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Adam Kutereba

Type of therapist:

Location: Greater Manchester

Qualifications

  • Ordinary Degree in Nursing (Mental Health) March 2012
  • ADOS June 2021

CV

  • A highly experienced Mental Health Nurse Manager / Workplace Assessor with a proven track record of delivering care
  • and training within fixed timescales. Key strengths and experience include soft skills, communicating and being selfdriven.
  • Significant achievements include partaking in the CX Academy and the eXplore program within BTS which
  • has led me to having a greater understanding of change management. Future aspirations include developing my skills
  • further into change management and service design. I have been lucky enough to take extended periods of time away
  • from work in the past in order to expand my knowledge of different cultures and alternative ways of life. I learn best
  • when outside of my comfort zone and am a highly adaptable individual.
  • Responsible for management and supervision of a community mental health teak (CMHT) across an integrated service
  • ensuring standard practice is delivered in accordance with both Pennine Care and Local Authority policies and
  • procedures.
  • Key Responsibilities in this role
  • • To provide strong leadership and vision to the team maintaining robust quality assurance to enable a safe and
  • high quality service to be delivered.
  • • To direct staff and provide expert advice and guidance on the management of service users care. To ensure that
  • work allocated to staff is commensurate with their skill set and level of training. To manage and maintain
  • systems for planning and allocation of work and for the setting and review of targets, standards and priorities
  • of the team.
  • • To hold regular team meetings and to develop the team during an upcoming service split and development of a
  • future pathway for community care.
  • • To Chair MDT Meetings, reviews, case conferences, zoning meetings as required. To effectively liaise and
  • collaborate with other professionals, statutory and independent agencies.
  • • To maintain accurate and clinical records on all service user contacts which are maintained using approved
  • systems and processes.
  • Responsible for completing health assessments on behalf of the DWP in both assessment centres and also within the
  • claimant’s own homes. I use my medical knowledge to complete other examinations during the assessment to report on
  • the consistency of reported level of restriction caused by the health condition. I complete objective functional
  • Personal Qualities & Strong
  • Competencies
  • Key Skills & Relevant Experience
  • • Client Focus – can empathize and therefore
  • understanding clients’ needs.
  • • Creative – Have to think of innovative ideas
  • to deliver what’s required
  • • Dynamic – Always try to identify problems
  • and best practice to overcome and deliver.
  • • Flexible – Always flexible to meet the needs
  • of the client and effective time management.
  • • Teamworking – encourage good working
  • relationships and supportive of others.
  • • Developing Relationships, Effective Communication,
  • Intra agency working
  • • Proficient with IT service
  • • Accountable for actions and skills
  • • Deliver Training
  • • Clinical Skills
  • • Observation and Assessment against set / variable
  • criteria
  • • Design thinking Methodologies - User journey
  • mapping, insight gathering, idea generation and rapid
  • prototyping.
  • CMHT Team Manager NHS Pennine Care Band 7 Jun 2020 - Present
  • Health Professional / Disability Analyst – IAS Dec 2017 - May 2020
  • Adam Kutereba
  • assessment of claimant’s abilities. Write reports which are clear, concise and informative for the DWP utilising all
  • available evidence and recommendations from other health professional outside of IAS
  • Key Achievements in this role
  • • I proactively showed initiative and gained approval from the DWP to develop greater understanding of how
  • their work is influenced by my reports so that I could better serve my customer. I subsequently ensured that
  • errors were reduced in my reporting. I consistently maintain high levels of productivity in order to meet
  • agreed time scales with the DWP.
  • • I volunteered to undertake the CX (Customer Experience) Academy which involved completing an Advanced
  • Diploma in Managing the Customer Contact alongside my day to day roles. I actively partook in experiments
  • to improve the Customer Experience and lead on to me being involved in carious experiments being carried
  • out in order to increase customer satisfaction and improve NPS. I am currently involved within the ‘digital
  • Transformation program’ which is a voluntary program designed to increase networking opportunities between
  • contracts and to use Agile and Iterative process in order to facilitate digital change within the business.
  • • Gathering and collating evidence and research from various sources in order to develop a more cohesive
  • working environment to improve staff retention.
  • • As I am an experienced member of the team, I proactively volunteer to train new starters and ensure they’re
  • aware of what they need to do and what they should deliver for the client. I receive positive feedback from
  • those people and regular thank you’s from my management.
  • Responsible for service development of a nurse lead service and reducing inpatient night stays. Safely titrating patients
  • onto specialist medications requiring increased monitoring for side effects. Liaising with other agencies to ensure
  • referrals completed and information shared effectively.
  • Key Achievements in this role
  • • I proactively volunteered to complete clinical skills including venipuncture, reading blood results and
  • operation of the ‘Pochi Machine’ outside of my core role. This allowed me to provide latest blood results out
  • of hours and monitor for deterioration of immune system ensuring maximum efficiency with service provision
  • and safest practice.
  • • Positively influenced my management and expanded the schedule of monitoring to ensure patient safety was
  • not compromised. Identified safety issues with the initial schedule of treatment and worked with colleagues
  • and external agencies to adapt the service to ensure patients involved were not put into risky situations. This
  • allowed the trial of the service to continue with minimal disruption.
  • • Developed Interdepartmental relationships and sold the benefits of developing the service further. Prevented
  • 630 hospital night stays for 10 patients over a 9 month period and associated costs involved; providing an
  • alternative and more patient centred approach to treatment.
  • Responsible for assessing new referrals and sign posting to effective treatment routes
  • • Complete daily assessments and reports; corresponding with other agencies.
  • • Liaise with other services to advertise the service
  • • Maintain accurate records and attend MDT meetings as required
  • Responsible for Quality assurance and delivering training to new starters
  • • Ensure continuity of quality assessments completed by numerous assessors located in 4 different countries
  • • Manage team of trainer assessors and complete observed observations on training and assessment sessions.
  • • Motivate and influence trainers to be able to deliver best possible training sessions and assessment reports to
  • engage each learner.
  • • Complete reports in a timely manner to ensure certification of workplace qualification
  • Team Leader NHS Pennine Care Band 6 Sept 2016– Dec 2017
  • Assessment Worker Pennine Care Early
  • Intervention Team Band 5
  • Jan 2016 - Sept 2016
  • IQA - Eurocamp Holidays Feb 2014 – Sept-2015
  • Adam Kutereba
  • Summary of Earlier Career
  • Qualifications / Courses
  • Relevant Training Achieved
  • I have recently completed my ADOS-2 course allowing me to develop my skill set to provide a more holistic
  • assessment for patients under my care. During my 2 years with IAS I have volunteered for a number of programs
  • including the formal programs of CX Academy which has given me a greater insight into the customer experience and
  • mapping this. This has also lead me in to becoming part of the digital transformation team under the eXplore program.
  • In addition to this I have been an active member of the people panel and brave ideas service to try and influence grass
  • roots changes within the business
  • Hobbies and Interests
  • Learning Spanish language (B1)
  • Learning Italian language (B1)
  • Travel
  • Keep Fit
  • Mental Health Nurse Pennine Care - Agency 2012 - 2016
  • Cabin Crew First Choice Airways 2005 - 2009
  • ADOS-2 2021
  • Adopting PRINCE2 for your Project Environment (2017 Update) 2019
  • PRINCE2 Control Manage and Close Projects (2017 Update) 2019
  • PRINCE2 Start, Direct and Initiate Projects (2017 Update) 2019
  • PRINCE2 Project Quality and Control (2017 Update) 2019
  • PRINCE2 Project planning and Risk Management (2017 Update) 2019
  • PRINCE2 Project Management Overview (2017 Update) 2019
  • Managing the Customer Contact - Advanced Diploma Pass 2019
  • CELTA 2015
  • IQA Qualification Enable Assessment 2015
  • A1 Qualification Enable Assessment 2014
  • Preparing to Teach in he Life Long Learning Sector (PTTL’s) Greenbank Services 2014

