CPD and Training

CPD and Training for Professionals in the Inclusive Design and Later Life Sector

Time to get your CPD underway

It is always good to get your Continuing Professional Development underway early in the year – and there are plenty of courses and conferences to choose from this Spring.

Why don’t you start by signing up to our Newsletter that is full of tips, tricks and sector know-how:

For Occupational Therapists

Do you know about OTAC? It is the Occupational Therapy Adaptations Conference series that covers the country. With 9 events already arranged there is bound to be one near you. And with great speakers and free tickets you have everything to gain! Click here to find out about dates and venues

For Architects and Designers

RIBA (The Royal Institute of British Architects) CPD series has now launched. To find out more about RIBA’s extensive programme of education and professional development programme that covers the length and breadth of England, including online courses (there is even one by us coming in the Spring!) click here

Or if you want to develop your Inclusive Design skills online, head over to the Design Council’s free (yes, £0) Inclusive Design training module here

Financial Advisors

Do you cater for the specific needs and aspirations of people in Later Life? Or would you like to? SOLLA (The Society of Later Life Advisers) offers a range of courses and professional qualifications to help you deliver the best advice you can to suit older people.

For Everyone

And don’t forget, we regularly run our HomeCheck training courses if you want to add HomeCheck assessments to your portfolio of skills.

We can also tailor the training to suit specific sectors such as Home Care providers, Social Services OTs and Home Improvement Agencies. Let us know how we can help you make best use of your resources.

Are you running a course? Would you like us to feature it in our regular newletter? If so, email us on info@livingwellathome.co.uk

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