We're proud of the work we do with the NHS and other healthcare providers because we firmly believe that in a modest but signifcant way our training helps save lives. And as clients go the NHS is one of the best because, like us, it absolutely gets the value of training and development.
We work with many of the UK's leading hospitals including Great Ormond Street, St Georges, Glan Clwyd and the Christie. Hospices, royal colleges, clinical commissioning groups and mental health trusts are also on the list.
Our clients work with us in two main ways. Most ask us to tailor our courses to their specific organisational needs. For example, a hospital with a big emergency department might ask us to help them prepare for the crisis communications that would sadly but inevitably be needed around a major incident. But when there are only a few people who need training or their needs are more generic they send their staff to our open, public workshops.
In both cases we appreciate every penny spent on training is money that can't be spent on direct patient care. And we also appreciate that the finacial pressure on budgets is such that training is increasingly being seen as a luxury. So that's why we've kept our prices down to under £100 per person and often even less for half day sessions or in-house delivery to bigger groups.
If you can't see the course you're looking for here or would like to discuss your training needs with one of our trainers just get in touch via our contacts page.
This small selection of courses represents our best sellers in this sector. Click on the magnifying glass to see a short overview of each course or on the name to read the full description. And remember that if you book us to deliver any our workshops in-house the content can be tailored to your specific organisational needs.
These aren't the only courses we deliver for the sector. You can explore the complete range on our A-Z course finder page or browse by category.
"An excellent course that was very well presented by a trainer who was clearly experienced in his field and put his message across in a relaxed and good humoured manner. Thank you."