Quality Marks and CPDs
- Diploma in the Living Well Dying Well Person-Centred Approach to Death and Dying
- Align for Learning
- Foundations of Anthroposophic Medicine Diploma
- CPD Diploma in Anthroposophic Mental Health Studies
- Rhythmical Einreibung Foundation Course
Certificate of Participation
Diploma in the Living Well Dying Well Person-Centred Approach to Death and Dying
Delivered by Living Well Dying Well in East Sussex. This Quality Mark programme introduces learners to the Living Well Dying Well person-centred approach to death and dying. The aim of this programme is to help learners develop practical skills and knowledge to be able to support individuals at end of life and their families within a person centred approach.
This programme is not an end of life care programme, but rather for those who are walking alongside the family, carers, professionals and others.
For further information on the programme, entry requirements and how to apply please contact: [email protected]
Align for Learning
Align for Learning is a certified part-time programme for teachers to learn how to identify and assess learning differences and design and implement effective Learning Support interventions. It meets all current legislative requirements. This Quality Mark programme is delivered by SWASEND (Steiner Waldorf Association for Special Education Needs and Disability) (www.swasend.co.uk) in East Sussex.
For further information on the programme, entry requirements and how to apply please contact: [email protected] or telephone 01342 824740.
Foundations of Anthroposophic Medicine Diploma
This Quality Mark programme has been designed primarily for qualified practising medical doctors to be taken alongside their professional work. It teaches elements of the spiritual scientific methodology which underlies anthroposophic medicine. It is delivered in five long weekend modules and one five day intensive per year over three years. It is formally offered through Emerson College with many sessions taking place at St Luke’s Therapy Centre, Stroud, Gloucestershire.
For further information on the programme, entry requirements and how to apply please go to: www.anthroposophic-drs-training.org/training/ or www.emerson.org.uk/british-training-in-anthroposophic-medicine
CPD Diploma in Anthroposophic Mental Health Studies
Offered through Emerson College with many sessions taking place at St Luke’s Therapy Centre, Stroud this Quality Mark programme is primarily designed for professionals working in the field of health and social care, or working within the field of anthroposophy. Candidates with other experience or background are also welcome to apply.
For further information on the programme, entry requirements and how to apply please go to: http://www.emerson.org.uk/professional-personal-development-training-in-mental-health
Rhythmical Einreibung Foundation Course
Rhythmical Einreibung is a method of gentle, therapeutic touch that focusses and strengthens the patient’s powers of self-healing through rhythmical movement. It is used to support health through its warming, calming and harmonising qualities.
Delivered at Emerson College, this Quality Mark programme is taught in two 5-day modules and one 3-day module. Originally developed for use by nurses and carers, this course is open to everyone: members of medical and allied professions, carers and non-professionals. No prior experience is necessary.
You can find more information on the course and how to apply here
Certificate of Participation
Babies Music School
Delivered by Adriana von Runic Whittington, musician and teacher, Babies Music School is a course for parents, teachers and others that focuses on using music, singing and lullabies with unborn, new born, very young children and parents. The aim of the course is to:
- Know about research into the effects of music on unborn, new born and very young children
- Develop an understanding of how music is experienced by the child through the mother
- Understand the potential benefits of singing, listening and playing music