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    Meeting continuing professional and personal development needs


    Half day and full day workshops  

The College of Health and Wellbeing is a large provider of multi-professional healthcare education and training. Our education portfolio is developed collaboratively with our clinical, health and social care partners in response to national policy and local requirements. We know that health professionals never stop learning and need to continue to develop knowledge and skills in order to stay contemporary and to meet the changing needs of the population.

We also understand that the demands of both the workplace and home life can leave little time to dedicate to enhancing skills and knowledge. For that reason we have developed an annual programme of short CPD workshops taking place over either a half day or a full day.

September 2016

Working Safely/Therapeutically with People who have Committed Sexual Offences

October 2016

The Acute Care and Management of Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Children and Young People under the age of 18

Personality Disorder- An Introduction

Motivational Interviewing for Mental Health Issues

Assessment and Management of Acute Kidney Injury

Public Health for AHP’s: How To Make Every Contact Count

Introduction to Leadership in Nursing

Investigating Serious Incidents

Let’s Talk About Sex

The Science of Happiness: An Introduction to Positive Psychology

Venepuncture - please note this session is now full

Ear Care Management

November 2016

Childhood Cancer: Oncological Emergencies

Part 1- The Cost of Caring: Introduction to Compassion Fatigue

Part 2-Developing Compassion Fatigue Resiliency

Working in a Brief Way with Perinatal Mental Health Problems

Pharmacology and Issues in Prescribing for Physiotherapists

An Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

An Introduction to Ten Principles of Values Based Practice

Management of the Dialysis Prescription

An Introduction to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Care of the Child with Cancer: An Introduction

Managing the Difficult Airway


December 2016

Using Systematic Ideas in Therapy with Individuals

January 2017

Identifying the Sick Child

Laughter is the Best Medicine: An Introduction to the Healing Power of Humour

How does the Body Work in Biomechanical and Physiological Terms?

Assessment of Quality of Movement of Common Movement Tasks & Physiological Cost

Ensuring Patients Safety in Healthcare Setting

February 2017


Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy

Creative Expressive Arts Therapies

Motivational Interviewing related to Sexual Health – Theory and Practice


March 2017

Senior PWP Leadership and Development

Biomechanics of Conservative and Surgical management

Trust: Its Unintended Betrayal

Understanding Muscle Function

Introduction to Leadership in Nursing

Designing and Delivering Healthcare Simulation

Cervical Cytology Update for Cervical Smear Takers

Mentor Update for Cervical Smear Takers

Advanced Exercise Rehabilitation


Fragile Process of Attachment: Theory & Practice

Supporting Children, Young People & Families living with, or affected by, HIV in the UK

April 2017

Introduction to Children’s Palliative Care

Cultural and Spiritual Awareness

Working Safely/ Therapeutically with People who have committed Sexual Offences

Positive Ageing: How to Enjoy Later Life


Ear Care Management

Enhancing the PWP Toolkit

May 2017

Advanced Clinical Skills: Consultation Skills including History Taking

Advanced Clinical Skills: Gastro-Intestinal System

Advanced Clinical Skills: Respiratory System

Caring for Children with Complex Needs

Chronic Heart Failure

Herbal Medicines

Fragile Process of Attachment: Theory & Practice

Recognising and Managing Unusual Infections

Nutrition and Healthy Eating for the Older Adult

Improving Continence Awareness in Adults

Group Facilitation Skills

Male Depression: What it is and what do professional need to consider?

June 2017

Ear Care Management

Introduction to Metacognitive Therapy

Working with Common Mental Health Problems: A guide for Primary Care Practitioners

Speak Up! An Introduction to Public Speaking

August 2017

Personality Disorder: An Introduction