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ReSPECT Awareness Training (Level 1)

This training enables staff to identify what ReSPECT is, how it is different from other processes, and who ReSPECT is for. Download our flyer for further information.

Suitable for: administration and reception staff, care home staff, health & social care assistants

Online, via Zoom
ReSPECT Action Training (Level 2)

This training enables registered staff to identify what ReSPECT is, who it is for, how to interpret and care for someone with a ReSPECT form, and recognise when updates are required. Download our flyer for further information.

Suitable for: care home staff, registered health and social care, and allied health professionals

Online, via Zoom
Advanced Communication Skills Training

Recognising the importance of effective communication in care, this two-day interactive course explores challenging communication issues. Download our flyer for further information

Suitable for: senior healthcare professionals (band 6 and above)

Face to face
Management Training for Palliative Medicine Doctors

This management training course has been specifically designed to give the delegates the experience of day-to-day running of a palliative care organisation and how this translates to management of the system, the organisation and people. Click here for further information.

Suitable for: New consultants, SAS doctors and senior trainees in palliative medicine

Face to face
An overview of end-of-life care

What we mean by end of life, why it is important and how to enable individualized, person-centered end-of-life care.

Suitable for: those working in care – social, residential nursing

Online, via Zoom
Important end-of-life conversations

This session offers an opportunity to consider challenging conversations at the end of life and how we might respond.

Suitable for: those working in care – social, residential nursing

Online, via Zoom
Communication skills training – foundation level

Provides an understanding of the importance of effective communication in care settings, how to identify concerns and how we might respond.

Suitable for: those working in care – social, residential nursing

Online, via Zoom
Verification of Expected Death

Understanding who can carry out VoED, in which circumstances and the process of verification.

Suitable for: health and care professionals

Online, via Zoom
Planning for the future

An overview of Advance Care Planning – what it is and why it is important.

Suitable for: those working in care – social, residential nursing

Online, via Zoom
An introduction to hospice care

This session offers an overview of hospice and palliative care

Suitable for: all

Online, via Zoom

More education and training course details are coming soon.

To find out more and book onto one of our courses, please email education@thameshospice.org.uk or call 01753 848964 (Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm).

Interested in learning with us?

Get in touch below and a member of our education team will get back to you.

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