HOARDING AWARENESS TRAINING
The Your Living Room team of trainers brings a wealth of experience, knowledge and passion to their training. Delivering a variety of courses to include a full day or a half day Hoarding Awareness Course for professional’s, Emotional Resilience & Stress Management for Hoarding Practitioners and a new course for 2020 ‘License to Practise’ – a 2 day workshop providing an intense overview for people interested in setting up their own Person-Centred Decluttering Service.
Our specialist Hoarding Awareness Training Courses aim to support front line staff and practitioners with the knowledge, confidence and understanding that enables them to engage with their clients who are displaying complex needs with a cluttered lifestyle.
Your Living Room delivers an overall information training package that provides professionals with the confidence in assessing clients’ needs accurately, using The Hoarding Guidance Protocol which was published in 2016. This is achieved by using examples of the evidence-based process of recording.
There is currently a lack of awareness and understanding with regard to the support required to enable professionals to engage with the community that are displaying a hoarding disorder.
Our engaging, jargon-free courses are the ideal way of raising awareness, building knowledge and skills of how to support your clients and are ideal for housing specialists and Health and Social Care teams who are supporting people affected by hoarding and other conditions resulting in chronic disorganisation.
LIMITED OFFER between 1st September and 30th November 2019
(light lunch will also be included in the price if attending the half day Hoarding Awareness ‘in-house’ course at The Black Barn)
Taking bookings now for Wednesday Course dates between 0930-1pm on :
15th January 2020
12th February 2020
Limited free parking is available which will need to be pre-booked before the course date.
Terms and conditions must signed and returned 30 days prior to the course date with full payment.
No refunds available but if you have to cancel we will transfer your money to another date of your choosing
(This is dependant on availability)
We would like to thank you for choosing Your Living Room CIC. In order to protect our legal position we are required to provide you with our terms and conditions, which set out the basis on which we will provide training ( please see document below).
However, if you have any concerns, issues or complaints in relation to this course then please contact us to discuss them. We will aim to resolve any complaints or issues with you without recourse to legal proceedings.
Please read these terms and conditions carefully, as they contain important information about Your Rights and Obligations.
Our courses can be provisionally booked over the phone or via email and will remain provisional until full payment is made together with the return of a signed booking form and signed terms and conditions. (Scanned copy is acceptable)
Payment must be made within 7 days of the provisional booking by BACS or credit card.
Unfortunately, failure to return the completed booking form within the stated period may lead to the reserved places being offered to alternative attendees.
Please see below booking form in PDF format for completion and to be returned to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hoarding Awareness Training Feedback
What did you like most about this training?
"Easy to follow and full of useful info and tips"
The afternoon session proved useful as it covered legislation etc"
"Full of good and useful information about hoarding and how to help prevent it"
"Adapted to sensory needs of people in attendance - very well."
"Excellence use of case studies offered by course participants and demonstrated by trainer."
"Gave clearer insight into why people hoard and the benefits of working in partnership with other agencies."
"Very well presented, excellent information given. Should be a mandatory course."
"Fab training and facilitation style."
"Thoroughly enjoyed and able to ask questions about specific cases to enable me to provide person centred approach and where I go now."