and will improve your knowledge of asset-based approaches to person-centred care.

In two sessions of about an hour each you’ll get:

Book your place at the Person Partner Place online training portal.

Locally delivered courses

All Module 1 and 2 courses have now been delivered with no further dates set at the present time. Email us or follow us on twitter @PersonPPMcr to check when new course dates are set.  Module 3: ‘Conducting Asset-Based Conversations’ will be the focus of our locally delivered training over the next few months. For more on the Module click on the link.

NO FUTURE DATES PLANNED – See our FREE online training

NO FUTURE DATES PLANNED – See our FREE online training

This is a FREE 2 day course aimed at clinical and non-clinical staff who have a 1:1 consulting, advising or supporting role (e.g. GPs, Nurses, Practitioners, Social Workers, allied health professionals) and are working in Manchester.

NEW MODULE 3 COURSE DATES 2018/19:

Course 17 – Thurs 4th and 18th Oct (Venue TBC)

Course 18 – Weds 14th and 28th Nov (Venue TBC)

Course 19 – Tues 15th and 29th Jan (Kath Locke Centre, Hulme)

Course 20 – Weds 13th and 27th Feb  (Kath Locke Centre, Hulme)

Course 21 – Weds 6th and 20th March  (Kath Locke Centre, Hulme)

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Asset 1 Rope

Module 1: Introduction to asset-based approaches to person centred care

What is it about?

Module 1 is focused on introducing and enabling asset-based approaches to person-centred care, and supporting people to build on their own capabilities.

Who is it for?

Module 1 is aimed at anyone working in primary health and social care integrated neighbourhood teams in Manchester and there are also places for staff working in Manchester’s voluntary sector.

Module 1 is a one day course.


Asset 1 Rope

Module 2: Facilitating asset-based approaches to person centred care

What is it about?

Module 2 will focus on facilitating care and support using asset-based approaches: linking individuals to community assets.

Who is it for?

Clinical and non-clinical staff or other professionals supporting asset based care in an integrated team (e.g. care navigators, link workers, health trainers) working in Manchester along with staff working in Manchester’s voluntary sector.

Module 2 is a two day course.


Asset 1 Rope

Module 3: Conducting Asset Based Conversations

What is it about?

Conducting Asset-Based Conversations is a two day workshop that enables people to understand how to integrate an asset based approach in 1:1 conversations.

The workshop is designed around the end goal of supporting practitioners to use a range of approaches, techniques and practical skills in person centred coaching, motivational interviewing and care & support planning.

Who is it for?

Conducting Asset-Based Conversations is aimed at clinical and non-clinical staff who have a 1:1 consulting, advising or supporting role (e.g. GPs, Nurses, Practitioners, Social Workers, allied health professionals) and are working in Manchester.

What will the course cover?

The programme will cover:

This is a fast paced, challenging highly interactive workshop with an emphasis on skill practice and development. There will be many opportunities to build on your current skills, and consider how using asset based approaches can enhance the impact of your 1:1 conversations. Peer challenge and support is promoted along with feedback with the intention of creating a community of practice. The workshop will be co-facilitated by TPC Health .

What previous participants have said about Module 3

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For more information

If you are interested in any aspect of the PPP Programme, please Email Viola Robinson, Project Assistant at v.robinson@manchester.gov.uk or phone 0161 234 4048.