Letting us know who you would like to train helps us tailor our content to their needs so they get the most out of their learning experience. We can deliver modules that are relevant to all staff in your organisation, specific teams and managers. We also offer Mental Health First Aid training for staff taking up that role within their organisation.
Please complete the steps below to send us your training choices.
Step 1. Choose your training topics
Please note: all of the modules below last one hour and are delivered online. We can also offer face-to-face training if sessions are combined to make three or more hours.
Please select the training topics you are interested in. You can check as many as you like and you can select topics from multiple groups (All Staff, Teams and Managers).
The most important question to consider when picking your training topic(s) is ‘what would you like the training to achieve?’ Each of our modules are one hour in duration and are designed around a range of learning outcomes that enable your people to carry their learning forward beyond the training itself. We recommend starting with our core module and building your own personalised ‘training toolkit’ from there.
To select the training you are interested in, open the menu of modules by clicking the + sign and then click on the + sign again to open up more information about that module and check the select training box. You can pick and mix from all three areas depending on your needs.
Once you have selected your choices, these will automatically feed into the form at the bottom of the page. This means that once you’ve filled in your details and submitted your form, our trainer will know exactly what modules you are interested in.
Introduction to mental health and wellbeing (Core Module for All Staff)
Participants understand the mental health continuum and are introduced to the 5 Ways to Wellbeing through doing.
Recognising and Reducing Stress
Participants learn how to spot their red flags for stress in response to different situations and identify some ‘in the moment’ coping techniques.
Identifying signs and symptoms of mental health problems
Participants are introduced to the signs and symptoms of a range of mental health problems and unpack some lived experience case studies.
Challenging mental health stigma
Participants explore the impact of mental health stigma and how to practice small steps in challenging stigma and discrimination.
Talking about suicide
Participants understand the importance of talking about suicide and how ‘small talk can save lives’ as well as where to access support for themselves and others.
Navigating and responding to change
Participants explore their relationship and response to change and practice some powerful techniques for coping in a changeable environment.
Building resilient thinking habits
Participants understand the interconnectedness of our thoughts, feelings and behaviours and learn how to reframe unhelpful thinking habits.
Participants learn the importance of self-kindness and the importance of being your own friend and cheerleader during challenging times.
Forming and maintaining healthy wellbeing habits
Participants understand the science behind habit forming and explore how to embed wellbeing tools and techniques on an ongoing basis.
Boosting confidence and self esteem
Participants understand where confidence comes from and some simple practical steps to boost confidence and raise self-esteem.
Practising mindfulness techniques
Participants are introduced to some simple mindfulness techniques and practice using them to promote relaxation.
Building motivation through small wins
Participants understand the power of celebrating ‘small wins’ for building motivation and the importance of being your own cheerleader.
Balancing energy and prioritising relaxing
Participants are introduced to the exhaustion funnel and the energy balancing scales and explore ways to make time for rest and relaxing.
Developing healthy sleeping habits
Participants understand the science behind sleep and how we can develop healthy sleep habits to improve our sleep quantity and quality.
- Introduction to mental health and wellbeing (Core Module for All Staff)
Understanding conflict in teams
Participants are introduced to the TKI Instrument of conflict resolution as a tool to understand their natural response to conflict and how to flex their style within the team.
Dealing with conflict in teams
Participants are introduced to the 3 Rs of dealing with conflict and a range of tools and techniques to help deal with situations involving conflict.
Mentally healthy teams (Core Module for teams)
Participants are introduced to Tuckman’s team development model (forming, storming, norming, performing) and explore the characteristics of a mentally healthy team.
Developing your Wellness Action Plan
Participants understand the value of developing an (individual) Wellness Action Plan to support their mental health and wellbeing at work.
Developing a Team Wellness Action Plan
Participants develop a team Wellness Action Plan to support the teams’ mental health and wellbeing on an ongoing basis.
Practising active listening
Participants understand the importance of active listening in teams and draw from a range of scenarios to develop their listening skills.
- Understanding conflict in teams
Setting boundaries and prioritising self-care
Line Managers understand the importance of setting and implementing clear boundaries and how to look after their own wellbeing as a manager.
Using Wellness Action Plans to facilitate conversations about mental health and wellbeing
Line Managers explore the value of Wellness Action Plans as a tool to support team members to manage their wellbeing at work.
Exploring the line manager role (Core Module for Managers)
Line Managers unpack the similarities and differences between their role pre, during and post Covid-19 and explore the continuum of support.
Handling difficult conversations
Line Managers learn tools and techniques to handle difficult conversations and have the opportunity to practice specific scenarios.
Adapting to ongoing change
Line Managers consider how to respond to ongoing changing circumstances and plan strategies to maintain ongoing support.
Managing the return to work process
Line Managers unpack the implications of managing the return to work process and discuss some person-centred scenarios.
- Setting boundaries and prioritising self-care
Step 2. Choose your delivery method
During the Covid-19 pandemic we have moved quickly to adapt all our face to face training to an online context so we are now able to offer all our sessions via Zoom or a Covid-secure training venue of your choice.
Face-to-face training is delivered on a half day (3 modules) or full day (6 modules) basis.
Online training is delivered through a weekly workshop series format, through your choice of 3, 6, 9 or 12 x 1 hour modules. Please make sure you have downloaded Zoom to your computer and set up an account prior to your training.
Step 3. Send your choices to us
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