Discover the current range of training courses we offer for local health and social care professionals.
A Quality Improvement training programme that aims to improve the supportive care for all care home residents as they near the end of their lives.
Through discussions, exercises and the extensive use of roleplay, this course gives delegates the opportunity to develop, practice and consolidate their clinical communication skills.
All compassion awareness courses are fully booked; more dates will be added soon.
A one-day course is for teachers at Primary or Secondary level who may have worked, or may need to work, with a child who has experienced the death of a loved one.
The aim of this course is for nurses to have the knowledge, confidence and skills to be able to verify an expected death.
A half-day course suitable for anyone who wants to learn how to soothe people by hand massage.
A two-hour workshop aimed at enabling Registered Nurses to familiarise themselves in the handling and setting up of McKinley T34 syringe drivers.
This 3-hour workshop teaches you how to talk to someone who is worried or distressed.
A six-day course for registered health and social care staff designed to enhance knowledge and confidence in the principles and practices of end-of-life care.
A five-day course for non-registered health and social care staff designed to enhance knowledge and confidence in the principles and practices of end-of-life care.