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  1. How to use the Outcomes Star

    service. Normal list Very valuable training Karen Cummins, Lamp No How to use the Outcomes Star Training ... courses How to use the Outcomes Star ... Understand what the Outcomes Star system can do and how it can help in your work Be able to use the Star ...

    9 Oct 2015 - 4:29pm

  2. Why join?

    research, sector news and policy updates. Join and you’ll also enjoy discounted prices on training ... knowledge, experiences and solutions. Outcomes Star Measure your service users' progress and your ... organisation's success. The Outcomes Star System is an online IT system that is available FREE to Homeless Link ...

    12 Mar 2015 - 5:43pm

  3. Supporting people: Engage & empower

    responsibility for their actions and choices. A mixture of training methods is used on this course. You will ... at: http://www.homeless.org.uk/products/training/theme-1-providing-excellent... This course will give ... and choices. A mixture of training methods is used on this course. You will explore typical problems faced ...

    13 Jan 2016 - 2:34pm

  4. A basic Introduction to Trauma Informed Care

    2014 No Tuesday, 5 January 2016 How to use the Outcomes Star ... understanding and resilience, and to minimize the chance of retraumatisation.  This 1 hour training presentation ... trauma is and how it relates to homelessness The biological, psychological and social impact of trauma ...

    19 Oct 2015 - 12:14pm

  5. How can we promote positive social networks in hostels?

    for both residents and staff to acknowledge and celebrate these important transition points. Using Outcomes ... University and Kings College London asked hostel residents who use drugs and/or alcohol this question. ... or alcohol use. Hostel residents described relatively small social networks of 3-13 people. Significant ...

    11 Sep 2015 - 11:46am

  6. Under One Roof: a homelessness A to Z

    approaches to supporting women. H ousing First How it can be used to tackle long-term homelessness. Led ... by a leading academic alongside a service that is using this approach, this session will take a look ... at the strengths and weaknesses of this model and what outcomes it can achieve. I nfluencing and lobbying A step ...

    9 Jun 2015 - 10:54am

  7. Naloxone supply, storage and use

    of course, be kept out of reach of children. Using naloxone The most common Naloxone products ... How to obtain, store and use naloxone. Understanding how naloxone works. Naloxone training for staff ... injections, where a needle is inserted into a vein. A number of products are licensed for use in reversing ...

    7 Dec 2015 - 6:30am

  8. Introducing In-Form

    still keep on top of everything. The Outcomes Star In-Form comes with the Outcomes Star built ... of the important work that you do. It’s a tool to keep track of how effective your organisation ... easier In-Form is cloud based, so you can quickly keep track of the work you do with your clients using ...

    2 Feb 2015 - 1:05pm

  9. A legal substance does not equal a safe substance

    a training course to gain better insight and awareness of the issue. Following this, our alcohol recovery ... misuse drugs alcohol Blogs Carole Fox As we launch our new Legal Highs Awareness training course ... service. From chatting with clients it started to emerge that this pronounced change was down to the use ...

    25 Mar 2015 - 12:45pm

  10. Telling the story of WHY: how qualitative research helped improve service delivery in Brighton

    Can numbers tell us everything? Of course the short answer is no. However, in the current funding ... and commissioning environment, precedence is usually given to recording and reporting hard outcomes and numbers ... Base, CRI and Project Anti-Freeze – using qualitative interviews to look at repeat homelessness across ...

    2 Jun 2015 - 3:17pm

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