End of Life Care Doula Training

Virtual End of Life Care Doula

Training Dates

Two courses planned this year (though additional maybe provided dependent on numbers).

Commences: 23rd  September 2024

Actual date and time agreed with students


Doula Course

At a cost of £875.00. Min. of 14 hours of virtual class room attendance, plus, students hours of self-learning of about 120 hours and an assessed portfolio for completion. They start when you are ready, just depending on availability.

Early bird fee only £775.00 for 16th July 2024 courses if booked now.

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Virtual End of Life Care

Doula Training

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This course is held via zoom seminars (approx 2hrs in length) over 12 weeks and leads to, on successful completion of your portfolio, the Diploma in Doula End of Life Care accredited by ITOL.

To meet the accredited course outcomes this will involve a series of virtual class sessions over a 12 week period plus your own self-directed enquiry. It also comprises the 10 Careshield certificates to support your learning and business which can be accessed prior to the zoom commencing if you wish to.

Course Cost is £875.00 | A non-refundable deposit of £150.00 is required to secure your place and payments can be made over 3 further instalments.

Please contact us directly for further detailed information – 07904 461 982

Dates for 2024
Two courses planned, though additional maybe provided dependent on numbers. Actual date and time agreed with students. But generally around 7pm start.

Autumn Course to commence week beginning
23rd  September 2024 (day and time decided by registered students )

Cost: £875.00

Early bird rate of £775.00 if deposit is paid before  16th July 2024

Spring 2025 Courses dates coming soon.

Cost: £875.00

Early bird rate of £775.00 if deposit is paid before  14th January 2025

Course Content


To support participants in developing the knowledge and understanding needed to be able to provide support for individuals, and others, in end of life situations.

Ideal for:

  • Those caring for the family members
  • Funeral directors and celebrants
  • Carers in care homes
  • Professionals requiring a refresher relating to loss and bereavement
  • Participant who wish to work as End of Life Doulas (in paid/unpaid roles)

Learning Outcome:

  1. Know different perspectives on death and dying
  2. Understand how individuals are affected
  3. Understand the dying and grieving trajectory
  4. Outline factors that an affect our views on death and dying and the bereavement experience

Course Subjects inc:

  • Loss, grief and bereavement
  • What is spirituality
  • Exploring who You are (Thrive 365)
  • Communication skills 1
  • The palliative trajectory
  • Stages of dying
  • Advanced care plans
  • Consent
  • Boundaries and Limitations
  • Exploring Advocacy, Dignity and Respect, Right to refuse as case studies
  • Cultural and religious practices
  • End of life care plan
  • Social health systems – who to work with
  • Basic meditation (mindfulness runs through all 4 modules)
  • What is a Doula ?