Our Training Courses

Cavendish Care offers a wide range of training courses which are open to all care professionals.

At Cavendish Care we believe that face-to-face training provides an environment and an opportunity for immersive and interactive learning through the sharing of individual experiences and the study of real-life examples, which is difficult to achieve through online learning.

Our courses are designed in a way which allows them to be related to any sector or profession. Each of the below courses highlights the key areas of learning, the duration and the times of each course, but if you have other questions or if you’d like to discuss these, please give us a call on 01737 224497.

All our courses take place at our dedicated Training Centre in Horley, Surrey.


9.30am to 4pm

Our Autism Awareness session provides learners with an overview of Autism Spectrum Condition, the challenges associated with the condition and how it can affect an individual on a daily basis.

Emergency First Aid at Work

9.30am to 4pm

The Emergency First Aid at Work qualification provides practical skills and knowledge to workplace First Aiders and enables delivery of safe and effective First Aid to persons who become ill or injured whilst at work.

Fire Safety

9.30am – 12.30pm

Fire Safety awareness is a topic which is used every day in our working and personal lives. Understanding how to avoid fires and how to stay safe if a fire occurs is key to good Health and Safety working practice.

Health and Safety

1pm – 4pm

Health and Safety underpins many of our policies and practices, so this session builds on these practices, looks at the responsibilities of each person relating to Health and Safety and what this looks like in our workplaces.


9.30am – 1pm

The Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards can be difficult topics to grasp even for experienced support staff and managers. This session takes the principles of the MCA and builds on them gradually and at the pace of the group.

Safeguarding of Adults at Risk

9.30am to 1pm

The safeguarding of vulnerable adults is a vital part of the role of a support worker, manager or anyone who comes into contact with those vulnerable adults. It is a topic which is fundamental in caring for or supporting for people who are unable to safeguard themselves.

If you have any queries or questions about Cavendish Care please do not hesitate to contact us.