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Seetec Training

Introduction to Pact

Pact delivers the EWB element of the probation contract, supporting service users to (insert here). Pact has experience in delivering interventions across prisons and probation and recognises the importance of delivering a service that meets the needs of the service users.Pact has developed both 1:1 interventions and group courses to accommodate these needs and on the following pages.

Being Home

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Confidence and Assertiveness

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Family Finance

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Moving On

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Managing Your Worry

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New Beginnings

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Pact PSHE

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Finish

Congratulations

You have completed the pre-training introduction to Pact's courses. There is a follow-up face to face training session which you will need to attend. Please contact toni.o'hara@prisonadvice.org.uk to arrange

Overview A 1:1 intervention for people on probation to support them to understand how stress influences individuals, and coping mechanisms to help deal with stress. By the end of this course Service Users will be able to: • Describe the stress cycle and its impact • Identify personal stress buttons • Explain internal and what is an external stressor • Identify positive coping mechanisms • Identify negative coping mechanisms • Identify people who can support you in relaxation

Overview A 1:1 intervention for people on probation to support them to understand how prisons can affect relationships and ways of life. By the end of this course Service Users will be able to: • Describe how imprisonment / sentences have an impact on the relationships around them • Describe circle of support • Explain and identify what a meaningful conversation is and how to have them • Recognise support that is available in the community

Overview A 1:1 intervention for people on probation to support them with issues and worries about their financial situation. By the end of this course Service Users will be able to: • Identify the money they have coming in and out • Review a simple budget and plan accordingly • Review planning ahead and how to budget for this

Overview A 1:1 intervention for people on probation who need support to develop good communication, good decision making and assertive responses to situations. By the end of this course Service Users will be able to: • Define self-confidence and why it is important • Define assertiveness and understand the difference between assertive and aggressive • Explain different communication skills • Identify decisions that need to be made and the best course of action • Describe the consequence to these actions

Overview This 1:1 intervention explores how barriers can affect relationships, ways of life and addresses how to cope with change. By the end of this course Service Users will be able to • Identify types of change and emotional reactions to them • Describe past fears and identify coping strategies • Identify barriers and steps to overcome these • Describe steps to help move forward

Overview This course helps to develop an understanding of a range of strategies that service users can apply in the following areas: emotional wellbeing, keeping safe and healthy & respectful relationships By the end of this course, Service Users will be able to: • Identify and evaluate own emotional wellbeing • Identify positive and negative factors and how these affect your own emotional wellbeing • Identify and know how to access a range of local support networks • Understand their own ‘triggers’ and how to minimise these • Understand how to employ coping strategies

Overview A 1:1 intervention for people on probation who have recently returned home from prison and is ideal for someone who has been released in the last 12 weeks. This booklet helps raise awareness of some of the issues' individuals might face. By the end of this course Service Users will be able to: • Describe the changes that have happened during custody • Describe effective communication and its importance • Describe the steps of active listening • Identify past patterns of problematic behaviour and steps to changing this