We provide a wide range of workshops and training courses.
Please take a look on this page and send us a message to ask a question or book your space on one of our popular courses.
We have a range of courses including support via phone, email, online courses and video meetings or face to face.
All of our courses are running and support is available on the phone, email, online courses, virtual meetings and face to face sessions at our centre here in Dunstable (COVID-19 secure guidelines are followed at all times).
Here are our current training opportunities
We have 5 programmes providing individually tailored employment support. All delivered for free by our award-winning charity team.
The Best of Me programme is a series of free online courses for Bedfordshire residents to help improve your health, confidence & wellbeing. We design our online courses to include regular virtual meetups, with fellow course participants and your tutor. 1-2-1 contact with your tutor is encouraged via phone, email and online video chat.
Support for Employers of Disabled People. Learn how to transform the culture and skills mix of your business, and how to recruit and retain people with disabilities.
This course is for employers to further their understanding of the wide-ranging implications of disability. It will also cover attitudes to, and the legal requirements around service provision for people with disabilities
Find out about our Care Academy and all the ways we can help you learn the skills you need.
Read all our latest newsletters and emails full of events, news and all the ways we help disabled people and carers every week of the year…
The Disability Resource Centre is pleased to be able to offer courses in Moving and Handling both for care agency staff and for private individuals.
Our CEO, Melanie Hawman, talked to our Community Champions to find out about their progress since they joined our popular training programmes three years ago…
Teresa filmed this video herself to talk about the training and support she receive from The Disability Resource Centre, giving her the best guidance and confidence to get a new job.