Online Connect 5 (Session 1) Mental Health & Wellbeing Conversations - St Mungo's
Delivered via Zoom. Connect 5 takes the position that we don’t need to be mental health specialists to support those who are experiencing emotional and mental health problems. Attendees have the option to sign up to session 2 and 3 in the future.
Connect 5 promotes a whole-person approach to mental health and wellbeing. Devised by Public Health England it forms a key part of the national mental health.
The ultimate aim of applying the knowledge and tools contained within Connect 5 is to break cycles of spiraling negativity early and start cycles of positive thought, feeling and experience instead.
Online Safeguarding - Adults and Children - St Mungo's
Delivered Via Zoom. This training provides volunteers with a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities in preventing and responding to suspected and actual abuse
What is abuse, what are the signs of abuse, what should you do if you think someone is at risk?
This core training that every volunteer should receive.
Provided by St Mungo's
Online Boundaries Training - St Mungo's
Delivered Via Zoom.
At the end of the half day course you will understand what boundaries need to be in place when working as a volunteer and you will be clear about how having boundaries in place will help to keep both you and the people you support safe.
Provided by St Mungo's
Trust in Trustees - BeOnBoard & 3SG
Mental Health for Carers - KS2 & St Mungo's
This training aims to help family and friends supporting a loved one with lived experience of mental health problems, further developing understanding and approaches, to create the best possible environment that supports everyone’s emotional and mental wellbeing.
Supporters who come on the course have usually been caring for over year and are looking to enhance the way they provide support. The training consists of four sessions of 2 hours for family and friends who support someone with a mental health need.
Introduction to Supporting People with Mental Health Needs - St Mungo's
Learning aims for the session:
• Introduce the concept mental health and wellbeing.
• Discuss how to recognise psychological distress and our reaction to it.
• Be more confident to know what to do to help someone in psychological distress.
• Discuss ways to look after yourself in your work.
The training courses listed are managed through the BANES Wellbeing College. When you register interest in any of these courses, be aware that your personal details will be passed to the staff at the BANES Wellbeing College. If you are not comfortable with that, please do not register for any of these courses.
You must be aged 16 or over to participate in any of the courses listed.