Carer Awareness Training
Join us to learn more about carers
Care for the Carers provides a free, Think Carer programme of Carer Awareness Training as part of our. Locations are across East Sussex. We are currently offering online training.
The training sessions are for businesses, health and social care organisations and professionals and volunteers working with carers. If you are an organisation interested in learning more about unpaid carers, contact us to discuss training at your premises.
Training content includes:
- Unpaid carers and the impact of caring
- The importance of identifying and supporting carers
- Carers rights
- Support available – signposting – making a referral
- A ‘Carer Friendly Community’ approach – why this is important and the role we can all play
Sessions are delivered online via Microsoft Teams. Learners can choose to attend a shorter 1.5-hour session, which includes some brief discussion, or a longer 2.5-hour session, which includes a break and more time for discussion and interaction. Training dates are below.
1.5 hour and 2 hour sessions – online training using Microsoft Teams
- Monday 8th March 2021, 2pm – 3.30pm
- Tuesday 18th May 2021, 2pm – 4pm
- Thursday 22nd July 2021, 10am – 12pm
2.5 hour sessions – online training using Microsoft Teams
- Friday 16th April 2021, 10.00am – 12.30pm
- Wednesday 9th June 2021, 10am – 12.30pm (Carers Week)
- Monday 16th August 2021, 1.30pm – 4pm
For more information or to book a place on these free training sessions please contact Carole Gregory on 01323 738390 or email email@example.com
“Clear precise information, well explained.”
“The training gave a very clear, factual overview of carers nationally and in East Sussex, their needs and services/support available.”
“Really enjoyed the workshop. I gained a lot of knowledge about how massive a role carers play.”
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