Due to current restrictions we cannot be certain when these will run as classroom-based workshops. We do not plan to offer a webinar alternative because we do not feel it is a suitable format for discussion on a very sensitive subject with groups of diverse individuals.
Our public classroom workshops are perfect for any individual or small organisation who wants to learn more about the issues surrounding bereavement and how to communicate with clients and customers after someone close to them has died. These training days are interactive and informative and provide an opportunity to have your questions about this taboo subject answered. Public workshops attract participants from a broad range of backgrounds which can result in engaging interactive conversations and discussions.
If you are looking to train a group of five or more, please consider our webinars for up to 10 participants.
Public Workshop courses run from 9.30am registration for a 10am start and will run through till around 4-4.30pm.
Cost per person:
£199 across all sectors, plus VAT.
A range of city centre locations.
Included in the price:
Light refreshments, certification (can contribute to continuing professional development) full electronic notes and workbook.
To get in touch email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our courses are recognised by the National Counselling Society.
Our core workshop has been designed for anyone who wants to understand the issues surrounding bereavement and how to communicate with clients and customers after someone has died.
Loss and Bereavement Awareness for Therapists is designed for counsellors and therapists who want to deepen their understanding of grief and improve their skills.
At Cruse we have over 50 years’ experience caring for people when someone close to them has died and we have worked in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Society Cymru to develop a one day workshop as part of the “Bereaved by Dementia” project in Wales for organisations who work with individuals who are living with Dementia and their families.
Based on the ACAS to develop “Managing Bereavement in the Workplace – a good practise guide”, we offer workshops to help manage difficult situations through appropriate and sensitive discussions with their employee through supporting Human Resources teams and anyone one with responsibility of managing people or teams.