Essential Brain Injury

Event date: 19th January 2022 - 26th January 2022 9.30 am to 12.30pm each day

Some feedback on Essential Brain Injury

"This course was fabulous. Perfect level for an Awareness course, really easy to understand and extremely interesting"

"Rachel made these training sessions very relaxed, interactive and fun! It was good to meet in a smaller group and hear what issues others were facing. I felt we all worked together to become better informed and have useful solutions to hand to overcome issues we may face in our workplace. I also felt reassured that I had handled some tricky situations well, which gives me more confidence for the future. Many thanks and keep up the good work!!"

What will I learn?

This training provides an overview of the changes and challenges someone can face after brain injury.

We will cover the basic anatomy and physiology of the brain; what happens when the brain is injured; an introduction to the physical, cognitive, emotional and behavioural changes that can occur; and some simple approaches to help when communicating with someone who has a brain injury.

How long is the training?

6 hours over 2 sessions -19th and 26th January 2022 9.30 am - 12.30 pm each session

Who is the training for?

Individuals who are new to understanding brain injury.

Ideal for participants who have been working in the field of brain injury for under 12 months and require condition-specific training as part of their induction or those in post 12-24 months who have not previously had any formal brain injury training.

How much does it cost?

£125.00 per learner

*** Special rate for registered UK charities £99

Click here to book your place with us or book using a payment card via Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/essential-brain-injury-webinars-tickets-145669440217

Registered charities will need to contact training@jspsh.co.uk to reserve places at the charity rate.

Venue

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19th January 2022 - 26th January 2022 9.30 am to 12.30pm each day
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