Thank you for attending our Bereavement Awareness Training webinar – we hope you found this both informative and useful. Our aim is to empower you to feel confident to be able to offer others the support they may need and to develop a bereavement-aware culture within your place of work, acknowledging the enduring nature of loss and helping others to manage their grief and develop resilience for the future.

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Access your free post-webinar reading: Free follow-up resources



Child Bereavement UK offers a range of resources, which are open source and free to down load via our website. Please take a look under the 'Support and information' section.

 

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for any donation you were able to make when registering for the webinar. As a charity we rely on donations to fund our work supporting children, young people, and parents. Donations also help us to run training events and create resources such as those for the education sector in the follow-up resources above. You may wish to support the work of Child Bereavement UK in the future through fundraising -  if so we would love to hear from you!

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For further ways to support the charity, please visit the Get involved section of this website or email: [email protected]


 

Child Bereavement UK provides a wide range of training, consultancy and support services across the UK to help professionals better understand and meet the needs of bereaved children, young people, and families. We offer CPD certified training, delivered by skilled facilitators who combine subject knowledge and facilitation expertise with extensive experience of working in their particular field of bereavement. Our training is based on learning from families, is underpinned by relevant theory and evidence-based practice, and acknowledges the importance of appropriate communication and support for future wellbeing.

Click here to find out more about our training for professionals