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1 Intensive Family Support Service Opportunities for Workforce Development: Potential for Transformational Change Rhoda Emlyn-Jones Dr Amanda Bremble March 2011

2 A Skilled & Focussed Workforce Sharing: Ideology Skills & models Systems & procedures Increased autonomy & accountability

3 IFSS Team: Core skills, Models & Approaches Organisational Development: The Skilled Workforce Wider Workforce Training Independent Sector Health Local Authorities Community Safety Partnerships Education The Wider Workforce

4 Family Children's social worker Adult Social Worker Admin Substance Mis-use Worker Mental Health Worker Childrens Service Case Management Adult Services Designated IFSS Prac Health Visitor Support Worker Support Worker Support Worker Primary Care

5 Training in the IFSS Model of Family Intervention: 4-days Principles: All team members Shared ideologies Skill set Understanding

6 Shared Ideology Engagement Collaboration Outcomes

7 The IFSS Model of Family Intervention: 4-Day Training Day 1: Introduction to the Model: Overview of Model & Training Key Components of the Model: The Process of Behaviour Change Key Components of the Model: Outcome Focussed Work Day 2: Core Skills: Motivational Interviewing, Engagement, Collaboration & Outcomes Beginning the Intervention: Reducing Resistance & Increasing Safety Day 3: Working through the Intervention: Enhancing Motivation to Change Building Action Plans: Consolidating Change Behaviour & Inviting in Support Day 4: Beyond the Intensive Intervention: Maintaining Change The Working Context: Our Team, Clarity of Role & Function

8 Training for other IFSS Team Roles Consultation in the IFSS Supervising in the IFSS IFSS Trainers –IFSS services and wider workforce development

9 Integrated Family Support Service: Workforce Development Modules Module 1: Enhancing Motivation TV Game, Stages of change, 4 statements, Good teacher/bad, Principles of MI, OARS practice Module 2: Lowering Resistance Persuasion exercise, Resistant behaviour, Road blocks & traps, 3-in-a-row, Palm push/shameful secret, Batting practice, Hot seat reflections OARS Module 3: Goal Centred Interventions Why Goals? Case study focus SMART goals, Knowing when youve got there, Negotiating goals with families & professionals Module 4: Promoting Family Change Process of change, Engagement, Motivational tasks at each stage, Miracle Question, Values, Strengths & Goals Module 5: Care Pathways: Maximizing Multi-agency Planning Case study, Brainstorm whats available, Identify goals, High, medium & low importance, Short, medium, long term, Engaging services around the family Module 6: Substance Misuse What you know quiz, Knowledge, Attitudes, Impact on family life, Risk and resilience, Lifestyle impact

10 Accreditation: Assessing Learning Outcomes IFSS Model of Family Interventions: Underpinning Knowledge & Skills for IFSS (Level 2), Implementing IFSS (Level 3), Managing the Delivery of Family Focussed Interventions (Level 6) Consultation Skills in the IFSS Supervising in the IFSS Training the IFSS Trainers All 6 of the wider workforce modules

11 Example Learning Outcomes Level 2: Recognise the philosophy of integrated family support & its impact on outcomes Level 3: Recognise safe working practice while delivering family focussed interventions Level 6: Be able to manage a structured family focussed intervention

12 Assessment Criteria Describe Explain Demonstrate Analyse

13 Progress to Date Guided & negotiated by Care Council & Agored IFSS model of training completed Level 2 accreditation completed Levels 3 & 6 accreditation due for completion March 2011 Systems in place for Training the Trainer and associated accreditation for April 2011-March 2012 Roll out of workforce modules with Pioneer areas begins May 2011

14 Long Term Vision Grow accredited staff Grow expertise in: Training Assessment Verification Complete the accreditation of other IFSS focussed training i.e. supervision, consultation, workforce modules

15 Create Shared Platform Across All Disciplines Legitimacy Adequacy Support Shared Values Shared Skills Shared Language


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