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eduk8 Partnership Ltd are a training provider based just 1 mile outside Liverpool City Centre.

We offer a wide range of nationally accredited training courses and also design and deliver bespoke training to meet the needs of our customers.

We hold ISO 9001 quality standard which is nationally recognised and rigorously maintained. We currently hold contracts with or are prefered suppliers for over 20 Local Authorities as well as providing training for numerous private clients.

eduk8 have a diverse portfolio, which covers areas such as First Aid, Health and Social Care, Information Technology and Management and Personal Development.



January 2019

Tuesday 8th- Emergency First Aid

Wednesday 9th- Health and Safety

Thursday 10th- Food Safety

Saturday 12th + Saturday 19th -  Paediatric First Aid

Tuesday 15th - Moving and Handling People

Wednesday 16th Safeguarding Adults

Thursday 17th - Medicine Administration

Thursday 17th + Thusday 24th - Paediatric First Aid

Wednesday 23rd (AM) - Safeguarding Children - SOCA

Wednesday 23rd (PM)Meds Admin in Early Years and Childcare

Thursday 28th - Dementia Awareness

Thursday 28th - MCA DOLS



News and Offers

Would you like a copy of the 2018 course schedule emailed over you?  Drop an email to vicky@eduk8partnership.co.uk and we will email you a copy.


Are you looking for a venue for a meeting or a course?  eduk8 have 3 rooms available to hire.  Contact Mike for more details on 0151 727 4884


eduk8 currently have access to some funding for training.  For more information please call Mike on 0151 727 4884

PACE - Police and Criminal Evidence Act

Course Information

The role of the Appropriate Adult was created in the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) 1984, with the intention of further safeguarding the rights and welfare of young people and vulnerable adults in custody.

This course allows professionals to explore their roles and responsibilities that were created as part of the Act and to test out (In a safe environment) the way in which they apply these roles in safeguarding someone under caution.

Who Should Attend

This course is suitable for staff from many different disciplines including Residential Workers, Social Workers, and Youth Workers, Support workers, Children & Adult Advocacy Workers and workers within Youth / Adult Justice.

Course Content

Background to the legislation and its context
An overview of the PACE codes of practice
Home Office guidance for Appropriate Adults
Breakdown of custody personnel and their respective roles
Checklist of tasks at the police station
Mental Health and Learning Disability Issues
The course will allow for much open discussion and interactive learning to allow learners to leave the day much more confident in working within situations as an appropriate adult.

Course Duration

1 day


Continuous assessment throughout the day

Acquired Brain Injuries

Course Information

Acquired Brain Injuries challenge an individual’s quality of life, dignity and independence.

People who have a brain injury have to learn to live life as fully as possible, often needing to relearn previously acquired skills. The Acquired Brain Injury course will provide delegates with a broad understanding of brain injuries in individuals with a brain injury through this process.

Brain injuries can be very diverse with regards to how they affect an individual. This course looks at some of the common problems this client group experience, including cognitive, physical and emotional effects. The delegates are given “good practice” tips; practical strategies and advice on how to work with a person who is affected by a brain injury, including helping a person adjust to living with a brain injury.

Who Should Attend

All persons dealing with people that have acquired brain injuries

What They Will Learn

Understanding of the importance of the brain and the effects of ABI

Provide practical strategies to help individuals with a different range of ABI's overcome problems they may experience

Gain a detailed understanding of how to effectively support and rehabilitate individual with ABI

Course Content

The Brain and the Central Nervous System (CNS)

What is ABI and what causes it?

Treating ABI


Effects of ABI

Practical strategies to overcome the effects of ABI

Adjusting to life after a brain injury


Course Duration

1 day


Continuous assessment throughout the day

Common Induction Standards

Course Information

Common Induction standards have been designed for individuals stepping into Social Care, as well as those people changing roles or perhaps employers within Social Care. 

Who Should Attend 

All Adult Social Care practitioners should complete the Common Induction Standards

 What They Will Learn

The successful implementation of the Common Induction Standards is an important step towards delivering high quality care and support. This course highlights to new staff members the importance and value of a robust and extensive induction course, as well as preparing them for access to future training and qualifications.

Course Content

The standards provide evidence for mandatory units of the new Health and Social Care Diploma to ensure consistency of procedure for employees

Standard 1 Role of the health and social care worker

Standard 2 Personal development

Standard 3 Communicate effectively

Standard 4 Equality and Inclusion

Standard 5 Principles for implementing duty of care

Standard 6 Principles of safeguarding in health and social care

Standard 7 Person-centred support

Standard 8 Health and safety in an adult social care setting

Each standard includes areas of information that health & social care employees will need to understand prior to working unsupervised. Managers have a responsibility to make sure new members of staff have sufficient understanding to satisfy the required outcomes in each section. 

Course Duration

2 days


Continuous assessment throughout the programme

Understanding Mental Illness

Course Information

This course is a simple introduction to the various types of common mental illness

Who should attend

Carers for people with mental illness

What they will learn

An understanding of Mental Illness

Course Content

  • Types of Depression
  • Psychosis
  • Anxiety
  • Personality Disorders
  • Mental Health Act 1983

Course Duration

1/2 Day


Continuous assessment throughout the day