Online CPD courses
A number of our CPD courses can be completed online, allowing you to develop your skills and progress your career wherever you are.
Recognising the difficulties that the current COVID-19 situation is causing, our trainers are currently delivering our scheduled live courses remotely via video conferencing. Further details of these courses can be found under the relevant categories.
Our new Digital Academy offers a range of online courses, developed by leading clinical educators and varying in format, duration and level to suit your needs and schedule.
The courses below are designed for self directed study.
We all live our lives in and through our relationships, both past and present, and we are all shaped by the social and cultural contexts in which...
Adolescence is a time of life that is central to our sense of who we are in the world. It is a time of intense emotion, of startling changes, of...
Digital Academy Mini Course: Children’s Brain and Emotional Development: What people working with children really need to know
This accessible, five-hour course introduces new research into the brain and nervous system – revealing important insights into the effects of early experiences which can directly inform your work with children and young people.
This 20-hour course takes a more in-depth look at significant influences on the developing child – drawing on the latest neurobiological science and tried-and-tested clinical ideas to unpack children’s psychological states.
This course provides a brief introduction to perinatal mental health, with a focus on some specific perinatal mental disorders, and an overview of the potential risks associated with perinatal mental illness. Developed in line with the perinatal mental health competency framework, the course builds knowledge and understanding, in order to enhance the care given to women, their infants and their families throughout the perinatal period.
This 20-hour course will provide an accessible introduction to various types of perinatal mental illness and the significant effect these can have on women, their infants, partners and families. You will learn about a range of factors that can contribute to mental health problems in pregnancy and after birth, as well as the risks that can be associated with perinatal mental illness.
This Digital Academy course presents practical ways for you and your colleagues to maintain hope during times of uncertainty –helping you to make sense of challenging experiences, strengthen relationships, and promote wellbeing.
This Digital Academy course explores how individual and organisational resilience can be understood and developed, in order to support mental health and wellbeing, and facilitate more effective teamwork, particularly in times of stress or change.
This Digital Academy course examines how and why traumatic responses are generated in the brain and body, and how different responses to trauma may look and feel, in order to create a more supportive, "trauma-informed" work environment.
This Digital Academy course introduces the concepts of ‘leadership’ and ‘followership’ in the context of the modern workplace –outlining how positive leader-follower relationships can be used to strengthen emotional and psychological wellbeing.