Our annual MND Study Day is suitable for all professionals caring for people with MND: both those with some working knowledge of the illness and also those requiring an introduction.
This course aims to improve your awareness and understanding of dementia. Sessions include assessing pain, advance care planning and the challenges for carers.
A study day designed to support Dignity Champions in the workplace. This day is suitable for all health and social care staff who have either previously been appointed as Dignity Champions or who are considering this as a new role
A half day workshop covering theoretical and practical implications surrounding syringe drivers.
One day experiential workshop exploring the issues facing families and how we can support them. Suitable for school and chaplaincy pastoral care teams, and all health and social care workers.
This workshop explores the principles of audit including the audit cycle and participants will have the opportunity to undertake a practical audit exercise.
The training aims are to gather prompts and resources with which attendees can engage patients on the subject of Spirituality, give an opportunity to explore our own Spirituality, consider how our Spirituality differs from that of others and help attendees to reflect on how our individual Spirituality impacts on the Spiritual care of our patients
Two day programme equipping participants with the skills to deliver innovative and creative teaching sessions on health and social care
This award is suitable for anyone wanting to undertake vocational training in End of Life Care; therefore, the award is most suitable for staff working in care homes, domiciliary care agencies and Health and Social care assistant roles
This workshop looks at food hygiene and the dining experience as outlined in the Care Certificate and by the CQC, delivered in conjunction with Kingston Maurward College
A one day course exploring ethical concepts and related issues involved in palliative and end of life care.