Most people will experience loss and bereavement at some point during their lives. Sadly, that will include you. In social care we often build strong bonds with the vulnerable people we support because we care.
Most people will experience loss and bereavement at some point during their lives. Sadly, that will include you. In social care we often build strong bonds with the vulnerable people we support because we care. This means you are likely to experience more loss and bereavement than someone who is not involved in a social care role.
In this course, we are not telling you how to behave when experiencing your own loss. You are a wonderfully unique individual and you will have your own unique experiences. However, we will share with you some of the key models identified through studies of patterns of other people’s experiences and help you to understand what is normal and when to seek support. We also help you to apply this learning to your work when you need to support colleagues or the individuals you support through the grieving process. Naturally, the learning can be applied in your personal life too with your family and friends.
This course has been designed specifically for people who want to know more about loss and bereavement. Whilst it provides a focus for people working in social care, it will also be useful to a wider audience of people..
You can access this Health and Social Care online course as part of the Unlimited Care Package, which includes 130+ courses and certificates, on the Click eLearning platform. Starting from just £3, access unlimited learning in one simple subscription.
Here are example screenshots of our interactive learning in action. If you would like to see more of the course features before you subscribe, feel free to book a demo with the team, who would be delighted to show you how our online courses help support meaningful training.
As a leading eLearning platform provider, Grey Matter Learning recognises the importance of accessibility in learning. We are proud to have integrated Recite, an innovative tool that enables learners to access eLearning content more easily, regardless of their abilities. With Recite, learners can benefit from text-to-speech in over 65 languages, colour contrast adjustments, and translation of over 100 languages, to enhance their learning experience.
These tools can help to make learning more inclusive and accessible for learners with visual or hearing impairments, as well as those who speak different languages. By incorporating Recite into our website and Click eLearning platform, we are able to provide our carers with a comprehensive and accessible training solution that helps to promote learning outcomes for all learners.