Specialist Training from Llamau

Llamau has an established and comprehensive training programme that is well-known throughout the sector. A select number of our specialist courses are available for other individuals and organisations to access.

Why Llamau?

We are recognised as experts in dealing with the issues around youth homelessness and violence against women. 

Our courses deal with specialist issues around engaging and supporting young people, violence against women, domestic abuse, mental health and safeguarding.

We offer a number of courses that will suit individuals at different stages in their professional development.

Many courses that we offer to our own staff are open for individuals from external organisations to book on to. A list of those courses is available here.

You are welcome to book onto any course that we offer; however, we recommend that individuals attend some of our courses in a particular order.

If you are interested in any of our courses, or need further information, please call 029 2023 9585 and ask for the Training Department, alternatively e-mail us.

How is training delivered?

Training can be delivered in a number of ways; individuals can attend courses that are delivered primarily to internal staff. These are delivered at various locations around South East Wales, including Cardiff, Barry, Newport and Caerphilly. If just one or two individuals wish to attend from your organisation then you can fill in this form.

Courses run regularly throughout the year - find out when your course is running here (valid from June 2017 to May 2018).

Alternatively, we can come to your organisation and deliver traning in-house. This can be training we would deliver to our staff, or we can develop training tailored to your organisation's need. Please fill out this form or get in contact with us.

The following list of courses is currently available for in-house delivery to external organisations. These courses are delivered by Llamau's staff training team:

  • Domestic Abuse Awareness       
  • ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)    
  • Boundaries        
  • Mental Health Awareness
  • Mental Health First Aid
  • Safeguarding Children and Adults at Risk
  • Self Harm Awareness
  • Wellbeing at Work
  • Working with Depression
  • Working with Anxiety
  • Young People & Emotional Health
  • Understanding Young People & ADHD
  • Understanding Young People & Anger
  • Understanding Young People & Bereavement
  • Young People & Interpersonal Violence
  •  Youth Mental Health First Aid

How much does training cost?

Our full day courses cost from £50 per person, and our half day courses from £30. Certain courses may incur a small surcharge if there are extra materials needed to deliver the course. We will let you know about this at the time of booking.

The cost of each course is listed here, however should you wish to discuss course price or content please contact our training team on

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