Our training courses provide an opportunity for you to develop, update or expand your knowledge of eating disorders.
We have courses which are applicable to a wide range of professionals including health care professionals, teachers, pastoral care workers, health and fitness instructors and those working in retail among others. Find out more about each package by clicking the links below.
As the UK’s leading charity supporting those affected by eating disorders our training packages are based on our 25 years’ experience working in the field. You can expect the training to be delivered by experts, inclusive of reference materials and certificates and cost effective. All training is accredited by the CPD Certification Service.
Beat’s training services
Understanding eating disorders training
Developed by Beat for a wide variety of professionals who need to learn more about eating disorders. This package can be delivered on-site at your organisation, or you can attend one of our events which are set up across the UK.
Primary Care training
Designed specifically for those working in Primary Care, expect a practical training course to help you work with those in your care.
Understanding eating disorders training for schools
Created for school staff, students and parents to increase knowledge of eating disorders and how to support those you may be worried about.
Dove self-esteem workshops
Working in partnership with Dove’s Self-Esteem Project we are able to provide free self-esteem workshops delivered directly to pupils or teachers.
Lothian schools training
Beat have been awarded funding from the Butterfly Bursary within NHS Lothian to provide free eating disorder training workshops to teachers working in the Lothian area.
Lothian Primary Care workshops
The Butterfly Bursary has awarded Beat funding to provide free eating disorders training to Primary Care professionals working within Lothian.
Norfolk Community Eating Disorder Service Primary Care workshops
Beat are working in partnership with Norfolk Community Eating Disorder Service (NCEDs) and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust to provide free training to Primary Care professionals across the county of Norfolk.
Last year over our training reached over 60,000 professionals, teachers, students, carers among others. To find out how you, your pupils or your staff can benefit contact the Beat’s team on email@example.com or call 01603 753303.