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JSP would like to welcome Liz Towers to our Case Management Team in Scotland. An Occupational Therapist with a weal… https://t.co/oFkjcJ9sFy

on December 2nd, 2020
@JSParkerLtd

JSP would like to welcome Liz Towers to our Case Management Team in Scotland. An Occupational Therapist with a weal… https://t.co/oFkjcJ9sFy

on December 2nd, 2020

Training at JSP

Our training team is dedicated to providing specialist training for professionals, practitioners, support workers, carers and families who are working or living with children and adults with a brain or spinal injury. "Clients say that JSP trained workers understand their needs more comprehensively, are more
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JSP support worker training Covid update

Posted on: 9th April 2020

JSP’s training team resonded to the Covid 19 crisis by developing webinar training to keep support workers skilled and up to date in the safety of their own homes.

The training team have been determined to ensure that our support workers continue to have access to our specialist training options which we have always promoted to be within a face to face setting rather than the generic content of e-learning.   COVID-19 has challenged us to be more creative about our training delivery and we are delighted to have now rolled out our full programme of support worker core and mandatory webinar training for all our support workers.   Our webinar programme is as cost effective as e-learning and brings together the dynamics of face to face classroom training with the convenience of learning at home. Using the JSP focused knowledge and expertise of our trainers, it allows attendees to fully engage with and participate in  the training as well as offer the opportunity for questions and discussion.

Our first cohort of learners loved it and said “Really enjoyed the training and seeing other people in the same situations as we are”; “Better than e-learning-lots of discussion… can we do it this way all the time “ 

Our Support Worker Training Lead, who has developed the training, has said “if anything good can come out of the current situation, it is that we have now developed a bespoke training option for our support workers which is not limited by geography.  I am so pleased to be able to roll this programme out for now and the future of our training delivery”