Palliative Care Courses

Palliative care training (also known as End of Life Care) involves learning how to provide support for people who are in the last months or years of their life. It helps to ensure patients are able to live as well as possible until they die, allowing them to die with dignity.  It also covers how to support and manage interactions with the patients family members and friends.

Our End of Life and Palliative Care Courses are 100% online and meet CQC standards and are suitable for all types of care staff and carers including: domiciliary care home workers, nurses, community and social care workers, as well as private carers.

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Advance Care Planning in End of Life Care

Duration: 1 hour

This online course provides you with an introduction to Advance Care Planning within the context of end of life care.

Advance Care Planning (ACP) is a process whereby a patient, in consultation with health care providers, family members and important others, makes decisions about his or her future health care, should he or she become incapable of participating in medical treatment decisions.

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Dignity and Respect

Duration: 1 hour

The Dignity and Respect training is an online course that presents Dignity, Privacy & Respect in a format that is both easy to digest and apply to the work environment. It will benefit all employees who work within a Health and Social Care environment.

It will also benefit those who require this knowledge as part of their induction or as part of their company mandatory training programme.

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Dignity and Privacy (VIDEO)

Duration: 1 hour

​​​The course will start by defining dignity and privacy within the healthcare sector, and will explain how the two are quite often linked. It will then go on to give you a range of useful professional tips about setting up the right working relationship with your service users, and discuss some of the issues that can arise when dignity and privacy are not respected.

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Carers Training Course

End of Life Care (VIDEo)

Duration: 30 mins

​​This course will provide you with information about what to expect, how to handle some of the emotions associated with this time, and working with the other professionals involved in end of life care.

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End of Life Care ​– Level 3

Duration: ​1 hour

​​The course covers palliative care, emotional and spiritual care, dignified care while appreciating cultural differences and ways in which to communicate bad news to people. It also explores Kubler-Ross' Five Stages of Grief, the types of grief and the symptoms while also providing information for the self-care or care workers and their own emotional and spiritual wellbeing.

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End Of Life cOURSE Bundle

Duration: 5 hours

The End Of Life course bundle is ideal for refresher training or to increase your knowledge within this field.

It consists of 5 online courses all of which are CPD Accredited and Certificated following the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF).

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Palliative and End of Lfie Care

Palliative and End of Life Care 

Duration: 1 hour

This online course explores what is meant by the terms Palliative and End of Life care and which they have in common.  Two case studies are explored to demonstrate their relevance to patients with advanced progressive illnesses and their family.

It is best suited for candidates working within caring role for those who have a life-limiting illness. By the end of this course, you will be able to undertake the carer’s role with confidence applying understanding of palliative care providing dignity, comfort and empathy.

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verification of death training

Verification of Death

Duration: 1 hour

The Verification of Death training course is aimed at nurses working in primary care, supportive care and care homes. It will support the development of your knowledge and skill to competently verify death of adults.

It is not limited to any particular setting or situation, but enables the nurse to understand the procedure to verify death within the contexts of both expected and unexpected death (and the particular considerations for both situations).

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