Are you a professional looking for accredited training? Do you want to know about partnering with us? With limited sleep support services, the following information and resources will hopefully provide useful advice and guidance to those who you work with who are not sleeping well.

Training packages

Whether you’re NHS staff – doctors, nurses and health visitors – or other health professionals, teachers, social workers and family support workers, we offer a range of accredited sleep training courses related through our new online training hub. 

Lecturing/Conference speaking

Looking for a speaker at an event, conference or for a webinar? We have a number of highly qualified, inspiring and engaging speakers who can talk on a wide range of subjects related to sleep.


Partnerships are important to us in understanding more about sleep and its impacts, spreading key messages and achieving common goals.

Volunteer training

Our volunteer network is integral to the work we do and supports us in a number of ways, helping to spread the message about sleep support.

Commissioning Services

Our services can be bought in by local clinical commissioning groups to offer support to families on a one to one basis, primarily through behavioural and cognitive intervention.


Sleeping difficulties can arise due to physical, mental and social changes taking place in a teenager’s life. The pressures of school, social activities, and a host of emotions can make it difficult to relax.