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Training - Adults

In this section, service providers and organisations will be able to find out about training available in and around Cheshire West and Chester. This may be training on offer from Cheshire West and Chester council or training offered by charities or private organisations.

If you are looking for Information and advice, please return to the Adults Home Page and use the keyword search. Advice and guidance pages will show at the top of the page, just above the service results. 


Cheshire West & Chester Council - Training, Learning & Development

Health & Safety Training

The Council is offering a series of manual handling, health and safety and working with food training courses for owners ofbusinesses or individuals working in catering.

Click here to access: Health and saftey accredited training 

Click here to access: Working with food training courses

NHS & CWP training

The NHS and CWP offer various training courses for care staff.

‘Must’ Care Pathway Training - For staff working in care homes

Training to support staff to deliver the best nutritional practice, ensuring residents are safeguarded from avoidable nutritional risk.  

Click here to access the flyer

Click here to access training dates

 

Advanced Communication Skills Training Courses

This course is for professionals who deal with challenging communication situations, particularly around loss, distress and end of life care.

Click here to open the flyer 

External Training

Skills for Care

Skills for Care provides practical tools and support to help adult social care organisations in England recruit, develop and leadtheir workforce

Click here to access the Learning and Development section of the Skills for Care Website 

Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) 

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) improves the lives of people who use care services by sharing knowledgeabout what works.

Click here to access the Training section of the SCIE website 

Click here to access the e-learning section of the SCIE website

National Autistic Society (NAS) 

The NAS provides information, support and training to professionals and parents or carers. 

Click here to access the training section (for professionals) of the NAS website 

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