Course Overview

We always like to begin the roll out of CALM at a new organisation with a manager’s workshop. The workshop will explore the relationship and role of CALM in your organisation, review expectations and responsibilities, and explain why we teach what we teach. 

A day or half-day event, on-site or online, exploring key legislation and guidance, learning from enquiries, exploring external and internal challenges to best practice, professional frameworks, workforce wellbeing and the business case for CALM – all invaluable in preparing managers for implementing CALM in their services and supporting staff as they begin their journey through CALM. 

What you’ll learn

Right for you?

Who is This Course For?

Education Services

Mainstream schools, ASN (Additional Support Needs) schools, SEN (Special Educational Needs) schools, SEBN (Social, Emotional, Behavioural Needs) 

CALM Core Theory Online is a whole sector approach that can benefit anyone working in Education Services. 

Roles: Pupil Support Assistants, Teachers, Catering and Facilities staff, Principal Teachers, Head Teachers, Class-room Assistants, Teaching Assistants, Special Needs Assistants, Early Childhood Educators, Educational Psychologists, anyone in a Learning and Development role, anyone in a supervisory or senior management role.   

Social Care

Residential Childcare, Supported Living, Housing Support Services, Respite Care, Day Supports 

CALM Core Theory Online is a whole sector approach that can benefit anyone working across the Social Care Sector. 

Roles: Support Assistants, Support Workers, Senior Support Workers, Team Leaders, Project Managers, Operational Managers, Social Workers, addiction workers, workers with homeless, anyone in an L & D role, anyone in a supervisory or senior management role.   

Health Services

Nursing Homes, in patient dementia and older adult services, adolescent and young people in patient settings, Addiction services, Homeless services, forensic services 

CALM Core Theory Online is a whole sector approach that can benefit anyone working in Health Services. 

Roles: Health Care Assistants, Registered Nurses, Doctors, addiction workers, project workers, Reception/Admin staff, Community Health staff, Multi-disciplinary roles such as Speech and Language therapists, OT’s, anyone in an L & D role, anyone in a supervisory or senior management role. 

Testimonials

What Others Say

” As a unit manager I was really pleased that I had the opportunity to attend a CALM Managers Workshop before my staff attended the CALM training. It prepared me effectively and enabled me to respond appropriately to a suddenly very knowledgeable, empowered, enthused group of staff. Had I not attended in advance I think I may have dampened their enthusiasm for change without realising. “

The CALM Manager’s Workshop
Student
” As a result of attending I now feel that I have developed my knowledge and understanding of key guidance and best practice in this area of practice. I can see where we fall short and can do better – I will certainly be making some changes to systems and practice on my return. “

The CALM Manager’s Workshop
Student

Ready to get started?

Let's Connect