From: Mon 07 Oct, 2024
To:Tue 08 Oct, 2024


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The new blended learning ACST Model (in partnership with FrontLine Communication)

  • Interactive demonstrations and opportunities to practice
  • Give and receive feedback in a safe learning environment
  • Participant-led agenda using experienced facilitators and actors

Online workshop 7-8 October 2024


  • E-Learning (launch date-4 week prior to workshop)
  • Up to 3 hours online e-learning (this is to be completed before the online workshop, but can spread out over the 4 weeks prior)
  • Use Phone or Laptop, do you eLearning in breaks, travel or home, with most session under 10mins each.
  • 20min 1-2-1 with course facilitator (to discuss learning objective and role-play scenario)
  • 2 day zoom workshop (approx. 5 hours per day)

You will receive a unique Access code for e-learning platform. Your place on the 2-day workshop is not confirmed until you register onto the platform & book your 1-2-1

  • 2-day online workshop requirements:
  • Study-leave
  • Access to broadband for the 2 days
  • Desktop or laptop computer recommended, phone not recommended
  • Cameras will need to be on at all times
  • A private / confidential space (headphones & microphone if unable to assure privacy)


Feedback received

Overall experience of blended learning course  4.8/5                    Relevance of course to role 4.9/5                            Would you recommend this course 100%


Location: Virtual

Educational Credits: TBC

+ Venue


+ Speakers

Facilitators are provided through FrontLine Communication - all have received additional training in both Advanced Communication Skills facilitation and online delivery.

+ Course Programmes

to enable learners to
• increase awareness and improve communication skills
• identify strategies to improve quality of clinical communication
• review behaviours which inhibit good communication
• increase ability to deliver information effectively
• reflect on how they communicate with people affected by cancer
• share concerns and good practice
• improve and develop their communication skills through observation, practice and giving and receiving constructive feedback
• facilitate effective communication where there are language and /or cultural differences
• increase confidence in responding to difficult communication situations

Programme times etc will be available upon registration or request