Online training (for teams)

Do you have a whole team that would benefit from our training? Does online training work better for you?

We've given careful consideration to what works online, and adapted materials and delivery style. With a range of options to suit times and budgets available, alongside learner’s preferred levels of interactivity and flexibility. Our online training offer is growing and developing week by week.

Our network of associate trainers cover many areas of expertise, contact us to see how we can meet your specific training needs.

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  1. Training for trainers (online for teams)
    Training for trainers (online for teams)

    Explore learning theory, training design, creative methods, using resources and group management and learn tips create or refresh your own courses.

    This is a 1 day online course delivered in-house (for teams).

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    In-house course
  2. Challenging & aggressive behaviour (online for teams)
    Challenging & aggressive behaviour (online for teams)

    Build confidence to defuse and de-escalate challenging and aggressive situations, using effective communication techniques.

    This is available as a 1/2 or 1 day online course delivered in-house (for teams)

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    In-house course
  3. CBT tools for stress & anxiety (online for teams)
    CBT tools for stress & anxiety (online for teams)

    1 in 6 people of working age are experiencing clinical levels of anxiety and/or low mood that impacts on their day-to-day life. Learn practical tools and techniques that can be used to assist people to better manage stress and reduce the impact of anxiety.

    This is a 1 day online course delivered in-house (for teams).

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The Training Exchange courses are mapped to National Occupational Standards (NOS) and competence frameworks. Training is an important step in achieving competence in these standards by filling gaps in knowledge, understanding or skills. Course handbooks and the notes that you take can provide useful evidence for assessment.