Role Play Training

Role Play Training

What is it?

Actors with a range of learning and developmental disabilities role play with your staff in one to one scenarios, using tailored scripts. We can supply actors with a playing age of 16 up to 50’s.

Scalable from ½ day upwards, delivered at your location.

Training medical students at Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend. 

 

"This teaching offers students a fantastic opportunity to role play and speak directly with adults with learning disabilities. This has had the benefit of developing the students communication skills and confidence in a supportive learning environment, in readiness for working on clinical placements across Wales."

Lead for Clinical Assessments & Communications Skills, Cardiff University School of Medicine

Package includes:

  • Rehearsing and preparing our actors for delivering bespoke role play scripts;
  • Supporting our actors on the day;
  • One on one role play with trained actors;
  • Constructive feedback provided by our actors;
    Optional support to develop scripts.

Benefits:

  • A safe environment to practice interacting with actors who have Down’s Syndrome, Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and a range of other learning disabilities;

  • You can request the number of actors you need from our database of 60+ trained actors from hijinxactors.co.uk

Contact Us

To discuss how Hijinx Training can help you improve your customer service skills, tailor your bespoke package and discuss rates, please contact Vanessa Morse on 02920 635626 or email vanessa.morse@hijinx.co.uk

 

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