End of Life Work Training That Gives You Flexibility? Absolutely, Yes.
Updated: 18 hours ago
At GDEP we work hard to be responsive to client requests, and this approach is also evident in the online End of Life Consultant training course.
As discussed in last week's blog, there is now a payment plan option for the core Tier content which gives students the choice between one up-front payment or four easy monthly installments. Every component purchased is available for students for six months, so there is no pressure to complete any Tier or Masterclass in a hurry. The drip-feed design also means that you will have plenty of time to absorb each module before moving on to the next - quality of content delivery matters to GDEP, and we genuinely want your learning experience to be a good one.
However, what you may not be aware of is that the GDEP training course has been written and designed specifically for online delivery, meaning you can study at times that suit you - and you can dress however you like. As all content has been created with online education and students from a variety of work and cultural backgrounds in mind, there is no compromise in the quality of content or knowledge transfer because every module has been designed for e-learning.
Students from Australia and overseas are actively seeking training that suits international time zones and rapidly-changing work schedules as we move through the effects of the novel coronavirus. So, GDEP has met this need with recorded content that is regularly updated to reflect changes to legislation and best practice. This is a win for students. Rather than time-zone dependent live Zoom meetings as the main delivery method, the only video-call content in GDEP's course are the optional live webinars where you can ask questions and discuss content live with the course creator Dr Annetta Mallon. Times will vary for webinars to accommodate students in different time zones, so do let Annetta know your availability. (As a bonus, you are able to wear your PJs to these sessions, too. Annetta isn't judgy, and is a fan of comfort).
The course is designed to be as comprehensive in scope as possible. All seven end of life roles are considered in depth over the four core Tiers, and pet end of life is included at every stage of the course. (This aspect of the training is naturally approved by Annetta's dog Cully.) As more and more people are enjoying life with pets as we work more regularly from home, information that can better help support all of your friends, family, and client's end of life needs is important for a well-rounded and complete end of life service set. Serving our communities is a priority for end of life work, and with pet ownership so popular and commonplace in 2020, knowing how to include pets in your end of life work is important no matter which part of the world you live in.
With GDEP's training you get comprehensive, evidence-based information and practical information at every stage of your studies.
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