DEVELOPING THE ROLE OF THE ACTIVITIES CO-ORDINATOR
This course is aimed at all staff working in the care environment. Individuals will understand the importance of activities to service users in retaining and developing skills to ensure an excellent quality of life. At the end of this activities coordinator training course the candidate have knowledge and understanding of the role of an activities coordinator, ways families can be involved and how to assess service user's activity needs.
Outline of Programme:
- Explore the role of an Activity Coordinator
- Explore current thinking and approaches to providing meaningful activities in a care setting
- Understand how an activity coordinator can involve service users and family carers in designing, planning and providing activities
- Establish a range of activities to cater for individuals
- How to tailor to suit the needs of an individual
- Building self esteem
- Identify ways of keeping up to date and informed about potential new activities
- Volunteering and fundraising
The course is delivered in 3 hours and candidates must demonstrate a willingness to learn along through interaction and group activities.
The training venue should be quiet and undisturbed.
Staff should not be expected to be on duty
Staff attending should remain for the entire length of the session
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