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Clear routes for professional development, e.g. liaison with local universities for access to courses, or by training on site – creating a “learning culture”. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next)

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The creation of clear structures for professional development, support and training for staff, and working jointly with youth agencies or other services to provide access to a separate pool of highly skilled staff. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next)

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Staff development: Clear routes for professional development, e.g. liaison with local universities for access to courses, or by training on site – creating a “learning culture”. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next 2)

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Depending on the situation young people may be physically held for as short a time as possible so that they cannot hurt themselves or anyone else around them. Nursing staff receive training on how to do this safely and kindly. (As a last resort) medication may be given to help calm them down. Staff will offer support after this type of experience or if they have been affected by this happening to someone else.

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Staff receive mandatory safety training updates and feel they are well supported by their managers following any incidents or near misses.

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All staff complete regular safeguarding children and adults training to provide them with safeguarding current information, and policy.

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A member of staff has a specialist role for the management of deliberate self-harm. This involves learning and facilitating a number of CBT and DBT techniques. All staff attend regular self-harm training and updates.

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Specialist training for staff is offered in: the ability to carry out a mental state examination, to make a diagnostic assessment to undertake structured behavioural observations, and to undertake structured cognitive functional and developmental assessments. (UCL CAMHS Competence model)

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Well-thought-out staffing to provide a strong team of well supported staff. There needs to be clarity of roles within the team so that everyone understands their roles and those of others. Staff to share ethos of service which provides a clear responsibility of purpose. Staff to be trained in developmental and mental health issues, and also de-escalation training to increase confidence in handling aggression. A commitment to effective systems of regular staff support to underpin all of this. (Where Next)

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The workforce training and development plan ensures that the Trust has a trained and skilled workforce across health, education and social care confident in supporting young people. Read more: http://www.yorkshirecoastradio.com/news/local-news/1761678/improvements-for-mental-health-care-for-youths-in-east-riding/

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