Advanced Communications Skills Training Course

Overview

A two-day experiential course that explores challenging and complex communication situations, for example managing complaints, conflict, high levels of distress, delivering bad news and facilitating difficult conversations such as end of life planning.

Based on the evidence-based and widely used model of training developed by the National Cancer Action Team (Connected).

Method 

The training approach is experiential and involves the use of professional actors, role play and video recording. Through role-play exercises with professional actors, you will recreate a challenging communication scenario which will be recorded to enable the opportunity for powerful reflection and constructive feedback. Expert communication trainers facilitate the training to ensure those attending feel supported and safe to fully engage in the process.

The agenda will be tailored to individual learning needs.

Learning outcomes

  • To increase awareness of your own communication style
  • To explore strategies to improve the quality of communication
  • To increase skill in communicating effectively
  • To enhance inter-professional communication skills
  • To increase confidence in communicating in a range of difficult communication situations

Who should attend

This course is suitable for all senior health and social care staff, medical and allied health professionals (Band 6 and above) working with people who are living with a long-term condition, at end of life and in palliative care.

Venue

Mountbatten Hampshire, Botley Road, West End, Southampton SO30 3JB

Fee

£475 per person (including VAT)

Contact

For more information, contact our Mountbatten Hampshire Education Team by email or call 02382 548880 (answerphone)


How to book

Please contact us for more information.