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Compassion and Communication Workshops

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Compassion and Communication Workshops

Following the success of our Compassionate Care training over the last two years, we are delighted to be able to offer further dates. This workshop offers a valuable opportunity, for any individual working in health and social care, or anyone with caring responsibilities, to reflect on the importance of compassion in care and offers tips and advice to reduce compassion fatigue.

We are delighted to announce this is a fully funded training workshop commissioned by Health Education England-working across Kent, Sussex and Surrey. Compassion Awareness and Communication... 'Are you Listening?' Delegates can choose a half day or full day workshop.

Compassion Awareness
Following the Francis report, the Government has committed to providing better resources and support for staff to enshrine the values of compassion, dignity and respect in all areas of health and social care along with the tools to manage compassion fatigue and stress in the workplace.

Communication…are you listening?
This is a foundation level workshop in communication skills. This workshop will use different strategies and learning methods to enhance communication and listening skills for supportive end of life care conversations. To take part in this workshop, the learner should have some knowledge of the Mental Capacity Act (2015) and the concept of holistic care.

Cost:
These workshops are free but subject to availability. This is a popular workshop, register early as places are limited If you are staying for the whole day you will need to bring a lunch or purchase something in our Café.

Event Location - Arthur Easton Centre, St Michael’s Hospice, Upper Maze Hill, St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex, TN38 0LB

Get in touch with our Education and Training Team


Please contact us for more information or to book your place on 01424 456615 or email.