About Jersey Hospice Care’s Education Programme

Our face to face community education programme is resuming in September. Due to government advice, we are limiting our numbers on each course so that we can deliver our education safely to our community partners. Please see our leaflet (attached) on what you can expect if you attend our education programme and go to our education and training page to book a place. We will update this information if government advice changes.

Find out how we are transforming the experience of death, dying and loss through our island-wide education programme.

Our vision for the community of Jersey is that all those with life limiting conditions, and those close to them, have access to the same high standard of care and support, whenever and wherever they need it. We believe that education is the key to achieving this ambition and is one of the cornerstones of our work at Jersey Hospice Care.

Our Education Team, supported by specialist clinical staff, provides an innovative planned programme of education, underpinned by the most current evidence in end of life care. All of our courses are run by expert clinicians who have been trained to teach in the subjects they deliver. Our varied programme supports achievement of the Gold Standards Framework focusing on all aspects of the patient and family journey. This includes foundation courses exploring the principles of end of life care, skills based workshops in communication, advance care planning and having conversations around spirituality, to workshops on the provision of emotional and bereavement support leading up to and after death.

Anyone wanting to develop their confidence and competence in end of life care will be able to find the right course for them by following the links below.

There is also potential to provide bespoke education to organisations, at a cost, depending on our capacity and commitments as a team. If this is something you would find useful, please contact Geoff Benning on