Training and development Education and Training Quality End of Life Care for All (QELCA©) The QELCA programme aims to increase knowledge of the principles and practice of palliative/end of life care for registered nurses caring for residents, patients and families at end of life in the care home and hospital settings. QELCA involves a 5 day course attended at Strathcarron hospice. Training is delivered to small groups of up to 6 at the most. Each participant will then be expected to attend 6 monthly action learning sets thereafter to facilitate the process of embedding learning into practice. The week course of the QELCA© programme will involve a facilitator working with the small group of nurses on the Monday, Wednesday and Friday and to spend Tuesday and Thursday in the hospice in a supernumerary capacity alongside hospice staff for a working shift. Dates 20th - 24th February 2017 Apply for this course Places are limited, and will be allocated on a first come first served. For further information please do not hesitate to contact Jackie Higgins, Practice Educator firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr Sally Boa, Head of Education, Research and Practice Development email@example.com Booking for this event has now closed.