Bespoke training

Bespoke training

If you can’t find what you are looking for, if you are unable to find a standard course in our education prospectus which meets your training requirements specific needs, we are happy to design a training course for you. We can develop bespoke training programmes, with tailored content customised to your specification and based on your area of work.

We have designed short three hours session around end of life care, as well as full six week programmes to up-skill a variety of staff on all aspects of end of life care.

Tailor-made training

Bespoke sessions can be designed for you by the team here at the hospice enabling us to meet your needs. We have been working with individual care homes to deliver education and training around pain and symptom management; individual care agencies looking to develop skills around difficult conversations in a person’s home; care professionals from local hospitals and the community teams on communication skills (care planning) and recognising end of life patients.

The list below offers just a taste of sessions we have delivered:

  • Person-centred care
  • Advance care planning
  • ‘My care wishes’
  • Medication awareness
  • Holistic end of life care
  • Care after death
  • Bereavement study day for schools
  • Out of hours (Palliative consultants)
  • Symptom management (Palliative consultant)
  • Difficult conversations for end of life care professionals
What candidates say:

"Very relevant and interesting session with lots of discussion within the group – very helpful!"

"I feel much better equipped to care for end of life patients."

"Fantastic course, very well organised."

"Well delivered with clear subject knowledge noted, some good tools shared from the course to enable me to improve my role."

"An in depth, positive course with all encouraged to be involved in the course."

"Clear and easy to understand, thank you."

To enquire about bespoke training for your organisation, please contact 01473 707017, or education@stelizabethhospic.org.uk

 

 

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