Updated: Jan 17
Our team at Helping Hands Community Hub are working hard with our expert partners to provide more training courses for you in a wide range of accessible formats! Our courses aim to cover a wide range of topics for everyone in our community, whether you are a teacher, parent, or social care provider.
These online courses cover a wide range of topics and are accessible online, from the comfort of your own home.
Would you love to learn more about a certain topic but simply don't have the time or means to attend one of our free training courses/workshops? Then the online courses are perfect for you. You can work through the courses at home or on the go, and at your own pace.
From a SEND (special educational needs and disability) course to online courses for ADHD, Asperger’s, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome, and Sensory Processing Disorder Awareness. Our online resources already span a wide range of conditions, and will cover more in the future. These courses will develop your understanding of these conditions and empower you to provide informed, educated and caring support to your loved ones.
We recognise that parents/ carers have a range of experience when it comes to supporting their families. As such, we have included courses that cover the more general aspects of special needs care, to more niche topics. From Postnatal Depression Awareness, to Managing Challenging Behaviour and learning Parenting Skills, to Child Nutrition. Parents/ Carers are the cornerstone to a child's development. We will continue offering specialised courses to help you provide the right support in any circumstance.
Children & Young People
We want to provide expert care and education of all children and young people. As such, we have expanded our course offerings to cover all stages of a child's development. From the very beginning of a baby's development, our courses cover Baby Sign Language and Child Psychology. Through to issues facing teenagers with our NLP for Children, Understanding Bullying, and Children’s Mental Health courses.
Some physical health conditions are overlooked when providing care for people. The following courses will cover awareness on various allergens, allergic reactions and how to provide the right support.
Our course on Anaphylaxis Awareness is designed to educate participants on the 14 most common sources of food allergies. Additionally, the course covers high-risk locations people should try and avoid to minimise risk of an allergic reaction. We highlight how to recognise all types of anaphylactic reactions as soon as possible t