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Parent Sensory Training


Does your child appear uncomfortable in their body, do they fidget, squirm or constantly touch things? Do they struggle to concentrate or are they easily distracted. Do certain sensations upset them? They may have Sensory Processing Difficulties.

Venue:
Links Health Centre
Marine Avenue Montrose

When:
Thu, 25 Oct 2018 9.15am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Autumn events to help farmers and crofters optimise winter nutrition and grazing availability


Cattle nutrition SAC livestock experts will deliver a session on cattle nutrition to release genetic potential and optimise beef enterprise performance. There is wide variation in silage quality between farms and across years. This is compounded by variability in the weather, further impacting quality, yield, cow body condition score and calf performance. This presentation will cover: Setting the scene: Weather variation over recent years and its impact on body condition and winter rationing and how these factors present significant risk to fertility and performance. Variables that affect nutritional demands and why this means no two years are the same.  Understanding changes in demand over the winter, including the forage, energy and mineral requirements through pregnancy and weaning.  Interpreting the key components of a forage analysis and assessing the silage clamp. This will include forage budgeting and the significance of dry matter. Balancing nutritional requirements with this year’s forage quality and stocks and adapting nutritional needs within existing housing systems.  Undertaking cow body condition assessments and using this as a management tool via targeted nutrition. Gauging body condition score from delegates and how this impacts factors such as production, fertility and lameness. Setting targets for weaned calves and presenting the right nutrition. Minimising growth checks through management and nutrition. Interpreting the feed label and reviewing the ration to ensure it is being fed and performs as expected. Grassland management 5Agri specialists Ian Cairns, James Hadwin and Rhidian Jones will deliver workshops on soil and grassland management. The event will provide guidance to help farmers respond to the challenging conditions faced this year with winter storms and a late spring followed by a summer drought. Attention to the basics of soil and grassland management goes a long way to building the resilience required to withstand these challenging weather conditions. Among the topics covered will be: Importance of soil structure and drainage, correcting pH and nutrient deficiencies to ensure high forage production and to extend the grazing season. Deciding on when a sward needs renewing, choosing the correct seed mixture and methods of sward renewal. Much of our grassland is of low production potential and often dry matter yields can be doubled by sward renovation. Managing extensive, low input or upland grazing for best livestock performance and winter feed supply. The pros and cons of various grazing systems including implementing a rotational grazing system to increase the useable yield of grass and improve the quality of the grass being grazed. Conservation of grass for winter feeding and best practice to optimise yield and quality and minimise losses. This is very important when feed is in short supply. Forage crop options for extending the grazing season and providing winter feed for livestock.

Venue:
Northern Hotel
2 Clerk St Angus

When:
Tue, 6 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Autumn events to help farmers and crofters optimise winter nutrition and grazing availability


Cattle nutrition SAC livestock experts will deliver a session on cattle nutrition to release genetic potential and optimise beef enterprise performance. There is wide variation in silage quality between farms and across years. This is compounded by variability in the weather, further impacting quality, yield, cow body condition score and calf performance. This presentation will cover: Setting the scene: Weather variation over recent years and its impact on body condition and winter rationing and how these factors present significant risk to fertility and performance. Variables that affect nutritional demands and why this means no two years are the same.  Understanding changes in demand over the winter, including the forage, energy and mineral requirements through pregnancy and weaning.  Interpreting the key components of a forage analysis and assessing the silage clamp. This will include forage budgeting and the significance of dry matter. Balancing nutritional requirements with this year’s forage quality and stocks and adapting nutritional needs within existing housing systems.  Undertaking cow body condition assessments and using this as a management tool via targeted nutrition. Gauging body condition score from delegates and how this impacts factors such as production, fertility and lameness. Setting targets for weaned calves and presenting the right nutrition. Minimising growth checks through management and nutrition. Interpreting the feed label and reviewing the ration to ensure it is being fed and performs as expected. Grassland management 5Agri specialists Ian Cairns, James Hadwin and Rhidian Jones will deliver workshops on soil and grassland management. The event will provide guidance to help farmers respond to the challenging conditions faced this year with winter storms and a late spring followed by a summer drought. Attention to the basics of soil and grassland management goes a long way to building the resilience required to withstand these challenging weather conditions. Among the topics covered will be: Importance of soil structure and drainage, correcting pH and nutrient deficiencies to ensure high forage production and to extend the grazing season. Deciding on when a sward needs renewing, choosing the correct seed mixture and methods of sward renewal. Much of our grassland is of low production potential and often dry matter yields can be doubled by sward renovation. Managing extensive, low input or upland grazing for best livestock performance and winter feed supply. The pros and cons of various grazing systems including implementing a rotational grazing system to increase the useable yield of grass and improve the quality of the grass being grazed. Conservation of grass for winter feeding and best practice to optimise yield and quality and minimise losses. This is very important when feed is in short supply. Forage crop options for extending the grazing season and providing winter feed for livestock.

