We offer a number of different training packages that could help you and your organisation.  If you require specific training that isn’t listed, please feel free to contact us to discuss putting together a bespoke package for you.

The training we currently have on offer are:

Reducing Gambling-Related Harm Training

Half the population regularly gamble.

In the UK there are:

  • 430,000 problem gamblers
  • 2m at-risk gamblers
  • 2.5m-4.3m harmed from someone else’s gambling

To tackle gambling-related harm we need a public-health approach working together to help people at risk. We can help you play a role by training frontline staff to spot the signs of gambling-related harm and help people to get the support they need.

The training can be delivered in a variety of ways. Typically via a 3 hour session. This training is free of charge.

Reducing Gambling-Related Harm Training - What We Will Cover: Understand gambling in the current climate Know what harms gambling can cause Identify who is more at risk and how to spot the signs Work with clients affected by gambling-related harm Know what specialist support is available. Please contact us on 01443 409284 or Caitlin.Tempest@carct.org.uk for further information.



We offer FREE Discrimination Awareness Training to staff, volunteers and trustees of all types of organisations across Wales. Our training is aimed at those who want to increase their effectiveness of highlighting and challenging discrimination.

We can offer multiple sessions if this fits your training needs. The training is free of charge, we’d just ask for you to provide an accessible venue(s). The training features activities and discussion and we can reflect the needs and roles within the groups.

Poster for Discrimination Training. Information on poster: What we will cover - Introduction to discrimination awareness Equality act, public sector equality duty and well-being act 2015 Identifiable characteristics Defining equality and diversity Examples of discrimination Practical solutions and available resources. Contact information as below.

Universal Credit Training

With RCT becoming a full Universal Credit service area in November 2018, you need to be sure you are able to advise your clients on any issues relating to UC. Our brand new Universal Credit training can help you gain all the knowledge you need. Our full training on Universal Credit can be taken in one day or you could do a condensed version in half a day.

Poster for the Universal Credit Training. Information on poster is - What we will cover: What is universal credit? Implementation and Claiming, Awards and Appeals, Issues and Rules. Price per 20 delegates is £400 for full day and £200 for half day. Contact information as below.

Debt Training

Aimed at Frontline Advisers, our Debt training provides information about dealing with debts. This session covers the different types of debt, what creditors can do, identifying emergencies, the law on enforcement agents (bailiffs) and debt solutions. The cost of our debt training is availabe on request and lasts 3 hours (with a break).

Debt training poster. Information on poster is: What we will cover: The different types of debts, What creditors can do, Identifying emergencies, The law on enforcement agents (bailiffs) and Debt solutions

Money Skills

Our Money Skills training provides information about managing personal finances and is aimed at the residents of RCT. We cover subjects including how to compile a budget, understanding bills, use of credit and illegal money lending. This is offered throughout Rhondda Cynon Taff and is provided in conjunction with Natwest’s Skills and Opportunities Fund. The training is free of charge and takes one hour  to complete.

Poster for Money Skills training. Information on poster: What we will cover: How to compile a budget, Understanding bills, Use of credit, Illegal money lending. Contact information as below.

For further information or to request a bespoke package, please call our training team on 01443 409284 or alternatively by emailing training@carct.org.uk.