Free training for Direct Payments Employers and PAs

August 24th, 2017

Are you a disabled person who employs a Personal Assistant to support you? Then you, and your PA could be entitled to free specialist training workshops from WECIL. 

These workshops are for any disabled Direct Payment employer, and aim to enable you to feel more confident in managing your Personal Assistant (PA). There are also courses available for your PAs to improve their skills in working with you. 

Upcoming training available

For Direct Payment Employers

Employment Law Training

Friday 31st January 2018

10.30am - 12.30pm at The Vassall Centre, Gill Avenue, Fishponds, Bristol BS16 2QQ

Human Resource Training

Friday 31st January 2018

13:30am - 15.30pm at The Vassall Centre, Gill Avenue, Fishponds, Bristol BS16 2QQ



You can book your place for Employment Law Training here  

Human Resource Training can be booked here

Or alternatively call WECIL on 0117 947 9933 or email

The courses are funded by Skills for Care. For more info please see our Employer & PA Training page.



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