*** ALL COURSES CURRENTLY ONLINE ONLY DUE TO COVID-19***
NB- See further down the page for more info about face to face courses
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Please note due to the need to send materials to you prior to the course – booking early is advised – All courses require a minimum number of bookings to go ahead*
New Dates for 2021
Online Mental Health First Aid – 4 Sessions from date shown
You will also need to put some time aside to do pre-learning prior to the first live session for the Online Mental Health First Aid courses.
Live Sessions are generally delivered via the Online Learning Hub – please check test your technical set up on the link below. If you have any problems or questions please contact me to discuss.
– Sunday Mornings – 11th April – 10:30am-1:30pm
– Friday Mornings – 16th April 9:30am-12:30pm
– Wednesday Evenings – 14th April 6pm-9pm
– Monday Afternoons – 7th June – 1pm-4pm
– Saturday Mornings -12th June – 10am-1pm
– Thursday Evenings – 17th June 6pm-9pm
**New for 2021** Online Mental Health Champion – 2 Sessions from Date Shown
Sessions delivered via Zoom
– Friday Mornings – 19th March- 9am-1pm
– Friday Mornings – 28th May – 9am-1pm
Online Mental Health Aware Half Day
– Monday 15th March 9.00-1.30.pm
Online MHFA Refresher Half Day
– Friday 9th April 9.oo-1pm
– Monday 10th May 1pm-5pm
All courses a range of standard prices – further discounts and ticket options are available for charities / public sector, benefit recipients, low income etc.
Please contact me if you are interested or to enquire about booking a session for your workplace. email@example.com
Face to Face Training – (Position as at Feb 18th 2021)
I will review my position on Face to Face Training dependent upon circumstances – at the moment we are in lockdown.
Face to face courses may technically be possible when lockdown lessens, if we can find rooms large enough for groups to sit socially distanced, and adjust some of the exercises – however it is not the optimal learner experience as a lot of the benefit from face to face courses comes from discussions in small groups at close quarters. There are also liability and risk assessment issues to consider – and the chance that local lockdowns may mean courses can’t go ahead, or individuals cannot attend. It is mainly for this last reason, and the risk of losing room booking fees, that I will not be scheduling any open face to face courses for some time.
As the rollout of the vaccine continues apace (I had my first jab today) I’m hopeful that we will be able to resume more normal practices before long, but I want to make sure I and my delegates are safe, and also those we live with who may still be vulnerable. I recommend the online course to you without hesitation if your staff are able to work in this way – we have had some excellent results and feedback over the last six months and more.
*Courses need a minimum number of attendees for exercises to work – if we do not get sufficient bookings I will let you know and offer a refund or hold your place for a future date.