CuddleCot and CuddleBlanket Training

With your purchase of a CuddleCot or CuddleBlanket, we can provide full product training.

Training is recommended via our Cascade Training for those who will be responsible for the CuddleCot and this will enable them to disseminate training.

We also host a monthly CuddleCot Clinic, held online, on the first Wednesday of every month at 2pm GMT.

The CuddleCot Clinic is ideal for anyone wishing to train specifically on the CuddleCot or to be used as a refresher.

Steph Wild delivering CuddleCot Training California

CuddleCot and CuddleBlanket Group Training

If you're based within the UK and have training requirements on the CuddleCot or CuddleBlanket for a group of more than 10 staff, we can facilitate face-to-face training with our Customer Service Advisor.

CuddleCot and CuddleBlanket Group Training
CuddleCot Training - Memory Making Workshop

Training Videos

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CuddleCot Face to Face Study Days

Face-to-Face Study Days

Including Memory-Making Workshops

CuddleBlanket Training

Product Training

CuddleCot & CuddleBlanket

CuddleCot Cascade Training

Cascade Training

Coming soon...

Amazing study day. I learned so much and exceeded my expectations greatly. I feel more confident in my ability to support those dealing with bereavement and I'm keen to find a placement with a bereavement midwife.

I found the session very informative and I am grateful not only for the learning but for the exposure to the subject matter and the reality of seeing these babies and role-playing with dolls before seeing them for real on placement. I now feel more emotionally prepared and empowered with knowledge.

Today’s bereavement study day has opened up my eyes more to how empathy and sympathy are quite different and the experience of losing a baby can be hard but with the right support, we can provide a photo shoot for the mum, along with foot and hand prints. Today was a learning experience for me.

I thought the interactive emergencies were really useful and the chance to do the memory-making workshop. I’ve also enjoyed learning more about post-mortems so I can explain them better to families.