Phoenix Futures celebrated picking up an award for best not-for-profit learning and development programme at a prestigious awards ceremony on Wednesday.
At the Training Journal Awards in London, Phoenix’s Head of Learning and Development Frances Gray received the bronze award at the ceremony hosted by the presenter and actress Denise Van Outen. The national charity was shortlisted for the category, alongside Home Group and St Mungo’s Broadway, for its induction pack which is given to all new members of staff starting at Phoenix.
Frances Gray said: “We are so proud to pick up this award for our learning and development programme which is part of our overall induction for new staff. We believe giving people the best start at Phoenix will ensure they continue to develop their learning and provide them with the right tools to deliver the best service we can. We have a dedicated learning and development team who work hard to ensure staff have access to the right training and can broaden their own personal development ambitions.”
Phoenix offers affordable training to external organisations, drawing on its expertise and knowledge of the sector. The training sessions are carefully crafted and developed to suit a range of learning styles, and are interactive and informative. Courses can be tailored to suit the needs or requirements of your organisation.
Phoenix provides training on topics such as:
- Novel Psychoactive Substances
- Drug and Alcohol Awareness
- Motivational Interviewing
- Working with Families
- Managing Challenging Behaviour
- Deprivation of Liberty and Mental Capacity Act
Phoenix also runs a two-day Train the Trainer course, which provides a Level 3 Gateway qualification in Delivering Training.
For more information contact email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Emma Dibblin on 07739 983 039.