Are you a student interested in learning more about the power of personal playlists for people living with dementia?
To enrol in our Playlists for Students course, someone from your university or college must sign up to register your institution. Students cannot sign up individually.
Why not send your lecturer or course organiser the details about the course and suggest they sign you and your fellow students up?
Here’s a handy template with all the information you need. Simply copy and paste the below and update with any other information you would like to add.
Subject: Playlists for dementia training course – free for students
Dear (lecturer name),
I am interested in the following free online training course from Playlist for Life – the UK’s leading music and dementia charity. In order to access the course, a lecturer or course organiser must sign up on my behalf, so I am sending you the information to express my interest.
Playlists for Students: https://training.playlistforlife.org.uk/courses/playlist-for-students/
Playlist for Life has been training healthcare professionals since 2013. The training introduces the concept of personal playlists: an innovative and powerful tool to help care for a person living with dementia.
They train people in the NHS, care homes, home care services, and individual healthcare professionals. The training is now open to students, and is free for the remainder of the academic year.
Full details can be found here: https://www.playlistforlife.org.uk/students/