Safeguarding Training Adults and Children - St Mungo's
To provide 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
PIE’s for Carers (Supporters) - Creating a supportive space for you and the person you support - KS2, St Mungo's & Carers Centre, AWP
Creating a supportive space for people with a mental health need & their supporters.
Four sessions run over two Mondays for family & friends who support someone with a mental health need.
The Four sessions; 1. Understanding Mental Health Challenges 2. Relationships – Support people to make changes 3. Relationships – Conflict & Crisis 4. Learning, reflecting & support – Creating more boundaried relationships
Lone Working Training for Volunteers - St Mungo's
Postponed - Dementia Awareness (Dementia Friends Information Session)
Delivered by Dementia Friends, this engaging information session aims to make people more aware of the nature of dementia and the challenges faced by those living with the condition, and their carers.
This is an accessible course suitable for carers, or anyone hoping to develop a greater understanding to help others.
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.