What Matters to Me: a Human Rights Approach to End of Life Care | 03/06/20
Hosted at Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice, this training workshop aims to empower health and social care professionals to deliver personalised, compassionate and dignified end of life care by providing a comprehensive introduction to the Human Rights Act and an approach for shared decision-making, using case law and case studies to bring it to life.
Please read our FAQs below for pricing information.
For more information, or if you would like to host a workshop at your place of work, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Human rights training FAQs
How much is the training?
The cost of attending is £60 per person. Sue Ryder staff should talk to their local education team before booking.
When does booking close?
Booking closes two weeks prior to the workshop date so we recommend booking as early as possible to secure your place.
Are places limited?
Yes, places are limited to a maximum of 25 participants per workshop, and tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. As the workshops are interactive and are usually delivered by one facilitator, we limit places to 25 to ensure that each participant can fully benefit from the training.
How do I cancel my booking, if I no longer require it?
If you need to cancel your place please manage your order by accessing 'Your Account' on your confirmation email from Eventbrite.
What is your policy on refunds?
We will issue a full refund for cancellations received up to 7 days before the training is due to take place. For unforseeable cancellations after this time, please contact email@example.com to discuss refund options.
Why do you need my email address?
The workshop facilitator will use this address to email you key information about your workshop two weeks in advance. Following the workshop we will not contact you again, unless you opt in to receive further communications from us on upcoming healthcare events and resources for professionals.
When booking your place, please ensure you use your own email address, and make sure you type it correctly.
What if I’m booking on someone else’s behalf?
The information we ask for on the online booking form should reflect the person who will be attending the workshop. If you are booking a place on behalf of another person, please ensure that you have their email address to hand and their permission before you start completing the booking form. This is so that each participant can receive the key workshop information directly.
I haven't received my pre-course email, what should I do?
You should receive an email from Sue Ryder two weeks before your workshop date with a reminder of the details. If you do not think you have received the email, please check your junk / spam folder in case it has been re-directed there. If you still have not received the email and would like us to send it again, answer any questions on your booking or on the training course, please contact us directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I get my Certificate of Attendance?
You will receive a hard copy certificate of attendance at the end of the workshop to keep for your records.
Are all professionals and backgrounds welcome at workshops?
Yes, in fact we welcome mixed groups containing a variety of professionals across different backgrounds and disciplines because this makes for a more lively and useful discussion. From doctors and nurses to chaplains, social workers and healthcare assistants, if you have an interest in a human rights approach to end of life care, you are welcome to attend this Sue Ryder training.
How do I contact the course organiser?
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
Can I host a workshop at my place of work?
Yes, our Human Rights Lead would be happy to deliver a workshop at your workplace for a minimum of 12 participants. For further details please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org