Training Packages

“Thank you for giving us the space to think about families in our community who may have faced, or have been facing loss. We feel more equipped now to be able to support people.”    

Training at The Maypole Project is provided in association with LACES – Loss across Counselling Education and Support which extends the titles of training we can provide further than children’s complex medical needs.  The training packages range from counselling and communication skills to working with families facing loss.

Training will either be provided at:  Head Office or our Greenwich Office

Our training courses are mostly designed to provide an appropriate level of training for associated practitioners working in:  school, hospital, hospice, social services.  These courses are also accessible by people from all walks of life who wish to learn more about these subjects.

Where they are specifically for trained or trainee counsellors this will be noted.

A fee of £90 per day applies to all courses provided (with the exception of people continuing to volunteer or work at The Maypole Project see our terms and conditions).

AND we can also create a training course to the specific needs of any organisation:  Please contact us for details and references of earlier training provided

TRAINING OUTLINES

SUPPORTING FAMILIES FACING LOSS

2 DAYS / 4 SHORT DAYS 

A foundation course for people working with families facing losses associated with children’s illness/disability.

An introduction to The Maypole Project’s research based psycho-social care “footprint”

  • Exploration of loss
  • Impacts of the child’s illness or disability
    on the family systems, individuals, and ourselves
  • Psycho-social support skills
  • Looking after ourselves

COUNSELLING SKILLS TASTER DAY  

This course is designed to provide an appropriate level of training for people who wish to explore their listening, responding and communicating skills through a one day workshop.

 

SUPPORTING CHILDREN FACING LOSS: an insight into the support skills needed to support children (to age 11) who face loss through disability, illness or death

1 DAY COURSE

Exploring childhood – our own and the client’s.  Childhood losses explored (loss in its broadest context but also specifically through disability, illness or death)

The child in the context of family.  Skills in supporting children: The Maypole Project model.    Looking after ourselves in providing support to children.

SUPPORTING YOUNG PEOPLE FACING LOSS: an insight into the support skills needed to support young people (11 to 21) who face loss through disability, illness or death

1 DAY COURSE

Exploring adolescence – our own and the client’s.

Losses explored (loss in its broadest context but also specifically through disability, illness or death)

The young person in the context of family.  Skills in supporting young people: The Maypole Project model.    Looking after ourselves in providing support.

GROUP FACILITATION:

1 DAY COURSE

Exploring the reasons for running groups, the type and format for groups and the attributes of positive group facilitation.  Through exercises, discussion and teaching the process of groups from the start through to the end will be explored, including; relationships, group dynamics.

There is no expectation of prior knowledge in this subject and is accessible to people currently running, or wishing to run support groups

MAYPOLE PROJECT & ACTIVITIES INTRODUCTORY TRAINING

3 HOUR TRAINING

Introduction to The Maypole Project and working with children in activities at The Maypole Project mandatory for all of those working in Activities at The Maypole Project:  Create, Maypole Active, Respite and Activity Days and Outings.

May also be helpful to anyone wishing to support children through activities in other settings.

To apply for any of these courses please contact 01689 851596 or email info@themaypoleproject.co.uk

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