The Pain Management Plan
1 day course The Pain Management Plan is a cognitive behavioural based workbook and app that enables people with pain
Helping People with Persistent Pain Help Themselves: Facilitating Self-Management for Health Care Professionals
2 day course. This very practical course introduces health care professionals to the techniques they need to engage and support people
How to join a Course
Our course are designed for health and social care professionals working with people with persistent (chronic) pain and other long term conditions.
Before attending a course you need to complete some online learning to help you assess your current knowledge and learning needs. You can complete the learning before or after you enroll in the course.
The online learning can be found here.
Achieve a 70% pass rate.
A pass of 70% or more? Well done: you are ready to attend one of our courses.
A lower score? Don’t worry: have a look at our resources page for some additional knowledge and the resources so that you are able to gain the most from the course.
Sign up for a Course.
Ready to sign up? Details of available courses and how to apply can be found here.
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Bespoke training courses can be arranged for whole services or teams.
If a number of staff would benefit from the training it may be more economical to run an in-house course. Paying external participants may be invited and some organisers have obtained funding from pharma and equipment supply companies which can help defray costs.
Courses may be run on 2 consecutive days (including Saturdays) or 2 x 1 day a maximum of 4 weeks apart
Day rates TBC (excluding travel and overnight expenses where applicable) include preparation materials, the course manual and other resources
For groups of up to 12-14, one trainer is enough, larger groups need 2 trainers and we are able to have up to 30 participants per course subject to the size of the venue.
Course hosts are responsible for arranging a suitable venue, lunch & refreshments.
To discuss organising a bespoke training programme pease contact us