Find out more about our upcoming events, and book your place today. Our free webinars (online training), low-cost seminars and conferences offer valuable continuing professional development opportunities for professionals working with suddenly bereaved people.
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Resources from our previous events can be found here.
Webinars are held in one, or both of, two different time zones: GMT (United Kingdom) or NZDT (New Zealand). This is to enable maximum participation in Brake events around the globe. Time zones are specified on the event details. All events are relevant to support professionals anywhere in the world, unless specified as country-specific. Resources, recordings and presentations from past webinars run by Sudden can be found here.
Details of our upcoming webinars will be announced soon.
Supporting suddenly bereaved children and young people seminars
Cardiff 22 November 2018.
These seminars provide an essential overview of the impact of grief on children and young people, and provide delegates with an excellent opportunity to develop their skills and knowledge in supporting bereaved young people.
TRAINING IN THE UK
Empathetically working with families bereaved by road crashes
In-house training for professionals such as solicitors: Contact Brake to discuss trainer availability
Crisis response: employer training for when the worst happens
In-house training: Contact Brake to discuss trainer availability
Comments from previous attendees include:
"The quality of the speaker, the depth of research and integration and the sophistication of the actual PowerPoint itself made this the best webinar I have ever attended."
"The information provided was fantastic. It was really easy to understand and there was lots of practical information I can use."
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