Over 20 years experience of training in the care sector

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Donna Sheldon

Donna Sheldon
Donna Sheldon
Training Consultant
Director at The Well Programme


With extensive experience spanning over 25 years in the early years, social care, and social housing sectors, Donna possesses a wealth of knowledge regarding services, legislation, good practice, and research in working with children and vulnerable adults.

Donna’s expertise extends to designing and delivering training and consultancy services to housing associations, children’s charities, and homelessness charities. Her focus areas include safeguarding, homelessness, domestic abuse, hoarding, trauma, resilience, the Care Act 2014, diversity and inclusion, conflict resolution, and lone working with vulnerable tenants and children. Moreover, Donna actively participates in national projects aimed at disseminating good practice to local authorities, fostering collaboration among social care providers, and sharing valuable resources and innovative approaches for working with children and vulnerable adults.

Driven by a deep passion for improving the lives and emotional well-being of others, Donna is dedicated to addressing the challenging issues that individuals may face. With over 25 years of experience in training, Donna is committed to up-skilling and developing teams who provide support to others. Through thought-provoking and creative training techniques, she inspires teams to achieve the best possible outcomes. Donna has collaborated with various organizations, including housing associations, early years settings, food and homelessness charities, crisis teams, local authorities, and diverse businesses. Her exceptional reputation stems from her ability to craft and deliver high-quality training materials, publications, good practice guidance, and reports.

With Donna Sheldon as the course consultant, participants can expect a transformative learning experience that empowers them to deliver person-centred care, understand the vital role of home carers, and gain comprehensive knowledge about diabetes.