Training at LOROS

At LOROS we offer a wide range of training in palliative and end of life care courses. We also offer bespoke training that can be delivered in your place of work to meet your requirements.


The training we provide

Our training courses include:

  • Advanced Communications Skills
  • Symptom management
  • Syringe driver training
  • Verification of expected death
  • Personalised End of Life Care is Everybody's Business (PELCEB)
  • Six Steps to Success in Personalised End of Life Care
  • Personalised End of Life Care
  • Sage & Thyme Foundation level Communication skills
  • Advance Care Planning and ReSPECT Training
  • Enhanced Communication Skills

Unless stated please book online; if online booking is not an option please contact one of the education team via email or telephone (0116) 231 8455

“Couldn’t be improved, it was the best end of life care session I've attended" – Delegate, Symptom Management at the End of Life

Delegate - Symptom Management at the End of Life

My understanding of the different ways people deal with grief / bereavement has grown enormously, as well as having gained better insight into how my attitude or words can influence a customers behaviour – Delegate - Having Conversations about Death and Dying

Delegate - Having Conversations about Death and Dying

Our current courses

GP learning session

22nd September


GP session - Anorexia, cachexia and fatigue

Join us on Thursday 22nd September 2022 from 1-2pm for the next GP learning session.

GP learning session

13th October



These are fully funded workshops for Primary Care Clinicians (including GPs, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, emergency/acute care practitioners, ambulance paramedics and technicians). Colleagues from practices, PCNs, out-of-hours, ambulance and community services are welcome.

The workshops will focus on taking a holistic and evidence-based approach.  They will be practical: focusing on discussing ‘real life’ dilemmas, case studies and scenarios that happen in practice; interactive: responding to your questions and the challenges that you face in your practice; and supportive: recognising that the situations we will be discussing are clinically, ethically and emotionally challenging.

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