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Job Title: Trainee Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Coventry, West Midlands (County)
Salary: £21892/annum
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Job Description: Trainee Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner

Mission Statement

Together with people who have experienced mental health problems we provide quality services and support that reduce stigma and promote positive mental health and wellbeing.

Job Details

Job Title: Trainee Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner

Location: Coventry and Warwickshire

Salary: Salary Band 4 AFC – £21,892 per annum

Hours: Full time – 37.5 hours

Purpose of the job:

Coventry & Warwickshire Mind is seeking applications from individuals who are keen to undertake the training that is delivered to become a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP) within the Coventry and Warwickshire IAPT Service. The service is delivered in partnership with Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust.

Potentially we will be able to offer a number of training places, commencing October 2020. Selected applicants will initially attend an in house interview on 19th, 20th or 21st May 2020. If successful at interview, you will then be required to complete a short application to the University (by 8th June 2020) from which, if shortlisted, you may be required to attend an applicants’ day on 22nd or 23rd June 2020. Further information regarding the applicants day will be given to the successful applicants. We will not be in a position to confirm places until the university have allocated their training places to all regional IAPT sites and NHE have confirmed course funding.

We hope that the successful applicants will be able to start with the service early October 2020 prior to commencing the university course later that month. If offered a place, the post-holder will be trained and supervised to provide evidence based stepped care interventions to clients with mild to moderate anxiety and depression.

The post graduate accredited training will be provided as part of the West Midlands NHS IAPT programme, involving a combination of University attendance, self-directed study, and in-service clinical work within the IAPT service. It is likely that our allocated training provider will be based in Birmingham and the Black Country.

PLEASE NOTE: These training posts are with Coventry and Warwickshire Mind

What are the entry requirements?

There are two training routes:

Postgraduate Certificate qualification route

A degree in a relevant subject or equivalent (e.g., Registered Nurses and AHPs)

Graduate Certificate route

2 Advanced Level GCEs or equivalent (e.g., B-TEC, GNVQ, NVQ Level 3 and 4)

In order to meet the clinical competence requirements of the course, all trainees, ideally, will work full time (37.5 hrs per week). However, you will be required to complete 1 day at University, 1 day of directed learning and three days in clinical practice offering assessment and low intensity treatment to patients presenting with common mental health problems such as depression and anxiety. You will also receive appropriate Case Management Supervision and Reflective Clinical Skills Supervision. Trainees are allocated to one of 3 locality teams based in Nuneaton (covering North Warwickshire), Stratford (covering South Warwickshire) or Coventry (covering Coventry and Rugby) – please be aware you could be allocated to any of these locations.

Applicants are required to have:

* Evidence of an appropriate qualification and significant experience of working with people who have suffered with a mental health problem (minimum 2 years)

* Excellent communication skills both verbal and written

* The ability to complete a one year academic training course

* Excellent computer skills

* A commitment to equal opportunities

* Due to the large geographical area covered by the service, the successful applicants are required to have access to an independent means of transport for business use.

Postgraduate Certificate in Low Intensity Psychological Interventions in Primary Care

What is the Post-graduate Certificate in Low Intensity Psychological Interventions?

Postgraduate (and Graduate) Certificate in Low Intensity Psychological Interventions (PG Cert) is a nationally designed qualification for workers providing low intensity interventions as part of the ‘talking therapies’ development plan for the NHS. It supports the Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) programme.

What are its aims?

The main aim of the PG Cert is to enable workers to develop recognised competencies including core skills and core values for inclusive and sensitive reflective practice with diverse populations. In addition to generic therapeutic skills it will train workers in a range of low intensity cognitive-behavioural interventions, including guided self-help, to help people recover from common mental health problems.

Who accredits and validates the training?

The PG Cert is academically validated by the University of Birmingham. It is professionally accredited by the British Psychological Society’s (BPS) Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner Accreditation Committee (PWPAC).

Who delivers it?

The PG Cert is a Collaborative Programme run by the Birmingham and Black Country Training Consortium comprising Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust and the University of Birmingham. The consortium will work in close partnership with your employing agency.

What is its structure?

The programme runs for one calendar year and consists of 30 teaching days, 15 directed learning days, and several other days attendance for assessments. It is assessed via examinations, assignments and observed practice on the programme and in the workplace. The programme team and clinical supervisors are closely involved in assessment of skills. The three modules are:

* Engagement and assessment of patients with common mental health problems

* Evidence based low intensity treatment for common mental health disorders

* Values diversity and context

Some posts within Coventry and Warwickshire Mind are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 as they involve working with vulnerable adults and/or children and young people and will require a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

Closing date for initial applications – 12 noon Wednesday 6th May 2020

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