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Healthcare professionals

Education and training courses

Our Education Prospectus offers a diverse range of topics. Courses are suitable for anyone working in a multi-disciplinary team, looking to provide holistic, patient-centred care for palliative and end-of-life care patients, as well as their care givers and loved ones.

Frequently asked questions

Download the full education programme here

This document is kept up to date as we add in more courses – please check back if didn’t see a course for you on this occasion.

Several courses are funded by the local integrated care board (ICB) and NHS health care providers. Please see individual courses for information on fees or download the Education Prospectus. If you have any questions, please get in touch.

Each course page has a booking form attached, please fill this in, and we’ll be in touch with more information about joining instructions, additional information and payment.

If you already know which course you’re interested in – fill in the online form here, or download the PDF and send back to us.

Full payment is required before the day (or, first day) of the course.

If you’re unable to attend the study event please contact us as soon as possible

Provided a cancellation is made seven days prior to the start of the study event any fees received will be refunded if the notification is received less than seven days prior to the event, no refund will be made. However, you can substitute a named delegate to attend in their place. If a substitution is not agreed then the full cancellation fee will apply and there will be no refund of any monies previously paid.

Unfortunately, we occasionally find it necessary to cancel an event. Should this happen, we are committed to taking positive steps to alert you of the cancellation as soon as possible. Please note that we are unable to reimburse the cost of any pre-booked travel or any other costs incurred by the delegate in connection with the cancelled course

If you have any questions, please call the education team on:

Additional information

Our training rooms are wheelchair accessible, we have accessible toilets and the main education room can be accessed by lift or stairs.

Due to our Fire Policy, if you would require assistance during a fire drill, please let us know when you book and we will complete the relevant documentation to support you.

We can support reasonable learning adjustments, if given sufficient notice and information. Please complete the booking form and get in touch with us for further conversations on how we can support you.

There will be free provision and access to tea and coffee facilities.

Our café in the main reception is also open 10am – 2pm Monday to Friday, serving hot drinks and light bites, accepting cash or card. We also have a vending machine for drinks, snacks and freshly made sandwiches, accepting card payment only.

If you have any food allergies, please inform us via the booking form, or get in touch.

All courses are held at St Barnabas House, unless otherwise stated. Our address is: St Barnabas House, Titnore Lane, Worthing, West Sussex, BN12 6NZ

Parking:

There is access to free parking on site to anyone attending training.

Please follow the driveway, past signs for the main reception. It’s a first come, first serve system. If you require an accessible parking space, please inform us when you book your course.

Public transport: