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Sign up to our upcoming webinars and workshops, and watch previous sessions. You'll gain insightful tips and best practice on how to equip managers, communicate with families, and look after bereaved colleagues.

Our Compassionate Employers Workshops and Webinars

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We offer a range of training for employers. Our workshops are interactive training which is limited to 16 participants. This allows time for case studies, breakout groups and group discussion. A webinar allows for up to 100 participants, however, due to the number of attendees there is no smaller group work. 

The decision will ultimately come down to your training needs and organisation size. 

Prices start from £750 plus VAT, you can find more details and make a booking here.

Or if you have any questions please just email us at CompassionateEmployers@hospiceuk.org 

 

Upcoming webinars and workshops

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Coping with Professional Grief workshop

Tuesday, May 14th 10:00-12:30 

 

People working in hospices, care homes, hospitals and other care settings often experience the deaths of patients and residents where they work, but this doesn’t mean each death is easier to cope with.

This practical and interactive workshop is for people managing and supporting frontline staff who may frequently experience loss in their roles. This includes professionals working in healthcare, social care, hospices or care homes.

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Our Compassionate Employers facilitators

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Laura Barrett, who works for St Oswald's Hospice

Laura Barrett

Laura has worked at St Oswald’s Hospice in Newcastle upon Tyne since 2017, joining the organisation as a Senior Fundraiser and moving to the Bereavement team in September 2020 to take on a brand new role for the Hospice as Bereavement Support Worker, with a focus on digital developments.

Laura delivers St Oswald’s Grief, Loss and Bereavement training programme to organisations, helping them to manage bereavement in the workplace and to support staff and volunteers as they return back to work following a death. Her role involves developing and overseeing partnerships with other charities and businesses to develop a deeper understanding of loss, improve access to bereavement support and shape best practice.

She also provides 1 to 1 bereavement support to clients following the death of a loved one so has day to day experience with people grieving a loss and knowledge of the range of difficulties they face.

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Faith Holloway, Compassionate Employers lead at Hospice UK

Faith Holloway

Faith joined as the Compassionate Employers Programme Lead in 2021, with over 8 years experience in workplace wellbeing and engagement.

As a facilitator she has led training workshops for Hospice UK, Save the Children and Jewish Care. Faith is also a regular keynote and panel speaker at conferences including Health and Wellbeing at Work and the Great British Workplace Wellbeing Series.

Previously recorded webinars

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Watch recordings for insightful tips on how to equip managers, communicate with families, and look after bereaved colleagues.