Bespoke Training

At Progress to Excellence Ltd, we offer a wide range of bespoke courses which are designed to suit the needs of your business. We can provide training on both an individual or group basis at your workplace at a time that is convenient for you. Please see below details of courses that we currently have on offer. If, however, the course you require is not listed below, please get in touch as we may be able to arrange this for you.

If you are interested in any of the courses, or you require any further information, please contact the Employer Engagement Team on 0151-650 6933 or email

One Day Courses

Dementia Awareness

This Level 2 training will enable learners to gain knowledge of what dementia is, the different forms of dementia and how others can have an impact on the individual with dementia.

End of Life

Support Individuals at the End of Life is an ideal programme for those who work with the elderly in a care role. They may have some experience of this topic or are keen to gain knowledge in preparation for developing their role.

Mental Capacity Act Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (MCA DoLS)

This course looks at the legislation relating to health and social care, with a focus on the Mental Health Act (2007). It provides learners with the knowledge of legislation and regulations that govern working practice and considers ways to adhere to guidelines to promote high standards of care.

Understanding Mental Health Problems

This course has recently been made a mandatory unit for those undertaking a Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care because of its importance to the care sector. Undertaking this unit will ensure those who already have a Level 3 Diploma are up to date with the current training requirements.

Understanding Physical Disabilities

This Level 2 training covers an understanding of physical disability, the impact of a physical disability on a person’s life, the environment in which the service is provided and person centred working.

Pressure Area Care

This course is aimed at health and social care staff, providing care to maintain healthy skin and prevent skin breakdown by undertaking pressure area care in accordance with an individual’s care plan and risk assessment.