Training, Events & CPD
Barnardo’s Education Community has been funded by The Westminster Foundation which allows us to provide you with free training and resources along with our Community of Practice you will be able to connect with education staff nationwide and participate in themed discussions, sharing learning and best practice. This will enable you to support the use of our resources across your settings.
We hope that by including a myriad of training options, that you will find something that suits your learning style.
We know that you are busy and that time is precious, so we have ensured that alongside the longer CPD courses, there are also opportunities to pick up shorter courses that can be done within 15-20 minutes.
Most of our course will be developed and presented by our Barnardo’s Education Community team, although we are extremely pleased to also include a wealth of training from PESI UK - the largest clinical content provider in the UK and Europe.
We are constantly developing our training offer and we will use our feedback loops from the Community of Practice and our virtual staff room ‘Brew and Chat’ sessions to find out exactly what you need from us. Please do keep checking back as we will be uploading new training content regularly.
Trauma, Bereavement, Grief and Loss CPD
with Jennifer Lefebre, Janet Courtney
with Kathy Morris
with Tinashe Blanchet, Wendy Durant, Marcus Stein, Nicole Williams
with Bessel van der Kolk, Peter Levine
with Christy Bryce
with David Kessler
with Michael Prokop
Throughout the year we will be adding events to the website where specialists who will share their knowledge, advice on best practice and discuss key themes.
Click below to view our events listing.
Barnardo's Education Community Podcast
Our primary areas of focus will be providing resources for staff to support young people who have experienced loss, grief, bereavement and trauma. We are aware that in order to do this, staff wellbeing must be a priority, and this will be the theme that underpins our podcast series.
Click below to listen to our podcast.