Join us for a series of online workshops about employability skills and resources.
Register your interest with Colin Pomeroy at email@example.com
Monday the 23rd November 2020 - 10am-12pm (UK time)
Essential skills training – facilitated Scottish Drugs Forum
Good empathic listening is fundamental in the helping relationship. Called accurate empathy by Carl Rogers (1965), it is the cornerstone for person-centred practice. It is fundamental to good communication. In this introductory session we practise refining empathic listening skills and address other core communication skills that are important in the helping relationship.
The aim of the session is to practise core communication skills with a focus on expressing accurate empathy through reflective listening skills.
By the end of session you will have:
- Observed & debriefed a demonstration of the interpersonal style and core communication skills used in a helping relationship.
- Practised the interpersonal style and primary core communication skills.
Tuesday the 24th November 2020 - 10am-12pm (UK time)
European tools for employability: examples of a successful inclusion – Hosted by Agência Piaget para o Desenvolvimento
What are the common factors that set a successful tool for employment? Based on some European examples, this session will bring to discussion the main obstacles and facilitating factors playing a role on the inclusion of people in recovery. The cases reflected in the session will help us to identify what basic determinants we should consider for successful employment inclusion.
Wednesday the 25th November 2020 - 10am-12pm (UK time)
Community of practice and learning platform - Comunità "La Tenda" Cooperativa Sociale
This session will look at the EAER e-learning platform. We will look at the opportunities offered by the platform, explain what a Digital Professional identity is, highlight Role Models and explore EAER resources. The session will also have participants discuss their online presence in relation to their professional goals
Thursday the 26th November 2020 - 10am-12pm (UK time)
SocialMe - The right branding of people in recovery searching for jobs on social media- the Dutch Foundation Innovation in Welfare 2 Work
The ‘Social Me’ vision is to make it easier for people in recovery to move on to work by using social media to their advantage.
‘Social media platforms are progressing further and further, while social media education and social media training programs for people in recovery are seriously behind. EAER would like to help people in recovery by offering a platform and tools that helps people in recovery in the use of social media in an interactive, challenging and creative way’ , Pieter van Schie
This session will look at the aim of a Digital Professional Identity and talk about first impressions, the best profile picture, strategies, content calendar; and methods and concepts around SocialMe
Friday the 27th November 2020 - 10am-12pm (UK time)
Reflection and evaluation