The DICES® Risk Assessment and Management System (Refresher)

Content
23 modules

Rating

Instructor
Dr William Davies

Price
£55.00

Description

**This refresher course is only available to those that have completed The DICES® Risk Assessment and Management System and are wanting to refresh their knowledge and renew their APT Accreditation.**

This empowering training will give you best-practice tools to recognise, assess and manage risks including suicide, self-neglect, violence and sexual assault. This training gives you APT accreditation in the DICES® System for 3 years, access to online resources similarly, and is easily renewable.

For further information on the format of APT online training click here.

Objectives

Many professionals see risk assessment as tedious at best, anxiety-provoking at worst, so we wanted to construct a reliable system that is reassuring and empowering, exciting even! So we created the DICES® System and now over 6,000 professionals use it. What they love about it is that it teaches the essential risk triad in an enjoyable way, and in a way that actually helps them to produce great clinical work. The risk triad is:

  • Notice and assess any risk present.
  • Manage the risk: take action to minimise the possibility of the risk happening.
  • Demonstrate that you have assessed and managed the risk as well as it is possible to do so, and so move on to deliver timely and effective treatment.

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Level 2 APT Accreditation (18 hours CPD)

Learning Credits

CPD
18.0
1.
Introduction and Welcome
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The Scope and Aims of the Course
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Core Knowledge and Risk Assessment and Management
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Problems with Prediction
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Our Professional Responsibilities
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Risk Assessment and the DICES Risk Assessment Checklists
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The Assessment of Suicide Risk
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The Assessment of Suicide Risk 2
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Non-suicidal self-injury
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Risk Management Principles
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The Risk Management Checklists
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Managing the risk of suicide
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Managing the risk of violence
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Constructing a personalised safety plan
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The Risk of Violence to Yourself
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Risk Management. Case example and Feature exercise
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Demonstrating that the risk has been assessed and managed competently
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Self Neglect and Vulnerability
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Vulnerability
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Treatment
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Applying what we have covered reliably
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22.
What have you earned from completing this course?
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Exam
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Added about 24 hours ago, by Carrie
content very relevant and helpful
 
Added 3 days ago, by Sharon
Extensive refresher but understandable on such an important subject
 
Added 16 days ago, by Anonymous
Excellent material
 
Added 24 days ago, by Anonymous
Valuable course and enjoyable.
 
Added about 1 month ago, by Jill
good refresher
 
Added about 1 month ago, by Wayne
Really please to have finished this refresher course, very informative.
 
Added 2 months ago, by Sonia
very thorough and enjoyable course
 
Added 2 months ago, by Laura
very informative
 
Added 2 months ago, by Mandy
It was quite long and would have been better to do in person with others to be able to share experiences
 
Added 3 months ago, by Amanda
It was a very good refresher for what I learned in my original training.

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