Classroom teaching in Wales (subject to student numbers so book early to avoid disappointment.
- 15 – 18th June 2023 (4 days), to include some zoom sessions and e-learning prior to and following the class
- 7th – 10th September (4 days), to include some zoom sessions and e-learning, prior to and following the class
Once the course is confirmed as taking place you will be provided with a list of Local accommodation for you to be able to book your stay. Book early as places are limited or apply to go on waiting list.
To support participants in developing the knowledge and understanding needed to be able to provide support for individuals, and others, in end of life situations.
- Those caring for the family members
- Funeral directors and celebrants
- Carers in care homes
- Professionals requiring a refresher relating to loss and bereavement
- Participant who wish to work as End of Life Doulas (in paid/unpaid roles)
- Know different perspectives on death and dying
- Understand how individuals are affected
- Understand the dying and grieving trajectory
- Outline factors that an affect our views on death and dying and the bereavement experience
Course Subjects inc:
- Loss, grief and bereavement
- What is spirituality
- Exploring who You are (Thrive 365)
- Communication skills 1
- The palliative trajectory
- Stages of dying
- Advanced care plans
- Boundaries and Limitations
- Exploring Advocacy, Dignity and Respect, Right to refuse as case studies
- Cultural and religious practices
- End of life care plan
- Social health systems – who to work with
- Basic meditation (mindfulness runs through all 4 modules)
- What is a Doula ?
Bite Size Virtual Classes
These will be available for specific topics and discussion at £25.00 session, dependent on numbers (but this does not constitute a Doula qualification). Please contact us for further information.