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Despite death being inevitable in everyone’s lives, it is a topic rarely discussed within organisations. As a result, many people can feel awkward talking about bereavement for fear of saying or doing the wrong thing, and avoid it – until they can’t.
At Cruse Scotland, we help people to have compassionate and confident conversations around grief and loss, and can support employers to create constructive and empowering spaces for this to happen.
Whether you seek full bereavement transformation across your organisation, or simply wish to equip key members of staff with grief awareness skills, we have a range of workplace training available to fit your needs. Take a look at the options below, or email us to find out more.
An introductory course ideal for a range of organisations who wish to upskill their team in understanding more about grief, bereavement and loss.
A course to resource staff who have contact with bereaved people as part of their role. This training will build confidence and understanding of the impact of grief on communication.
A training course designed to help school staff, youth workers and childcare professionals develop skills and confidence in supporting children and young people who are bereaved.
This training module is split into two sessions and is tailored to give managers the skills to nurture a positive bereavement experience in the workplace.
Cruse Scotland can offer personalised support to your company or organisation, based on your specific needs around grief and bereavement.
A safe, supportive resourcing session for staff in any role, where exposure to others' distress and trauma can occur / be present. This training seeks to raise awareness and understanding of grief and trauma.