Training

Beat is the UK’s leading nationwide charity supporting people affected by eating disorders and campaigning on their behalf. We provide expert knowledge, education and training to health, social care and education professionals, as well as a wide variety of other organisations in both the private and public sector. Over 1.6 million men and women of all ages and backgrounds in the UK are affected by eating disorders and in 2011 we had direct contact with over 250,000 of them. Beat's vision is simple: eating disorders will be beaten.

Beat's training services: 

Understanding Eating Disorders developed specifically for health and other professionals in private and public sector organisations.

GP Training for GPs who want to improve their knowledge of eating disorders.

Educate Plus training developed specifically for school staff, students and parents.

Norfolk CEDS Primary Care Workshops are free training workshops for those in primary care within the NHS Norfolk catchment area (excluding Great Yarmouth and Waveney).

Primary Care Workshops in Lothian are free training workshops for those in primary care within the Lothian area.

Dove self-esteem workshops are completely FREE and can be delivered directly to pupils, or to teachers.

Our training is:

  • Cost effective and excellent value
  • Expert - based on many years of experience in delivering training to varied audiences in the UK
  • Delivered by trainers who are experts in the field
  • All inclusive; expert trainers, slides, handouts, reference materials and certificates
  • Supported by excellent testimonials and feedback from previous clients
  • Accredited by the CPD Certification Service

Last year over 4,500 individuals benefited from our Training. To find out how you and your staff could benefit from Beat Training, contact training@b-eat.co.uk.

  • Helpline
    0845
    634 1414
  • Youthline
    0845
    634 7650

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