Venue:
Northern Hotel
2 Clerk St Angus

When:
Tue, 6 Nov 2018 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


First Aid 1/2 Session 2


This 2  half day session course is a knowledge based and practical skills course.  Participants will have gained knowledge, competence and confidence in  approaching and dealing basic first aid situations particularly in relation to  children Please note this is a two day course and attendance is required on both dates:- Friday 15 February and Friday 01 March 2019 Esk Building, Room 2.05

Venue:
Dundee and Angus College
Esk Building Angus

When:
Fri, 15 Feb 2019 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Information Sharing & Communication & Assessing Risk to Protect Adults (Arbroath)


If you are employed by Angus Council / Angus Alive do not use this online form.  Please log on and apply through Resourcelink online. Target Trainees  This seminar is aimed at qualified staff, practitioners and managers from agencies in Angus (including police, Angus Health and Social Care Partnership, NHS, Angus Council, financial services, the third sector and the independent sector) involved in the operation of adult protection processes. Participants should have an understanding of their agency’s adult support and protection policies and procedures and should ideally have previously attended or undertaken an introductory course on adult protection. This seminar is suitable for professionals who would benefit from an understanding of risk assessment, information sharing and data protection in the context of adult protection. Aims and objectives: AM Information Sharing and Communication (9.30 – 12.30) To develop participants’ understanding of the legislative and policy framework around information sharing and adult protection To consider the barriers to sharing information and how to enhance effective communication about adults at risk of harm, within and across agencies To provide a guide to appropriate use of data protection legislation including input from the Information Commissioner’s Office on data protection legislation PM Assessing Risk (1.15 – 4.00) To consider the circumstances which lead to adults being in need of support and protection To introduce staff to risk assessment methods and how to avoid errors in risk assessment To help staff identify risks and protective factors – for individuals, in families, and within professional systems To enhance participants’ contributions to assessment and decision making

Venue:
Bruce House Room A
Wellgate Arbroath

When:
Fri, 7 Jun 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Roles and Responsibilities in the Protection of Adults (Arbroath)


If you are employed by Angus Council / Angus Alive do not use this online form.  Please log on and apply through Resourcelink online. Target Trainees: care workers, nurses, social workers, social care officers, NHS ward and community staff, Police Officers, Council residential and community staff, psychiatric services, voluntary and private sector and residential and daycare Participants will be staff of any agency providing services for any adults in need, their carers or families.Participants will be staff from any agency who need basic adult protection training that builds on any e-learning or other brief training.  Aims and objectives: To provide a basic guide to the adult protection act and the legal responsibilities of key agencies To explore with others, their role and responsibilities in relation to the support and protection of adults To develop an understanding of the legislative framework for the support and protection of adults To consider what is harmful to adults and how adults in need of  support and protection can be identified To consider how to respond to concerns about an adult at risk of harm To develop knowledge of what facilitates good interagency working with adults, their carers and their families

Venue:
Bruce House Room A
Wellgate Arbroath

When:
Fri, 31 May 2019 9.15am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Roles and Responsibilities in the Protection of Adults (Arbroath)


If you are employed by Angus Council / Angus Alive do not use this online form.  Please log on and apply through Resourcelink online. Target Trainees: care workers, nurses, social workers, social care officers, NHS ward and community staff, Police Officers, Council residential and community staff, psychiatric services, voluntary and private sector and residential and daycare Participants will be staff of any agency providing services for any adults in need, their carers or families.Participants will be staff from any agency who need basic adult protection training that builds on any e-learning or other brief training.  Aims and objectives: To provide a basic guide to the adult protection act and the legal responsibilities of key agencies To explore with others, their role and responsibilities in relation to the support and protection of adults To develop an understanding of the legislative framework for the support and protection of adults To consider what is harmful to adults and how adults in need of  support and protection can be identified To consider how to respond to concerns about an adult at risk of harm To develop knowledge of what facilitates good interagency working with adults, their carers and their families

Venue:
Bruce House Room A
Wellgate Arbroath

When:
Fri, 8 Feb 2019 9.15am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Infection Control 1


Provide basic awareness course about infection control in the childcare setting Please note this is a 2 week course and attendance is required both dates:  Tuesday 23 and 30 October 2018

Venue:
Dundee and Angus College
Esk Building Angus

When:
Tue, 23 Oct 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The National Road show


Paul Kavanagh giving a speech at the Arbroath Bowling Club , entry is free ,

Venue:
Arbroath
Arbroath DD11 1TX Angus

When:
Sun, 2 Dec 2018 7.00pm -
Sun, 2 Dec 2018 10.00pm


Stewart Francis



Venue:
Webster Memorial Theatre
64 High Street, Arbroath Arbroath

When:
Thu, 30 May 2019 12.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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