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Continuous Professional Development Course and Network Day

Muslim Spiritual Care Provision in the NHS

Tuesday, 19 November 2013 from 10:00 to 17:00 (GMT)

London, United Kingdom

Continuous Professional Development Course and Network Day

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CPD Course and Network Day

for Serving Healthcare Chaplains

One day Master Class on

Rolling with Resistance of Attitudinal Barriers in Effective Communication

Thursday 3rd October 2013
Dorothy Hughes Lodge, Gilwell Park, London, E4 7QW

This special one day Master Class on ‘Rolling with Resistance of Attitudinal Barriers in Effective Communication' will be held on Thursday 3rd October 2013. This continued professional development (CPD) course will include a range of learning activities which will help healthcare chaplains to professionally develop themselves and progress through their career by acquiring the capacity and skill sets required to practise efficiently.

Attitudinal barriers are behaviours or perceptions that often create obstacles in effective communication. Attitudes are commonly formed by an individual's opinions or personal feelings on a subject or person and can be difficult to alter. It overrides the sense of professionalism and can become difficult for a team to engage in productive communication.

The course will help chaplains to deal with issues such as Abstracting or "Selective Hearing"  Emotional Editing, Stereotyping and  Prejudice which can affect the ability to deliver a simple message,  create a breakdown in communication may prove to be  devastating for organizational communication and performance.

 

Muslim Spiritual Care Provision in the NHS, a project of the Muslim Council of Britain in partnership with the Department of Health is tasked to raise awareness about Muslim healthcare chaplaincy, train aspiring chaplains to gain appropriate competence to be available to be recruited in NHS hospitals when opportunity arises. UK’s growing Muslim population is increasingly reflected in the staff and user numbers of the NHS hospitals as well. This also means that the NHS will need more Muslim chaplains to serve its patients and staff than ever before.

For the last 7 years the Muslim Spiritual Care Provision in the NHS has been running an annual residential training course on healthcare chaplaincy providing broad and focussed training on different aspects of healthcare chaplaincy. The success of the course is widely recognised and keeping to the tradition now established Ms. Jane Cummings, the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO)of the NHS Commissioning Board has agreed attend in the closing session and distribute the certificates.

Who should attend?

This training course is targeted at serving chaplains working in NHS hospitals to take up healthcare chaplaincy as a profession.

Learning Outcomes:

The participants attending the CPD Day Course will develop:

o   Understanding of the practical aspects of chaplaincy including attitudinal issues, team work.

o   An insight into various areas of Managing difficult conversation in healthcare chaplaincy

 


Learning method

o  This is a participative and interactive course

o  The information will be provided in a very practical manner and emphasis will be on sharing best practices from other participants employ in their day-to-day work. There will be group discussions, scenarios, role plays, quizzes…etc. 

Learning will be assessed at various stages of the course through oral feedback and in writing. 

 

Trainer:

Dr. Sarfraz Jeraj is a chartered clinical psychologist in adult mental health services in the NHS. He specialises in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy but also has experience in systemic approaches, narrative and solution focussed therapy. He has been involved in leadership, mentoring and personal development training in the Muslim community and other communities for over 4 years and is a facilitator for the MCB Leadership Development Programme. Sarfraz is a qualified MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator) practitioner. He is the Honorary Secretary of the Race and Culture Faculty of the British Psychological Society.

 BOOKINGS: To book your place please complete online registration attached with appropriate payment. Fee for the CPD day course is £125.00. Please make cheques payable to the Muslim Council of Britain.  The course fee includes handouts, refreshments and meal.

We would be grateful if you could kindly forward this on to any mailing lists or pass details to colleagues that you feel may benefit from the course. For further information or to discuss any related aspects please use the following details provided below.

We look forward to seeing you on the above training workshop.

 

 

Muslim Spiritual Care Provision in the NHS

P.O Box 57330,

London,

E1 2WJ

Tel: 0845 26 26 786           Email: nhsspiritualcare@mcb.org.uk

 

Recognition:

The MSCP is pleased to announce that from 2012 this course is formally recognised by the Cardiff Centre for Chaplaincy Studies of the University of Cardiff. The course recognition letter is attached with this flyer.

 

Director:

The Revd. Canon Dr Andrew Todd

 

Supported by St. Michael’s College and Cardiff University

 

 

To whom it may concern:

The Residential Muslim Healthcare Chaplaincy Training Course offered by Muslim Spiritual Care Provision in the NHS (MSCP – a project of the Muslim Council of Britain, in partnership with the Department of Health) has been reviewed by the Cardiff Centre for Chaplaincy Studies (CCCS – a partnership between St. Michael’s College and Cardiff University).  The Centre reviewed the aims, objectives and learning outcomes for the programme, together with the timetable and course leaders.   CCCS recognises the educational value of the programme as a significant piece of initial training for Muslims involved in healthcare chaplaincy, designed to equip them to offer spiritual and religious care effectively in a multi-faith context.   CCCS has committed to further work with MSCP which will establish whether university accreditation may be offered for the programme in the future, by linking it with programmes already offered by the Centre.

The Revd Canon Dr Andrew Todd

Centre Director

 

St. Michael’s College
54 Cardiff Road, Llandaff, Cardiff, CF5 2YJ
(029) 20 563379 or (029) 20 838001
ToddAJ@cf.ac.uk or andrew.todd@stmichaels.ac.uk
www.stmichaels.ac.uk

   

24th January 2012

 

 

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When & Where



Dorothy Hughes Lodge
Gilwell Park
London
E4 7QW

United Kingdom

Tuesday, 19 November 2013 from 10:00 to 17:00 (GMT)


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Muslim Spiritual Care Provision in the NHS

Muslim Spiritual Care Provision in the NHS, a project of the Muslim Council of Britain in partnership with the Department of Health.

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