Axcis CPD: Moving and Handling Training

Do you work with physical learning disabilities and need to brush up on your training? If so, this course could be great for you! Credit Flickr cc

As part of our commitment to putting back into the UK education system, Axcis Education offers regular training to help develop continued professional development (CPD) skills. We’ve therefore teamed up with Nash College to introduce Moving and Handling training for SEND staff who work with children or young people with PMLD / physical learning disabilities.

Course details*

Date: 5th, August

Time: 9:30 am – 4:00 pm

Cost: £50 + VAT

Location: Nash College, Croydon Road, Bromley BR2 7AG


*You will need to register or already be registered with Axcis Education to participate in this moving and handling training. As an added offer, if you successfully work through us at Nash College for 5 consecutive days after completing this training, you will get 50% of the cost of the course back. Please take note that due to the popularity of these training courses, we are unable to offer refunds if you are unable to attend on the day of the training. Axcis and Nash College furthermore reserve the right to change dates, trainers or any training information if need be. We therefore encourage you to follow our social media pages for regular updates.


We’d also like to remind you that this is an Axcis event, as such, please avoid contacting Nash College for further information or booking inquiries.


Learning Outcomes include:

  • Legal requirements
  • Spinal awareness
  • Risk Factors
  • Demonstrate safer moving and handling techniques (practical session)


Course benefits include:

  • More employment options to work with children or young people with PMLD
  • Enhance your CV
  • Make you more likely to get supply work / work with SEND


How to register / book?

Contact Stacey Huntley by email on to book a place.








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