Bereavement and Loss Training

Aims

This bereavement and loss training course is aimed at all care staff and aims to help them understand how to effectively respond to the needs of a dying person. This is a key skill, working with dying people and managing and coping with loss will be difficult. The course will help prepare staff to work in a supportive and sensitive way resulting in a better quality of care being given.

The information given was realistic and relevant to my job role

Bereavement and loss Training Course Summary

  • The stages of dying
  • Dealing with change
  • Cultural awareness and adopting a non-judgmental approach
  • The path way to a good death
  • Duty of care and maintaining privacy, dignity and respect
  • Managing the environment
  • Family and visitors and coping with loss
  • Record keeping of questions and best practice responses
  • Maintaining attitude and behaviour

Learning Outcomes

On completion delegates will be better prepared for working with dying people, understanding the sensitivities and the need to be supportive and understanding throughout.

DURATION

This course lasts approximately 3 hours.

CERTIFICATION

Delegates will be issued with a certificate of attendance valid for a period of 1 year.

01782 563333