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Friday, 19 May 2017

Trauma Treatments – New SDS Course via Webcast

We’ve received a lot of enquiries about running our new Trauma Treatments course around the country from the North East to the South West.
Unfortunately, we will never be able to physically bring this course to every corner of the country, but instead we are doing something EVEN BETTER.

We are now offering the most popular of our open course training modules via webcast, AND NOT ONLY THAT! WE ARE ALSO OFFERING AN INTRODUCTORY PRICE ON THE FULL CERTIFICATE IN TRAUMA TREATMENTS IF YOU BOOK BY THE 1ST JUNE!
http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/trauma.shtml

Webcasts have proven to be a big hit with delegates attending from all over the world via the comfort of their own home or office.
http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/webcast.shtml

Here’s what some of them have had to say about their experience:
“I do believe I got more out of the course than I did when attending in person. And it was very convenient - I have a client booked in 15 minutes after the completion of the course so it’s less disruptive.”
"The last two days webcast, was my first experience of using this method and I must say it was a revelation. I felt like I was having a personal lecture and there were no distractions from other candidates, noise, paper shuffling and over talking etc.”
“I thought it was brilliant. I actually think I preferred webcasting to the open course!”

http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/webcast.shtml

UPCOMING WEBCASTS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING MODULES:

Trauma: Psychopathology and Treatment 12th-13th September
http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=179

CBT for Working with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder 19th-20th October
http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=163

New Approaches to Traumatic Grief and Loss 8th-9th November
http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=180

Resilience: Prevention and Recovery from Traumatic Damage 5th-6th December
http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=181

 In addition – our most popular course on Clinical Supervision 7th-8th June is available via Webcast too:
http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/seminars.php?courseid=114

If you have any questions about webcasts, take a look at our webcast FAQs http://www.skillsdevelopment.co.uk/webcast.shtml
Or simply drop us an email to info@sds-seminars.com - we’re always happy to help.

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