Learning and Development
Most people associate learning with formal education at school, college, university etc. However, ‘schooling’ is only one type of learning. There are many other opportunities to further your knowledge and develop the skills you need throughout life.
There are two main reasons for learning throughout life: for personal development and for professional development. These reasons may not necessarily be distinct as personal development can improve your employment opportunities and professional development can enable personal growth.
I work with people to support various types of learning and development. This could be learning that an individual has identified as important for themselves, or I will facilitate a learning activity that has been agreed, planned and developed as agreed with an employer or organisation.
Some examples of work that I have completed include;
- Appraisal skills for clinicians
- Communication skills
- Conflict resolution
- Counselling skills
- Dealing with difficult conversations
- Ethical practice and managing complex cases
- Group work
- Managing change
- Personal development
- Resilience and self-care
- Team building
- Transactional analysis
- Using reflective practice and supervision
- Vicarious trauma and compassion fatigue
I am happy to discuss bespoke requirements and develop learning that fits you or your organisations particular needs. If you would like me to contact you to discuss your requirements further, then contact me with your enquiry.