We’ve developed a series of short training courses especially designed to support businesses within the care and retirement living sector. Each course provides a confidential place for delegates to learn, ask questions, share experiences and meet with peers.
The half-day workshops provide an introduction and overview on the subject topic and how it could be applied to your business setting. The workshops are held either in the morning or afternoon for a maximum of 4 hours.
Intensive Masterclass training
The full day Masterclass training is a more intensive training session. The course provides a more detailed insight into the subject and how it could be applied to your unique business situation. Course notes and handouts are provided for further reading and study.
Whether you sign-up to the half-day or full-day course, each is interactive to help delegates gain the skills they need to market their business.
Delegates who have attended our specialist training programme say they felt inspired and motivated to turn the ideas gained on the course into workable action plans in their organisation.
We are able to deliver our half-day workshops on behalf of Care Associations who want to provide a greater level of support to their members. If you are a Care Association and are interested in incorporating our training courses into your events programme, please get in touch to discuss.
In-house bespoke training
If you are interested in Lynden Consulting providing a more bespoke training in your workplace, we can develop training specifically tailored to your requirements, or run one of our courses at your workplace. Please get in touch to discuss.
“Edna has delivered presentations on ‘ Marketing in the Care Sector’ at networks for Registered Managers that I facilitate. I thought it was such interesting presentations and had very positive feedback from the managers that attended. Full of useful tips and ideas for the managers to take away and use in their services. Edna is friendly, knowledgeable and generous in sharing her ideas and resources.”Pia Rathje-Burton, Locality Manager (London and South East) Skills for Care