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Training is only available for unpaid carers.

Unpaid Carers Assertiveness


£ Price



1pm - 4pm


Grierson House

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Unpaid Carers Assertiveness (Dumfries)

Join us for an empowering information session tailored specifically for unpaid carers. This workshop-style session aims to equip carers with the valuable skill of assertiveness, helping them navigate their everyday lives with confidence and effectiveness.

Session Goal

The goal of this session is to provide unpaid carers with a comprehensive understanding of assertiveness and its practical applications. By the end of the session, participants will have gained knowledge about key assertiveness techniques, recognized the advantages of assertive communication, and developed insights into manipulative behaviors and ideas that hinder assertiveness. Additionally, the session will explore the concept of ego states and the role of compliments in effective communication.

Session Format

This session will be conducted in a workshop-style format, allowing participants to engage actively with the content and interact with facilitators and fellow carers. Through a combination of presentations, discussions, and interactive exercises, attendees will have the opportunity to apply assertiveness techniques in a supportive environment.


Grierson House, The Crichton, Bankend Rd, Dumfries, DG1 4ZE


The session will run for approximately 3 hours, providing ample time for in-depth exploration of the topic and meaningful participant engagement.

How to book

To secure your spot in this informative session, please click the “book now” button below and complete the booking form. Spaces are limited, so early booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.

Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your assertiveness skills and empower yourself as an unpaid carer. Book your spot now and embark on a journey of self-empowerment and effective communication.

Please note this training is only available for unpaid carers.

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