Training Calendar

We have a wide range of bereavement related online courses you can book on to over the months ahead, listed below. Each course is priced at £50 per person (or less). Group bookings for workplaces are also available here. If you are based in England, Wales or Northern Ireland please contact our colleagues at Cruse Bereavement Support (Registered Charity No. 208078) or visit their website cruse.org.uk to find out about training available and how to book.

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Pouring from an empty cup - SOLD OUT

Friday 19 July (9:30am - noon)

The importance of valuing our own wellbeing when working with clients' Grief, Distress and Trauma

**New dates added below**

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Supporting people with learning disabilities with grief

Tuesday 23 July (9:30am - noon)

The grief needs of adults and children with learning disabilities are vulnerable to being overlooked or misunderstood due to communication and cognitive challenges. This can sadly result in vulnerable people’s core grief needs being minimised or unmet.

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Creating a bereavement friendly workplace

Thursday 1 August (9:30am - noon)

Develop skills to nurture a positive bereavement experience in the workplace. You can book individual spaces here, however for larger group bookings to transform your workforce, either in person or online, view our group courses here.

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No one died, but I am grieving

Tuesday 6 August (9:30am - noon)

Experiences prompting non-death related grief include: the ending of a foster relationship; redundancy, imprisonment, gender reassignment, relationship breakdown, physical changes such as dementia and stroke, or any situation where there's an ending of something important to us.

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Lunchtime learning session: 10 Tips to support bereaved people

Wednesday 21 August (Noon - 1:30pm) - £25p/p

This is a special, short, online speaker session providing valuable information and best practice. As this live session doesn't require audience participation, we're able to welcome more delegates to join and enhance their personal development in this time friendly, cost efficient way.

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Where has Grandpa gone?

Thursday 29 August (4:30 - 6pm)

Explaining death to small children in an age appropriate way (age 0-5)

How do we support our children to grieve when we are hard wired to protect?

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Enhancing Therapeutic Practice in Grief and Loss

Wednesday 4 September (1:30 - 4pm)

This course is for anyone working as a counsellor, therapist or mental health professional who would like to deepen their understanding of grief and loss in order to enhance their therapeutic practice.

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Disenfranchised Grief

Wednesday 11 September (9:30am - Noon)

This course is for anyone who wants a better understanding of all types of grief, but especially the kind of grief that people feel they have no right to feel.

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It’s not fair

Thursday 12 September (1:30 - 4pm)

Talking about Death and Dying with Children and Young People  

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Compassionate Conversations

Tuesday 17 September (9:30 - noon)

Developing your confidence in talking about Death, Dying, and Bereavement in a compassionate and professional way. 

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Supporting children affected by a bereavement

Monday 23 September (4:30 - 6pm)

A focus on primary age school children (5 – 12 yrs)

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Pouring from an empty cup

Thursday 26 September (9:30am - noon)

The importance of valuing our own wellbeing when working with clients' Grief, Distress and Trauma

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Cultural Differences in Death, Dying & Bereavement

Tuesday 15 October (1:30 - 4pm)

Our culture and customs offer structure to the behaviours we share and they can play an essential role in supporting us navigate the death of a loved one. 

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No one died, but I am grieving

Thursday 17 October (9:30am - noon)

Experiences prompting non-death related grief include: the ending of a foster relationship; redundancy, imprisonment, gender reassignment, relationship breakdown, physical changes such as dementia and stroke, or any situation where there's an ending of something important to us.

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Why me?

Wednesday 23 October (9:30 - noon)

Talking about Death and Dying with Teenagers and Young Adults (a focus on ages 13-25). By looking at the impact of bereavement on adolescents, the resources and vulnerabilities they may bring to their grief, this session will provide you with the skills and confidence to support healthy conversations with grieving young adults. 

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Compassionate Conversations

Monday 28 October (1:30 - 4pm)

Developing your confidence in talking about Death, Dying, and Bereavement in a compassionate and professional way. 

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Enhancing Therapeutic Practice in Grief and Loss

Thursday 21 November (1:30 - 4pm)

This course is for anyone working as a counsellor, therapist or mental health professional who would like to deepen their understanding of grief and loss in order to enhance their therapeutic practice.

book now

Pouring from an empty cup

Tuesday 26 November (9:30am - noon)

The importance of valuing our own wellbeing when working with clients' Grief, Distress and Trauma

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Compassionate Conversations

Monday 9 December (9:30 - noon)

Developing your confidence in talking about Death, Dying, and Bereavement in a compassionate and professional way. 

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Pouring from an empty cup

Thursday 9 January 2025 (9:30am - noon)

The importance of valuing our own wellbeing when working with clients' Grief, Distress and Trauma

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No one died, but I am grieving

Monday 13 January 2025 (1:30am - 4pm)

Experiences prompting non-death related grief include: the ending of a foster relationship; redundancy, imprisonment, gender reassignment, relationship breakdown, physical changes such as dementia and stroke, or any situation where there's an ending of something important to us.

book now

Supporting people with learning disabilities with grief

Friday 17 January 2025 (9:30am - noon)

The grief needs of adults and children with learning disabilities are vulnerable to being overlooked or misunderstood due to communication and cognitive challenges. This can sadly result in vulnerable people’s core grief needs being minimised or unmet.

book now

Compassionate Conversations

Tuesday 21 January 2025 (9:30 - noon)

Developing your confidence in talking about Death, Dying, and Bereavement in a compassionate and professional way. 

book now

It's not fair

Monday 27 January 2025 (1:30 - 4pm)

Talking about Death and Dying with Children and Young People  

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