Training participants learn so
much more when they’re
engaged, stimulated and
Most of the dementia training courses we run are bespoke – created to address the specific needs of commissioning organisations.
We use a variety of teaching and learning methods to suit different learning styles and we are experienced in making our training accessible to people with varying learning abilities.
Our training is practical and realistic, relating directly to the day-to-day roles of participants, focusing on what they can put into practice given the time and resources available. It is underpinned by current national themes and priorities and aligned to the Dementia Core Skills Education and Training Framework.
We use a wide variety of training methods to engage and stimulate participants and tap into their varied learning styles and abilities. These include:
- Experiential and interactive exercises
- Case studies
- Quizzes and games
- Video clips
- Presentations and discussions
- Project work
Explore our sample course outlines
- “Beyond my expectations – really rewarding experience to be involved in…fantastic, animated and knowledgeable teacher and interactive activity learning.”
Continuing Care Nurse