We deliver eLearning in two options:
- Remote Learning Workshops that are delivered live by our trainers using the free Zoom remote conferencing platform: Courses will allow you to interact with your trainer and other participants in a virtual classroom where, in addition to the workshop content, there will be time built in for live discussions, question & answer sessions and skills practice. You can access the courses wherever you have an internet connection; on a desktop, tablet or even a smartphone.
- Online Anytime courses where you can learn at your own pace with the flexibility of online study: Our courses are user-friendly and interactive with content that can be accessed wherever you are. Every learner has access to an individual course tutor so you are not alone with your study!
Our eLearning courses are continually being added to and new courses will come on-stream as they are developed. Check back soon.
"The training was very well put together. The learning materials were excellent. The break out rooms worked really well. As well as the training aspect it gave participants the chance to meet the people on the course. I really enjoyed it and feel what I have learned will impact my practice. Sean is a wealth of knowledge and experience and it was an honour to be a part of the training."
Kim Haugh, Bridge to Work Coordinator, Ruhama, May 2021
"The trainer did an exceptional job. He kept us all engaged throughout and made the whole process fun and so worthwhile. I found the content brilliant. The duration actually worked perfectly, the breaks were well spaced out. The opportunity to role play was probably the most beneficial part, allowing us all to put the learning into practice. This is my second time training with The Learning Curve, and I can’t thank you enough. Not only for the learning, but also for creating an environment which felt truly supportive and collaborative, regardless of anyone’s prior learning or experience."
Anne Morgan, June 2020
Remote Learning: Advanced Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) Workshop
11, 12, 18 & 19 November 2021
JUNE WORKSHOP - ONE PLACE AVAILABLE. Note: Participants are required to provide evidence of having completed an introductory course in DBT in order to join this workshop. DBT consists of a series of skills and techniques for working with personality disorders and other areas. This Advanced DBT course focuses on how to teach clients group skills, how to develop further on these skills in one to one sessions and how to help clients with any form of self-destructive behaviour.
Remote Learning: An Introduction to Motivational Interviewing
09 and 10 September 2021
Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a client-centred approach that elicits behavioural changes by assisting individuals to explore and resolve ambivalence. This approach is especially helpful with individuals who are less motivated.
Remote Learning: An Introduction to Solution Focused Brief Therapy
13 and 14 September 2021
SFBT is a short-term goal-focused therapeutic approach which helps clients change by constructing solutions rather than dwelling on problems. Elements of the desired solution often are already present in the client's life, and become the basis for ongoing change.
Remote Learning: An Introduction to Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
16 and 17 September 2021
21 and 22 October 2021
02 and 03 December 2021
Initially known as CBT for Borderline disorder. DBT consists of a series of skills and techniques for working with personality disorders and other areas. This course will explain the concept and would suit those considering becoming a DBT therapist or those referring clients or employees to a DBT service.
Remote Learning: Complex Trauma Workshop
29 September 2021
This workshop will explore how developmental trauma may manifest in adult presentations and appropriate interventions to engage with complex trauma.
Remote Learning: Key Working, Care Planning & Case Management
30 September and 01 October 2021
This remote learning workshop will provide a practical application of relevant theory in relation to key working, care planning and case management.
Remote Learning: Improving Professional Boundaries
06 October 2021
With many of us working from home, personal and professional boundaries may become blurred so maintaining your professional boundaries has never been more important. The content of this remote learning workshop is designed to provide an overview of boundaries and the many ways in which they can be encountered. There is a strong emphasis on practical examples of issues and best practice.
Remote Learning: An Overview of Dual Diagnosis
13 October 2021
‘Dual Diagnosis’ is the term used when a person suffers from both a drug and/or alcohol issue and a mental health issue. Delivered live online by subject expert Dr. Seán Foy, using Zoom, this workshop sets out to deliver a clear overview of Dual Diagnosis/Disorders and its implications for treatment and practice.
Online: Drug and Alcohol Awareness course
01 November until 17 December 2021
This online course covers a range of areas to provide participants with a good basic knowledge of drugs and alcohol and related issues. The programme is divided into six pre-recorded modules with quizzes to evaluate understanding of the material as you progress through the individual topics. There is online access to a Q&A forum and the option of a LIVE one hour weekly session (Saturdays) with course authors Dr. Sean Foy or Liam O'Loughlin to discuss each week's module.
NEW: Remote Learning: An Introduction to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
03 November 2021
This one day online workshop delivered by Dr. Kevin Fehin aims to provide an introduction to the ideas and concepts involved in psychodynamic psychotherapy including transference and countertransference. It will explore attitudes, values and beliefs about human nature from a psychodynamic perspective and provide an understanding of psychopathology and presenting symptoms from this viewpoint.
Remote Learning: Mental Health Awareness in the Workplace
25 and 26 November 2021
This workshop will present an overview of common mental health problems and it will enable participants to discuss and reflect on the common misconceptions regarding mental health difficulties. It aims to promote positive mental health and self-care in the workplace which has benefits for all.
Remote Learning: Hidden Shame workshop
08 December 2021
This online training will be presented by Kevin Fehin, Senior Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist. Kevin will examines the area of shame and how it is often overlooked in the therapeutic process both within clients and therapists alike.
Remote Learning: Trauma Informed Practice workshop
09 and 10 December 2021
The purpose of this remote training is to start a conversation about how trauma and adversity affects and has affected those who use the services we provide and the appropriate responses we can implement and offer.
NEW Remote Learning: Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction in the Workplace
Under the Health, Safety and Welfare at work Act 2005 stress is highlighted as a hazard (HAS, 2005). Therefore stress must be assessed and managed like any other physical hazard that occurs in the workplace. This workshop will explore what we mean by the term ‘stress’, how it manifests in our personal lives and at work and how mindfulness can support us in responding to it. The programme promotes self-awareness, personal development and general wellbeing.
Remote Learning: An Overview of Relapse Prevention
This training is designed to meet the needs of those working within the addiction field in relation to this area by following the Marlatt and Gordon model of relapse prevention and covering some practical applications of this model.
NEW - Remote Learning: Community Reinforcement Approach Training (CRA)
Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) is a behavioural intervention programme designed to support recovery from substance use disorders. This is accomplished by replacing the environmental contingencies that have encouraged alcohol or drug use with prosocial activities and behaviours.
Remote Learning: Key Working Online - Practical and Psychological Perspectives
Covid 19 has created many challenges for how Key Workers normally carried out their practice. This online training module aims to support Key Workers to develop insight, capacity and expertise to deliver their practice online while maintaining their core skills and practices.