The training programme is suitable for all groups of professionals and all types of professional practice within health and social care. It focusses on how person-centred care can be used in to support your particular professional practice in your specific context with its unique opportunities.
The training programme consists of an initial meeting and three freestanding modules. Each module consists of three 50-minute meetings. If you want to complete the entire programme, the total time will therefore be 10 times 50 minutes. For groups with less time, it is also possible to hold the initial meeting and complete one or two of the modules.
The training programme is carried out in groups and the idea is for you to come up with collective approaches. Each meeting is a combination of theory, discussion and exercises. Between each meeting, the members of the group will practise and reflect in their day-to-day work.
The training programme is to be conducted in groups of 4-6 participants. It is important to choose participants with different roles and skills. You will then have more perspectives and more opportunities to implement the changes you want after the training programme.
One person in the group is group leader. The group leader is responsible for preparing each meeting, for facilitating the group and for providing instructions during the meetings. The group leader also participates in discussions and exercises in the training programme.
It is important that the group has explicit support from the managers concerned. The group needs the time required for the training programme to be set aside and to receive support to practise what they have learned.