Our autumn training courses are now open for booking.
If your organisation is a Homeless Link member you are entitled to a 25% discount on all our training! Just select the member option when booking.
Hoarding awareness workshop
Develop an understanding of the reasons a person may hoard and how to support a person to overcome barriers to disposing of their hoard.
This course will explore best practice and safety when it comes to lone working.
Universal Credit and Supported Accommodation
This course will explore the key rules for Universal Credit (UC) and Housing Benefit (HB).
Housing Law: tenancies and licences
This one day course will explore common issues relating to tenancies and licences.
Complex Needs, Dual Diagnosis and Personality Disorder
This course will provide an introduction to the these topics and will explore ways of supporting people and maintaining staff wellbeing.
Staff can be faced with dilemmas and can sometimes find themselves in tricky situations where they are uncertain of the most appropriate course of action. This course will enable participants to explore these critical issues.
Anxiety Disorder and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
This course will give staff a greater understanding of Anxiety Disorder and OCD, and how to better support a person experiencing either or both of these complex issues.
Trauma-Informed: Theory and Principles
An introductory course for frontline staff exploring Complex Trauma and Trauma-Informed approaches.
Staff Supervision skills
Improve your supervision skills to benefit your staff team and improve the performance of your service. As a manager or supervisor this course will help you to develop your staff through regular formal supervision, leading to improved outcomes for your organisation.
Supporting people into education, training and employment
Develop practical skills, knowledge, coaching skills and the confidence to support and empower your clients to overcome barriers and access education, training or employment.
Assessment and Support Planning
Excellent support is dependent on an effective Strengths-Based assessment and the formation of a strong support plan. To achieve this, you need to be able to fully engage the client in the process, complete an assessment that focuses on strengths and create a plan that both client and support worker agree with. This training will help you to carry out assessment and support planning effectively.
Psychologically Informed Environments (PIE)
This course teaches you how to create a supportive environment by exploring five important elements and empowering frontline staff to lead the change.
Suicide: prevention, intervention and post-incident protocols
This course will explore the theory and practice of suicide intervention skills that can be applied in any professional or personal setting. This course is for anyone who seeks greater understanding and confidence to intervene with people at risk of suicide. This course also explores possible prevention and post-incident protocols, and how to support service users and staff after an incident.