Training Events

Tuesday 13th June 2023 (South East)

Time: 09:00-16:00
Venue: Royal Trinity Hospice, 30 Clapham Common North Side, London, SW4 0RN.
Facilitators: Gemma Allen and Dr Jed Jerwood

Thu 14th September 2023

Time: 09:00-16:00
Venue: The Mary Stevens Hospice, 221 Hagley Road, Oldswinford, West Midlands, DY8 2JR.
Facilitators: Gemma Allen and Dr Jed Jerwood

No Barriers Here© facilitator training

To book your place, please complete the registration form or alternatively you can contact:

How to find us:

For training delivered at The Mary Stevens Hospice Stourbridge Junction is the nearest train station and is just a 5-minute walk from the hospice. The hospice is near main bus routes and located within close proximity of motorway networks.

Cancellation Policy

If a delegate wishes to withdraw from the course please note, that due to the purchase of resources no refunds are allocated however, a delegate will be able to transfer the space to a colleague. Occasionally, situations beyond our control means we have to cancel a training course. In the event that this happens, delegates will be informed as soon as possible or offered an alternative date. A full refund will be paid if an alternative date is unavailable.

Bespoke No Barriers Here© facilitator training

Bespoke No Barriers Here© education programmes are available for providers across the health and social care sector working in any healthcare or community setting. Bespoke packages are a popular choice for commissioners to support partnership working particularly when addressing inequalities in palliative and end of life care. A minimum of 8 people is required for a bespoke package and a maximum of 20. The facilitators will travel to a place of your choice to deliver the bespoke package.

If you have any specific training requirements and would like to discuss a bespoke package to suit your service or locality, please complete this form or contact:

“The No Barriers training team came and delivered a session in house. The education was great, and all attendees were very engaged. It was attended by both hospice staff and multi-professionals within the local Learning Disability support teams. Many of the group had not previously met, but with the facilitation of the session everyone was quickly chatting about the project and how they might use this new tool. This very practical session meant we all left with art to reflect our own advance care plans as well as an enthusiasm to facilitate our own groups.”

“What a fantastic inspirational training session you delivered! Thank you both very much for the entire day. Your style of delivery, content and the resources were superb and I am still buzzing about the day!”