We now run all of our courses (both accredited and skills based) on a virtual basis. These are provided as a mix of bite sized training modules, interactive group discussion/reflections, videos, worksheets and other resources. All are easy to follow and provided with plenty of support.
Advantages to virtual learning are:
Read more on our thoughts on the advantages of Virtual Learning and things you should consider before commissioning here.
Some of our more popular virtual courses are listed below but please see here for our full list of skills based courses, all of which are available 'virtually'.
Also, click here for our full Training Brochure.
“My trainer, Clare Joyce, was absolutely brilliant. Clare is so knowledgeable, she was able to share and help us understand each and every module. Clare was extremely supportive, encouraging and made the whole course interesting. Nothing was too much for Clare, she offered an open door to contact her and gave reassurance when we doubted ourselves! Clare gave great feedback, which was important to me throughout the course. I joined the course as an anxious, nervous person, who was convinced the whole process was going to be long, difficult and stressful. I couldn't have been more wrong. Clare put everyone at ease and guided us through the whole process. I wished I had met Clare years ago! I hope that she goes on to inspire many more people to work with children and families. I thoroughly enjoyed the whole process. I have and will, continue to recommend the qualification (and Clare!) to my colleaguesLevel 4 Working with Children, Individuals and Families learner