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Grief and Loss

3.4.7

Study MethodClassroom based
LocationRivervale
RecognitionCertification of participation
Start DateRolling intake
FeesPlease contact our Training Consultant to find out more
Course Fees & Charges Policy 2021
Course Details

Course Details

One of the most challenging times as an aged care worker is when you are supporting residents and their families through a period of loss and grief. The ability to handle situations like this with confidence and skill is essential.

Topics include:

  • Grief as a normal response to loss
  • The experience of loss and grief for the dying person, family and friends
  • Supporting dying and bereaved clients
  • Cultural reactions to bereavement
  • Theories and models of grief and loss

This course can be customised to meet organisational workforce needs.

Entry requirement

Entry requirements

There are no pre-entry study or qualification requirements, but to be eligible, you must:

  • Possess suitable English language, literacy and numeracy skills (e.g. you will need to be able to read, understand and communicate care requirements on a care plan);
  • Be at least 18 years of age
Study methods & duration

Study methods

This course is delivered face to face at our Training venue by our experienced Trainers. 

Qualification

Certification

A certificate of participation confirming the learning outcomes will be provided to each learner.

Grief and Loss

3.4.7

Study MethodClassroom based
LocationRivervale
RecognitionCertification of participation
Start DateRolling intake
FeesPlease contact our Training Consultant to find out more
Course Fees & Charges Policy 2021