Paediatric continence training courses, aimed at health and education professionals, covering healthy and complex bladders and bowels, nocturnal enuresis and toilet training children with additional needs.
ERIC has been providing expert training for over 20 years on a range of childhood bowel and bladder issues. Our aim is to ensure all professionals who support children with continence problems receive high quality training so that problems can be identified, treated and managed as early as possible.
Click on the courses below for information on our upcoming training events and to book your place.
In addition to our one-day courses, we also offer bespoke training to meet your specific requirements. Visit our training information page for further details.
More information on our training aimed at parents and early years settings is available on the Potty training: taking control page.
This special interest day for health professionals is located in the South West and aims to promote understanding of a range of bladder conditions, highlight the impact of these conditions on the every day lives of children and provide an update on the current MultiCath trial.Read more
Course, aimed at health and education professionals, looking at how to train children in bowel and bladder control with particular attention given to children with learning difficulties and additional needs. Read more
Course introducing the 'Three Systems' model for understanding bedwetting, with a focus on a child-orientated, evidence-based approach to enuresis treatment.Read more
Includes an introduction to Clean Intermittent Catheterisation, management of indwelling catheters, Mitrofanoff care and bowel washouts via ACE and rectally.
This course is aimed at health care professionals who have attended our Healthy Bladders & Bowels training or who have at least 6 month's experience in the field of paediatric continence.Read more