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Training and Education Group

The aim of the Training and Education Group is to arrange accessible and welcoming training events to contribute to professional development of members and other professionals working with people with brain injuries and other complex conditions.

Training content relates to the BABICM Competencies and Standards and responds to relevant challenges, changes and developments within legal, statutory, medical, social and scientific aspects for clients.

The group meet regularly all across the UK. They run forums, workshops and full conferences developing a rich programme of events in various locations across the UK every year. There are repeated favourites regularly and new one-off events developed to cover key topic areas – often requested by members and other delegates.

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Chair: Sue Brown

Subgroup Members:  Sally Wilkinson, Joanne Foster, Jackie Waggott,  Tracey Clarke, Jenny Webster, Steve Brown , Ged Horton, Tom Miners,  Dawn Abernethy, Jackie Chappell, Alison Wright and Louise Wolsey.

View our forthcoming events here.

Regular BABICM training & education events include:

  • New & Would Be workshops: for those starting out or thinking about a career in case management.
  • Beyond the Beginnings workshops: for case managers who have got to grips with the basics and want to explore aspects of casework and medicolegal issues in more depth.
  • One-day conferences for deputies and case managers: most recently ‘Life of P’ and coming in 2019 ‘Life of Brian’ a great opportunity for joined-up discussion about the some of the shared challenges faced by case managers and deputies.
  • Our two-day Annual Conference in June.

Examples of BABICM workshops & conferences:

  • Case Managing with Curiosity & Creativity: Planning the Best Personalised Care
  • Disclosure Dilemmas Day : Not for the faint hearted
  • Litigation Unravelled: demystifying the claims process
  • Getting the Best Out of Your Psychologist: what’s on Offer?
  • Improving & Managing Sleep Activity & Fatigue Levels in ABI.
  • Complex Cases with Dual Diagnoses.
  • The Litigation Journey: the endgame.
  • Digital Dangers: safeguarding clients online.

BABICM provides a high standard of training for its members and I have been honoured to be invited to organise and deliver a day of training to their members.

'BABICM provides a high standard of training for its members'

Malcolm Underhill, Partner & Solicitor, IBB Solicitors

For a self employed ABI case manager the BABICM training events are essential for professional development.

The quality of learning events is such an important issue when you personally fund your own professional development budget. BABICM always gives excellent value for money.

'BABICM events are essential for professional development'

Rosie Dickson, Case Manager & BABICM Registered Practitioner Member

Collaborate with us!

Are you interested in sponsoring or collaborating on a BABICM event? Please get in touch by contacting our office.

We are always looking for new ideas and topics to interest our delegates and enrich our programme of events – got an idea? Then do drop us a line.

Get involved!

We are always looking for new people to join our busy subgroups and we would welcome your interest.

If you have any questions or would like to participate, please send an email to the chair here.

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