Mental Health Awareness
Length of course: 1 day
Date of next ourse:
Course trainer: Suzanne Pearson
For participants from a variety of settings and backgrounds to gain a basic awareness of mental health which they can draw upon in their day-to-day work.
(This course links to QCF Unit CMH 301 - Level 3, credit value 3)
This course will place emphasis on the social aspects of mental health including the stigma of mental ill health and the factors that can promote recovery and wellbeing. The perspective of people with lived experience of emotional or mental health problems will be central to the day.
- To recognise the continuum of mental health and who is affected.
- To identify key factors that affect our mental health and wellbeing.
- To consider some of the specific mental health issues linked to gender, age and ethnicity and the impact of stigma.
- To gain insight into the 'hearing voices' experience.
- To clarify services that are available and consider what is helpful for people experiencing stress or mental distress.
Course aimed at:
This popular course is suitable for staff and volunteers from ALL services, Statutory, Voluntary and Independent sector working with Adults and/or Children and Families, who wish to learn more about mental health.
Suzanne Pearson is a registered mental health nurse and a qualified adult trainer with extensive experience of delivering high quality mental health training to a range of participants and organisations.
Venue / location
To be confirmed
Cost of course:
Individuals: £85 (limited concessions available)
In-house: £600 (maximum 18 participants) contact the Training project to discuss on 0117 980 0370 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org