We offer courses and training for local health and social care professionals to facilitate education around end-of-life care.
We also host community events throughout the year for the general public, aiming to open up the conversation about death and dying; with film screenings, poetry readings and Death Cafes, there’s something for everyone.
The Ann Robertson Centre
The Ann Robertson Centre is our purpose-built education and training facility. Named after Pilgrims' founder and located in Canterbury, the Centre has four education and training rooms, including a clinical room for practical workshops, and features breakout areas for refreshment and reflection. These rooms are used for our courses and are competitively priced so they can be hired for external meetings.
All profits from room bookings go back into providing vital, compassionate Pilgrims care.
Education has always been a key part of our work. It’s fantastic we now have this designated facility and income generator for future projects. This building will ensure Pilgrims can maintain its reputation for being at the cutting edge of palliative care.
Ann Robertson, founder of Pilgrims Hospices and former district nurse
For more information and rates:
- Visit the Ann Robertson Centre website
- Call 01227 812 616
- Email email@example.com
- Follow @ARCPilgrims on Twitter.
Other course venues
Pilgrims also offer bespoke training in your workplace. We work with our local community colleagues to deliver cost-effective training in end-of-life care. Courses designed to meet the specific needs of you and your colleagues can be delivered either at a Pilgrims hospice or in your own workplace.