St. Margaret's offers a regionally acclaimed programme of courses, study days and academic modules to fulfil the educational requirements of the palliative and end of life care workforce. We use a range of teaching styles including interactive classroom sessions, work based learning, facilitated action learning sets, workshops and e-learning.

We offer on-site and external training. We also offer customised training in the form of short workshops to help ensure your team are properly able to move patients, reduce the risk of infection and on common symptoms associated with the end of life.

St. Margaret’s Education Coordinator, is the first port of contact within the St. Margaret's Education Department. Cora will be happy to help with any enquiries: [email protected]. Alternatively, you can view our range of on-site and external training by clicking here.

Have a can do attitude and the rest will follow

Brett Hoebel

Our Teaching Methods

We use a range of contemporary teaching styles, including interactive classroom sessions, work based learning, facilitated learning sets, one to one coaching, workshops and e-learning. 

Terms and Conditions

Please note: if there are insufficient bookings for a course, St. Margaret’s reserves the right to cancel. Where possible, this decision will be taken no later than one week before the course date and all participants will be informed. Should St. Margaret’s cancel a course, all paid fees will be refunded.


A cancellation fee will be charged at 50% of the course fee if a cancellation is received within 2 weeks of the course date, and 100% if a cancellation is received within 48 hours.

Course fees include refreshments and a light lunch where appropriate. Please advise us of any special dietary requirements.

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