Date: 3rd, 12th, 26th February & 4th March 2020, 9.30am – 3.30pm
Price: £400 (to include all course materials, assessment*, lunch and refreshments)
Where: Education Centre, 22 Terminus Road, Chichester PO19 8TX
For Health and Social Care professionals who have evidence of successful study at Level 5 (within the last 5 years) and are currently working with patients/clients at the end of their life.
This level 6 course is Credit Rated by University of Greenwich for 15 CATS credits and is available at the cost of £400. We have a list of trust funds which often support our students financially, however early application to these trusts is essential. Alternatively, a payment plan can be set up for students who wish to pay in instalments.
This course looks at ways of supporting patients and their families in death, dying and bereavement. The delivery of good psychosocial support is very much part of the ethos of palliative and end of life care and is part of the World Health Organisation definition. This course provides the student with the opportunity to synthesise knowledge and evidence pertaining to seminal and more current bereavement models with their own experience/reflections in practice.
Those wishing to take the course as part of the BSc (Hons) professional Practice (Palliative and End of Life Care) at University of Greenwich will be required to have 120 Level 5 credits in a health and social care related subject. (This course can also be taken as a stand-alone course or even attendance only).
*Accredited by the University of Greenwich
Please note, this course is not advisable for anyone experiencing a recent bereavement (within the last year).
If you’re interested in booking this course, please contact us.