We offer annual PAS-ADD and ChA-PAS for mental health assessment of people with intellectual disability training.
We can offer clinical training about meeting the health needs of people with intellectual disabilities to health services. Please contact us to discuss your training needs and for further information.
Mental health in learning disability (online training course), 21 October 2020
Understand the common signs, symptoms and presentation in a person with learning disability by signing up for our new online workshop on Mental Health in Learning Disability in association with ARC England. Find out more and apply.
Positive behaviour support (PBS)
The Estia Centre does not offer full training in positive behaviour support (PBS), although some training in specific interventions may be provided by the mental health in learning disabilities clinical teams as part of individual work with service users.
Maudsley Simulation is the UK’s first simulation training centre focusing on mental health with the aim of improving services for all who are affected or impacted by mental health issues.
Estia and Maudsley Simulation collaborated with the Baked Bean Theatre Company to co-produce training about meeting the health needs of people with a learning disability.
The Estia Centre has also consulted with Maudsley Simulation and SHRINE to develop simulation training 'How to start a difficult conversation' about meeting the sexual health needs of vulnerable populations – those with mental illness, substance misuse or intellectual disability.
The Estia Centre are also able to develop and deliver bespoke training related to the specialist mental health needs of people with intellectual disabilities to meet your specific organisational requirements. This can be delivered in-house or at one of our training venues.
Please contact the training team by email email@example.com with details of your requirements for a cost quote.
The Estia Centre uses a number of venues to provide training across King’s College London and Maudsley Learning.
Our training workshops are generally held at the Weston Education Centre, Kings College London, London SE5 9RL.
How to get to the Weston Education Centre
If you are coming to visit us, we would recommend using public transport. Nearby parking spaces are limited.
Transport for London has an excellent website which will allow you to plan your route – enter your starting point and Weston Education Centre postcode (SE5 9RJ) to see the best route using public transport.
Our nearest train station is Denmark Hill, which is a seven minute walk away (see a Google map of the venue). Please note that the Weston Education Centre is not near to an underground station.