The next training course at CETAL Bucks is now available to book!
Join Adam Thomas for the next one-day training course in the basic principles of accessible kitchen design on 7 February 2017.
This intensive day will cover a step-by-step approach to accessible kitchen design, a demonstration of the new kitchen at CETAL Bucks and a recent case study with a practical exercise. This course is the result of many years of innovation and development, and Adam is an experienced and engaging speaker. He is also an acknowledged expert and thought leader in his field. See Firas and Adam speaking about the CETAL Bucks project in a video in this Blog item.
The target audience for the material in this course is Occupational Therapists of all backgrounds, including students, private OTs and people working in the public sector with responsibility for home adaptations, such as local authority OTs, OT students, health and social care students, grant officers and environmental health officers. Delegates are assumed to have a good working knowledge of the wide variety of impairments that make kitchen adaptations a necessity.
Book your place: Follow this link to the CETAL Bucks bookings portal
More details: Download a PDF brochure giving more information and contact details for queries
Group Bookings: If you would like to bring a group, or register your interest in a future training date, contact CETAL Director Firas Sarhan (pictured below with Adam Thomas) to discuss your requirements on: 07921 236918
What is CETAL Bucks? Follow this link to the CETAL Bucks web site
Who is Adam Thomas? Read more about Adam Thomas and his career here
What does Design Matters do? Follow this link to the accessible pages of the Design Matters web site
Want some literature for your clients? Contact the Design Matters office to order some accessible client packs, or access the PDF for clients interested in accessible kitchens below.