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Licences and Training

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Our Tutor Delivers the Sessions

Currently only available in the Midlands area.
We have limited availability for our staff to deliver Communicate to your clients. This is for small services who do not have the staff-time available to deliver the intervention themselves.

Site Licence

A site licence allows unlimited delivery of the intervention by trained staff from a named location (postcode). 


It includes unlimited downloads of the software, support for installation, a Project Coordinator who will be in regular contact and ongoing education support for trained staff. 

Individual Licence

Suitable for services where staff cover a large area and do not meet clients at a centralised location. 
The individual licences allow a named member of staff to deliver the intervention from where ever it is needed to clients of your service.

Day 1 and 2 - Initial Training

These two days of training are required for staff to be certified to deliver the Communicate intervention. On these days we cover the method behind the intervention and the commonly used modules in the software. This allows the staff to start delivering from the next day.

Day 3 - Advanced Training

This usually takes place a months after staff have started delivering. It covers the intermediate level modules, ways to adapt the modules to the needs of your client/service and a chance for your staff to ask questions they might have after delivering the project.

Support Day

Support days provide ongoing support to your staff. You can tailor the support by selecting which options best suit your needs or talking to our instructor to arrange support specific to your service.

Birmingham Office Training

Usually, our instructor comes to your location to deliver the training but sometimes that is not the best option. So we also offer training in our classroom at our offices, based in the Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham. This is a good option if you only have a couple of staff to train, often used when new staff join the service.