Viewing posts from: May 2017

Comhairle Nan Eilean Siar

This week, 22nd – 24th May 2017, Jan Crawford traveled across to Stornoway to deliver another three day Load Management Theory & Client Handling Techniques Train the Trainer Masterclass Course for Comhairle Nan Eilean Siar. Attending the course we had Laura MacDonald, Sandy Maclean, Marion Finlayson, Margaret Ann Beggs and Laura Mackechnie.

Left to Right: Margaret Ann, Laura, Sandy, Marion, Laura.

Jan said that it was an enjoyable 3 days with the group getting a lot out of the course and they are all now keen to return to their workplace to put it into practice.


NHS Forth Valley Train the Trainer Course

Janet Hunt spent the week in Stirling from the 15th – 19th May 2017, at NHS Forth Valley, Stirling Community Hospital. There were for participants for this course, Katy Mather, Sarah Dove and Alena Crawford all from NHS Forth Valley and they were joined by Diane Wason from Campsie View School in East Dunbarton. Janet said that this was a very experienced group of professionals who all brought something valuable to the course which resulted in a very good week.

Really enjoyed the course, can’t believe how quickly the week passed” – Katy Mather, Occupational Therapist, NHS Forth Valley


Independence Homes One Day Refresher Course

Jan Crawford spent the day on the 9th May 2017 at Independence Homes in Caterham, Surrey. She was there to deliver a one day Handling People with Special Needs Adults refresher evaluation workshop to the six Key Trainers based within the organisation. The day was spent covering practical techniques and problem solving and all involved demonstrated a good mix of skills and experience.

Left to right.
Kevin Harrod, Iqbal Hussain, Mitchell Smith, Francine Dupont, Kate Billing and Dean Potter.

Belong Masterclass Course

Jan Crawford was back with Belong in Warrington this week, 2nd – 4th May 2017, to train another five Key Trainers for this long standing client. Jan said that the 3 days went well with everyone working well together, they were all keen, enthusiastic and demonstrated a good level of commitment to the course.

Left to Right : Andrew Woods, Martin Thomson, Rachel Worthington, Allison Pearce and Josephine Mollison.