Doula Training – Part III Diploma

The Diploma course Part III provides additional nine days training after the completion of Part II

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Doula Training – Part III Diploma

Doula Training – Part III Diploma

The Diploma in the Living Well Dying Well Person-Centred Approach to Death and Dying is made up of three courses delivered over a 20-day programme. The Diploma course Part III provides additional nine days training after the completion of Part II expanding on the knowledge and skills required for the Doula role whilst working towards the full Diploma.

Upcoming dates

  • Aug
    25
    9 days in total (3+3+3) 9am to 5pm
    Course Code: SXIII-20-2

    Sessions:

    • Days 12 - 14
      Tue 25 Aug - Thu 27 Aug - (09:00 - 17:00)
    • Days 15 - 17
      Mon 28 Sep - Wed 30 Sep - (09:00 - 17:00)
    • Days 18 - 20
      Tue 10 Nov - Thu 12 Nov - (09:00 - 17:00)
    15% Deposit is available
    • £1,020.00 excl.
  • Dec
    01
    9 days in total (3+3+3) 9am to 5pm
    Course Code: HBIII-20-1

    Sessions:

    • Days 12 - 14
      Tue 01 Dec - Thu 03 Dec - (09:00 - 17:00)
    • Days 15 – 17
      Tue 26 Jan - Thu 28 Jan - (09:00 - 17:00)
    • Days 18 – 20
      Tue 02 Mar - Thu 04 Mar - (09:00 - 17:00)
    15% Deposit is available
    • Diploma earlybird discount £970.00 excl.
    • £1,020.00 excl.

Description

This nine-day course is the third and final part of the full 20-day End of Life Doula Diploma Training. It is only available to learners who have completed the Part I Foundation and Part II of the training.

The course is portfolio based learning and is externally monitored and certified by Crossfields Institute. The full 20 day programme has been awarded the Crossfields Institute Quality Mark.

Themes covered include:

  • Use of imagery and the use of metaphor
  • Unconscious processes, acknowledging the shadow
  • Maintaining healthy energy system
  • Motivation for becoming a Doula
  • Ethics, assisted suicide/ euthanasia/exit
  • Reflective practice in the Doula Role
  • Compassionate presence
  • Palliative care symptom control
  • Pain and suffering
  • Spirituality, faith, belief and religion
  • Role of the Doula in spiritual care
  • Unusual phenomenon at the time of dying
  • Complementary therapies in end of life care
  • Reminiscence work
  • The arts in end of life support
  • The concept of the soul's journey
  • Inner and outer practices to support the soul's journey
  • Assessing needs of client and family
  • Endings and new beginnings
  • Withdrawing from a relationship

Maximum of 16 people per training group.

Prerequisites

This course is only available for learners who have completed our Foundation Training and Part II Diploma courses.

T&Cs

You can read about booking, payments and cancellation here.

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