We record all of our events in front of a live online audience and then post the recording in our library for our members to view. This is by far the most popular way for colleagues to engage with the learning that we offer as the video can be viewed at a time and place most convenient to them.
The way that we consume video has changed in favour of a catch up model and we are really proud to be able to offer over 500 hours of 'catch up' learning!
Click the video on this page to view a clip from a recent event and experience our online learning process.
We know that not everyone is going to sit and watch a video for an hour so we also publish all of our events as an audio only resource so that you can take your learning with you and experience it on the move.
This is ideal for colleagues who are using a smartphone and a data connection as they can easily listen to the audio recording while they are walking, running and even swimming!
Many of the colleagues who use our library are also in training as practitioners, doing further training to advance their skill set or writing professional articles. All of these activities need to have their sources referenced and for this reason, we include a suggested reference for each recording posted in our library.
Members can simply copy and paste the reference, providing it is in the format required for the piece of writing they are engaged in, and change the "last accessed" date in the reference.
Following each of our events, we publish a Resource Guide which we send to our mailing list and post on our library pages.
Our Resource Guides are packed with information shared by the colleagues who have contributed to our programme. To give you a sense of just how much the Resource Guide's contain, we have attached one to this page. Just click on the button marked "Download Resource Guide" and look for the downloaded PDF document on your device.
The Resource Guide that you will download is from the event "Vicarious Trauma and Compassion Fatigue – The Challenge of ‘Second Hand Shock’" that we recently completed with Anthea Millar at our Working with Trauma Conference. You will see that Anthea has allowed us to publish her Powerpoint, the list of publications she referred to in the event and also a link to her website that contains even more resources!
I am so pleased I found this site. The talks and onlinevents have helped me enormously, particularly during training. The subjects are thought provoking, providing material for assignments and the ideas and suggestions shared amongst those that join the group discussions continue to be a huge support in my placements. Thank you and keep up the great work !
I really appreciate Onlinevents, both in terms of their online CPD and library resources, as well as the inclusive community spirit which they foster. Both the resources, and being part of such a community, has helped me enormously to progress through my counselling studies and to challenge and enable me to grow and develop in my practice. Thanks so much for all you do!