Webinars Child Bereavement UK supports children and young people (up to age 25), parents and families to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. This includes providing training to professionals involved with those affected by bereavement, assisting them to understand the challenges of grief and ways to help. We have developed successful partnerships nationally to support our work, including with London Grid for Learning, London's Air Ambulance Charity, and other organisations such as Sands and Abigail’s Footsteps. We also work with local authorities, organisations and businesses, including Bank of England, Virgin Money, Nationwide and Slater and Gordon. For our current programme of webinars for professionals, click below: Lunch & Learn Series - 1 hour webinars around lunch time giving a brief overview on topics including: Understanding Loss, Grief & Bereavement Maintaining Wellbeing in Working with Loss, Death & Grief When a Child Dies: What families have taught us Supporting Grieving Children 3 hour Courses - Interactive webinars giving a more in depth view on topics including: Pregnancy Loss and the Death of a Baby: Supporting Parents Supporting Bereaved Children and Young People Teenagers and Bereavement When a Child Dies – Supporting Parents & Families Bereavement by Suicide: Supporting Children & Young People Supporting grieving families as a funeral director (contact us to arrange) Bereavement Awareness Training – 1.5 hour webinars providing an introduction to bereavement for: Education Providers – Nurseries / Schools / FE/Universities Education Providers in Manchester – Nurseries / Schools / FE / Universities Professionals Working with the Public - For professionals working with children, young people, parents and families (contact us to arrange) Training for Doctors – All doctors and trainees whose roles involve exposure to issues of grief and bereavement: Maintaining wellbeing in working with loss, death & grief Bereavement in the Workplace A series of online webinars to help businesses manage the short and long-term impacts of the pandemic, and bereavement in general, on staff and client wellbeing. Find out more here. * If you have questions regarding the webinars or are having technical difficulties, please don't call our Helpline or use LiveChat which are for bereavement support and information. These FAQs should support you with any queries. If you have used the troubleshooting suggestions and are still experiencing difficulties, please email email the Training Department.