Death, Dying & Bereavement

Course Outline

This course is to help people working in a Social Care setting by giving them the skills to deal with emotional issues and the practical care giving when dealing with death, dying and bereavement. This course also looks at the stages of bereavement and how workers can best help service users, families and colleagues deal with the topic of death and dying.

Who is the course aimed at?

Home care staff working for agencies Social workers Residential and Nursing home staff

How long is the course?

Half day

What will you learn?

– How to work effectively and efficiently before and after a death has occurred – How to provide appropriate care and comfort to someone who is dying – Knowing what a service users rights and choices are and how to respect personal beliefs – Know how to ensure death is handled with dignity – Name and explain the stages of bereavement

Testimonials

“A complex subject made easy to understand & interesting” – Nurse, Swindon

Menu

Hello! We are able to offer the vast majority of our courses online in a virtual classroom via your preferred video conferencing platform. All of our course contents have been updated to reflect the current COVID-19 situation. To enquire about any of our courses to be delivered online please go to our ‘Contact Us’ page