Parkinson's training courses for professionals
Thank you for providing a much needed educational experience.
Residential home, Greenock
Our education and training officers deliver courses for health
and social care professionals who work with people with Parkinson's in all parts of the UK.
The training courses are designed for a wide range of
professionals, including nurses, care staff, managers, social
workers, therapists and GPs.
Our courses range from a 30 minute session for a general
practice to a full day course for social care assessors, as well
as online training.
We also signpost UK university courses
for professionals in aspects of Parkinson's.
A 3-hour course for staff in nursing and care homes and home care
agencies (domiciliary care agencies)
A full day, more in-depth version of Understanding Parkinson's.
This is also aimed at staff in nursing and care homes and home care
agencies, including social services care workers.
A half day (3-hour) training course to give social workers, social
care and housing staff an improved understanding of
A full day, more in-depth version of Parkinson's: an introductory
guide for care assessment. This is also aimed at social workers,
social care and housing staff.
A 2-hour session for ward and other hospital-based staff
A short presentation on the challenges of Parkinson's for the
general practice team
A 1-hour introductory course for staff in nursing and care homes
and home care agencies, run by our team of local volunteer
Choosing which course is best for your organisation
Please contact our education and training officer in your
area to discuss which course would be most appropriate for your
We will then tailor a session to meet your particular
Online training for GPs
We've partnered with BMJ Learning to produce training modules
Please get in touch with our education and training officer in your