Training and events

EE awareness training

This workshop may be of interest to both members and non-members and is presented with the aim of teaching delegates about the EE Standards and the award process. The workshop will also provide an understanding of good practice in creating a healthy psycho-social environment for providers and recipients. It provides a forum to:

  • learn more about Enabling Environments
  • reflect on the application of the standards in developing your service
  • build relationships with other services with similar goals
  • develop a greater understanding of the award and assessment process.

Next training events

Follow the links below to register:

Please note that this will be online training taking place on Zoom.

Cost: £55 + VAT per delegate (Free to member services)

Preparing for assessment training

This workshop is aimed at EE member services who are preparing to take part in the Enabling Environments Award process. It assumes that participants have a basic understanding of Enabling Environments and the Award process. The workshop is designed to:

  • further your understanding on how to build your portfolio
  • share tools and tips for gathering evidence
  • provide an in-depth understanding of the EE process
  • provide the space to ask questions and hear back from like-minded services.

Please note that this will be online training taking place on Zoom over two afternoons.

Next training event

Cost: £55 + VAT per delegate (Free to member services).

Become an EE assessor

If you are interested in becoming an Assessor, take a look at the Job Description and Person Specification EE Assessors and EE Assessor Application Form 2020.

Return completed application form, along with a CV, to eeadmin@rcpsych.ac.uk.

Next online EE assessor training days: Thursday 14 July 1.30pm-5pm and Friday 15 July 1.30pm-5pm

EE telephone clinics

Clinics are held regularly and are for members only. They are group online meetings offering you the opportunity to ask a Lead Assessor questions about your own EE process, and to benefit from discussions with other member services. Topics might include:

  • how to get started in the EE process
  • ideas for developing your EE if there are one or more standards you do not meet
  • how to gather evidence on a particular standard
  • how to deal with apathy from providers or recipients
  • what to do if there are some criteria that seem to be inapplicable
  • discussing assessment guidelines.

The next clinics are on the following dates:

  • Friday 1 July 2022 at 3pm
  • Monday 11 July 2022 at 3pm
  • Wednesday 27 July at 3pm
  • Tuesday 9 August at 1.30pm
  • Wednesday 24 August at 3pm
  • Tuesday 6 September at 1.30pm
  • Monday 19 September at 3pm

We offer space for four services at each session.

To book: Please write to eeadmin@rcpsych.ac.uk with details of your organization and names of participants.

Cost: Free to member services

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