End of Life Care


Our End of Life Care workshop is designed to provide participants with the necessary skills and knowledge to deliver person-centred care to individuals facing life-threatening conditions and nearing the end of life. Throughout the training, emphasis is placed on responding sensitively to the needs of dying persons while upholding principles of safety, dignity, respect, and comfort. Participants will gain insights into the structure and organisation of Palliative Care and Hospice services, including the pivotal role played by the multi-disciplinary team in providing holistic care. Additionally, the workshop equips participants with strategies to adapt supportive systems, enabling clients to maintain an active and meaningful life until the end. Participants will learn how to navigate the complexities of end-of-life care, fostering an environment of compassion and support for both clients and their families.

Who should complete?

The End of Life Care workshop is highly recommended for healthcare professionals working in various settings, including hospitals, hospices, nursing homes, and home care agencies. This includes nurses, doctors, caregivers, social workers, chaplains, and allied health professionals who provide direct care and support to individuals facing life-threatening illnesses and their families. Additionally, individuals working in community organisations, such as palliative care volunteers and support groups, can benefit from this workshop to enhance their understanding and skills in providing compassionate end-of-life care. Furthermore, family caregivers and individuals interested in learning more about end-of-life care to support their loved ones can also participate in this workshop to gain valuable knowledge and insights.

Entry Requirements

To access programmes leading to this award the learner should have reached the standards of knowledge, skill and competence associated with the preceding level of the National Framework of Qualifications. This may have been achieved through a formal qualification or through relevant life and work experience.

Ideally a minimum of Level 4 certificate standard of education and a strong interest in the provision of quality care in a healthcare setting.

Proficiency in written and spoken English, along with computer literacy skills, is crucial. Students enrolling in Level 5 courses are expected to exhibit proficiency in reading, drafting, preparing, and comprehending information on various topics. Basic IT skills and access to necessary equipment such as a computer, broadband, email, Microsoft Office, and recording equipment are necessary for skills demonstration tasks. Additionally, learners must be capable of self-directed study as this course is delivered through blended learning.

Upon successfully finishing this Workshop, participants will receive a Barrow Consultancy & Training Certificate valid for two years.

All fees for registration and certification are included in the workshop cost.

Our workshops are delivered thorough blended learning, removing the necessity for in-person lectures. Learners are granted a 30-day timeframe to complete a workshop, beginning on any Monday or Thursday.

Upon enrolment, learners will receive login credentials to access module materials at their convenience.

Group training and pricing details are available upon request.

Please feel free to contact us at 059 97 21416 for further information.