Introduction to Supported Decision-Making
The training has been designed as continuous professional development activities for Psychosocial Recovery Coaches, but also suits people working in the mental health and human services sectors, people with lived experience, carers and family.
Two free training modules providing an introduction to Supported Decision-Making:
Module 1: Supported Decision-Making: What it is and why it’s important
Module 2: Supported Decision-Making and Psychosocial Recovery Coaches
Each module is approximately 45 mins-60 mins in duration. You can take your time or go as quickly as you like.
The process of Supported Decision-Making (SDM) aligns with the values of recovery-oriented practice.
The modules include access to further resources where you can explore more about key concepts and practices. The modules also contain interactive elements such as flip cards, questions, videos, scenarios and more. Look out for instructions on screen as to how these sections work.
Throughout this course you’ll be using an e-journal. Reflective practice is a commitment that contributes meaningfully to continuously improving work practices, an important element of SDM processes.
To enhance greater skills and competences we encourage further ongoing training on the topic.
Who is this for
These free modules are accessible to all staff working with people in the psychosocial disability and mental health and human services sectors.
We encourage their use by other practitioners, as well as people with lived experience, carers, family and informal support persons.
All of our professional development training is available for delivery on site at your organisation. Alternatively, we can tailor a course to suit your specific requirements. Contact us to find out more email@example.com