Connect 5 Training

Futures Hub, Bath City College, Bath

01761438852
philippa@creativityworks.org.uk
http://www.creativityworks.org.uk/what-we-do/cocreate/

Tuesday 16 October 2018
12 - 5pm
Booking essential
Email Philippa Forsey

The Connect 5 Programme is an accessible, evidenced based training that is relevant to the whole of the public facing workforce. It provides participants with skills and competencies that build confidence in having conversations about mental health and wellbeing. This is s ession 1 of 3.

It presents tools to empower others to take proactive steps to build resilience and look after themselves. 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.

What will it cover?

Develop your core understanding of mental health, mental wellbeing and how to signpost to local services and resources that will enable individuals to help themselves.

Who is it for:

This session is aimed at volunteers and artists and anyone with an interest in improving mental wellbeing; anyone whose role involves interaction with the public; anyone who has the opportunity to give brief wellbeing advice.

The course is accredited by the Royal Society of Public Health and courses are delivered by a range of local accredited trainers. It is a modular course with up to 3 sessions available, how many sessions you cover will depend on your role.

Connect 5 complements other training including Making Every Contact Count (MECC)

To Book contact: philippa@creativityworks.org.uk

 

 

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