Fulfilling Lives South East has delivered high quality bespoke training to numerous service providers throughout the duration of the project.
Since 2018 we’ve trained over 700 members of staff, working in partnership with services including:
- Brighton Probation
- University of Brighton Social Work students
- Job Centre Brighton
- Several temporary accommodation providers in East Sussex
- Hastings Borough Council
- Brighton and Hove City Council Housing Needs Department
The training we deliver is free of charge and tailored to the needs of the service.
Our sessions are distinct from other training providers in that all our sessions are designed and delivered co-productively with people who have lived experience of multiple and complex needs. Our training is also co-authored and delivered by our specialist workers, who have extensive experience of working directly with clients with multiple and complex needs. The content is therefore very practical and emphasises the application of approaches such as trauma-informed and de-stigmatising practice to real life situations.
Fantastic session. Really engaging, I feel case studies brought to life the complex needs of vulnerable adults. All of the workers had a real passion for their work which really showed
We have delivered training on a range of subjects including ‘Supporting people with multiple and complex needs’, ‘trauma-informed practice’, ‘psychologically informed environments’ and ‘Systems change’.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, we have continued to deliver our training online, running interactive workshops and presentations. We have also released several recorded training videos that you can find here:
It was a great training session - All facilitators were very eager and informative, and it was the smoothest running online training session I've been to!
I found this session really useful and was really comfortable to engage with the facilitators. I found this session to be a safe place to ask questions, be curious and think outside my box
As Fulfilling Lives approaches its final year as a project and our client-facing work draws to a close, we will have less capacity to deliver bespoke training. Instead our focus will be shifting to delivering several more general sessions on supporting people with multiple and complex needs that will be open to staff from across the sector and will be advertised via Eventbrite. These sessions will be delivered online for the foreseeable future and will continue to be free of charge.
To stay up to date with our training offer, please follow us on Twitter or check back here for updates.
For any further information regarding our training, please email the Learning Impact Manager, Lewis Edwards.