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APT prides itself on the feedback we receive about our courses. Below is just some of the great written feedback the Adult ADHD course has received.
"Excellent course. Great handouts. Fantastic Facilitator."
Brendan O'Reilly, Lead Nurse
"Really interesting, useful and informative. Has given confidence and reassurance in skills. Really good to have discussions etc."
"Very informative, giving a good insight into ADHD to take back to practice."
Mark Nichols, Staff Nurse
"Very thought provoking and helpful facilitation on ideas for assessing and working in ADHD."
Su Ross, Area Head Psychologist
"Excellent, informative course. Clear explanations with plenty of time to ask questions throughout the day."
Maria Langdale, Senior Staff Nurse
"Very well presented. Warm and friendly. Lots of excellent information. Thank you."
T Woodford, Support Worker MH
"I found this course really informative; packs and handouts will be useful tools. Good to learn alongside other professionals."
Clare Dawkins, Social Worker
"Very much enjoyed the course, wide variety of resources of information provided and variety of styles - DVD, case studies, discussion. Tutor's knowledge-base excellent, a great presenter who was very interesting to listen to."
"The course has been very helpful in developing my understanding of symptoms and treatment of ADHD in adults."
"Tutors presented lots of information in a well-planned manner. At no time did I want to snooze off or lose focus! Very knowledgeable about the subject and had lots of 'real' examples to illustrate points made. Able to explain in detail and answered lots of questions whether directly relevant or not."
"Before I came on this course I knew very little about ADHD. I now have a good basic understanding of this condition, including the identification, assessment and treatment of ADHD. The course materials were informative and helpful."
A 2-day course (1-day version also available).
AD/HD has become an increasingly common diagnosis in recent years and is one that can cause confusion and concern. Recently increasing emphasis has been placed on adults with ADHD, a group that has not received the attention they deserve.
This course therefore takes a dispassionate view of the nature of AD/HD, the far reaching problems it can cause for people, both the patient and those around them. Most importantly though, it details what effective psychosocial interventions are available to benefit those involved and also those around them.
We continuously monitor the quality of our training by obtaining feedback on the two key scales of relevance and presentation from every course delegate. Below are the average ratings for the last three runnings of this course.
Average Presentation rating: 93%
Average Relevance rating: 81%
*These statistics were last updated in April 2017.