Our public workshops are prefect for any indivdual 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 converstaions and discussions.
If you are looking to train a group of five or more, please consider our in-house training options which you can view here.
Time: Public Workshop courses run from 9.30am registration for a 10am start and will run through till around 4-4.30pm
Cost per person: £140 for charities, £155 for public sector, and £170 for private sector, all plus VAT
Location: A range of city centre locations.
Loss and Bereavement Awareness
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.
Working with Grief : A Toolkit
Working with Grief : A Toolkit, is designed for counsellors, therapists, and others working with bereaved people, who want deepen their understanding of grief and improve their skills.
Loss and Bereavement Awareness for HR Teams and Line Managers
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.
For further information please email email@example.com or call 0208 939 9542.
Included in the price: light refreshments, certification (can contribute to continuing professional development) full electronic notes and workbook.
"I'm so glad I enrolled on the bereavement awareness course. It has opened my eyes to a lot of things I wasn't aware of and helped me to understand further the range of ways people cope with grief and how to be there for them and support them. I've already recommended the course to two of the directors I work with as I found it helpful, interesting and informative and in the line of volunteer work we provide I found it an essential course for anyone supporting or working with bereaved families."