Interesting / fun facts

  • Experienced Mental Health Nursing background
  • Interest in Neurodevelopment

Locations covered (322)

Lancashire

Abbey Village Accrington Acre Adlington Altham Andertons Mill Appley Bridge Bacup Balderstone Bamber Bridge Barley Barrow Barrow Nook Barrowford Belmont Belthorn Beverley Billington Blackburn Blacko Blacksnape Blaguegate Bretherton Brierfield Brindle Brinscall Bull Hill Burnley Burscough Burscough Bridge Chapeltown Charnock Richard Chatburn Chatterton Chorley Church Clayton-le-Dale Clayton-le-Moors Clitheroe Cliviger Colne Coppull Coppull Moor Copster Green Coup Green Cow Hill Cowpe Crawford Croston Cumeragh Village Darwen Dinckley Downham Dunnockshaw Eccleshill Eccleston Edenfield Edgworth Euxton Ewood Bridge Farington Fence Foulridge Fulwood Great Harwood Great Mitton Green Haworth Gregson Lane Grimeford Village Grimsargh Grindleton Hapton Haslingden Heath Charnock Heskin Green Hey Higham Higher Walton Higher Wheelton Hill Dale Hoddlesden Hoghton Holmeswood Hoscar Hud Hey Huncoat Hunger Hill Hurst Green Hurstwood Hutton Irwell Vale Johnson's Hillock Kelbrook Knowle Green Langho Leyland Little Hoole Moss Houses Longridge Longton Mawdesley Mellor Mellor Brook Midge Hall Mossy Lea Much Hoole Nab's Head Nelson Nethertown New Gate New Lane New Longton Newburgh Newchurch in Pendle Old Langho Ormskirk Osbaldeston Oswaldtwistle Padiham Parbold Pendleton Pickup Bank Pincock Pleasington Preston Rawtenstall Read Ribchester Ring o' Bells Rishton Rising Bridge Roby Mill Roughlee Rufford Runshaw Moor Sabden Samlesbury Sharneyford Simonstone Skelmersdale Spen Brook Strongstry Stubbins Tarleton Tockholes Towngate Trawden Turn Turton Bottoms Ulnes Walton Up Holland Waddington Walmer Bridge Water Waterside Weir West Bradford Westhead Whalley Wheatley Lane Wheelton White Stake Whittingham Whittle-le-Woods Whitworth Winewall Wiswell Withnell Withnell Fold Worden Worsthorne Wrightington Bar Wymott

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