Education and Learning
PLEASE NOTE: UPDATE (August 2021)
Face-to-face education is back
From April we have been delivering our education sessions face to face.
Our programme will still look a little different but we are working hard to provide as much education as we can in the present circumstances.
This page describes the full list of courses that we run.
We have thoroughly risk-assessed for Covid-19 safety and a copy of our Risk Assessment and details of the precautions we are taking are available to all.
We still offer refreshments (tea, coffee and water) in the training rooms and social distancing is observed.
Should any larger teams require training within their workplace please let us know, as we are now able to offer a selection of virtual teaching sessions which were developed during lockdown to maintain a level of education during that difficult time.
If you have any concerns or require further information please contact the Education Department on 01590 646445 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be pleased to help.
Covid Safety Precautions:
Oakhaven has thoroughly risk-assessed for Covid-19 safety precautions for visitors to the Coates Centre.
A copy of our Risk Assessment is freely available, together with a full list of the measures we have currently put in place.
Oakhaven's approach to learning
Oakhaven’s approach to education is that knowledge is best shared. We welcome support from other specialties and clinical colleagues to further our knowledge and improve patient care.
We also provide a thorough education programme to support clinical colleagues in providing good quality end-of-life care.
We can also arrange bespoke training for providers should you wish.
If you’d like to learn more or have any queries please don’t hesitate to call 01590 646445.
Oakhaven provides courses covering a variety of subjects within palliative and end-of-life care. These courses are available for all healthcare professionals in our community.
We endeavour to make our sessions friendly and informative, with the content being varied and providing a relaxed approach.
We believe education in end-of-life care is crucial to providing quality patient care. We work closely with all healthcare professionals to improve the quality of palliative and end-of-life care for our community.
On the “shared knowledge is best” ethos there are no charges for any of the courses other than ACST where there are licencing and other external costs that we incur. We want to make education available to as many people as possible and therefore view it as part of our charitable purpose.
We do not believe cost should be a barrier to accessing education and improving patient care. Should you wish to make a donation to help cover some of the costs it is always gratefully received.
We look forward to welcoming you and your colleagues.