Resources

Health & Social Care Professionals

World Child Cancer are delighted to be able to offer health and social care professionals working within paediatric oncology, in low- and middle-income countries, the Childhood Cancer Psychosocial Support Training Programme.

What does the Programme include?

The Programme consists of 6 workshops, all have been designed with the needs of health and social care professionals in mind. Participants who attend all 6 workshops will receive a WCC certificate, however, as each workshop stands alone, participants can build credits for each workshop they attend and work towards the full certificate over time.

Workshop FAQs


How will the workshops take place?

Workshops will happen online and in person, dependent on level of interest.

How do I access the information?

Clicking on the links above will provide you with key information associated with each workshop and provides a flavour of what you can expect by attending the training.

How long are the workshops?

Workshops vary in duration from one hour to three hours

What do I get from the training?

The training will provide you with:

  • Skills, knowledge, and the confidence to effectively support children with cancer and their families
  • An opportunity to share experiences and learning with colleagues
  • A workbook containing questionnaires and key learning points from each workshop that you attend
  • A full World Child Cancer Psychosocial Support Certificate or credits towards a Certificate.


How do I find out more?

If you are interested in enrolling onto this programme or would like more information, contact the World Child Cancer Psychosocial Support Advisor at: Psychosocialsupport@worldchildcancer.org

Training Videos

Discover More Stories…

Rebecca’s Update 2021

Read more about our catch-up with Rebecca in July 2021 after undergoing cancer treatment through World Child Cancer in Ghana five years ago.

Read more

Tiwo’s story

Five years after developing cancer and two years of treatment later, six-year-old Tiwo is doing well

Read more

Hassan’s story

14-year-old Hassan from the Machinga district of Malawi was diagnosed with Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) last year.

Read more

Franklyn’s Story

Meet Franklyn, now 17, who is fully recovered from cancer and dreams of becoming a doctor to help others

Read more

Rebecca’s Success Story

Rebecca is now able to return to school after undergoing cancer treatment through World Child Cancer in Ghana

Read more

My road to recovery

Prince went on to become a childhood cancer advocate and help many other children just like him when he recovered from leukaemia. Read More

Read more

Estaphanie is excited to start university!

Meet Estaphanie, who is excited to start university after being forced to take time out of school following a cancer diagnosis

Read more

Meet Bulu

Bulu is looking forward to following in his brother’s footsteps getting back on the football field

Read more

Meet Oscar

Oscar was six years old when his mother noticed a swelling on his tummy and took him to a traditional village doctor

Read more
Will you join us?

Together we can close the gap in childhood cancer care.

DONATE

Fill out the form to download the taster session


    Fill out the form to download the taster session


      Fill out the form to download the taster session


        Fill out the form to download the taster session


          Fill out the form to download the taster session


            Fill out the form to download the taster session


              Fill out the form to download the taster session


                Fill out the form to download the taster session


                  Fill out the form to download the taster session