Courses

Workplace Mental Health Masterclass

£ 150

Currently on hold due to COVID-19 restrictions

This CPD UK accredited mental health awareness training event has been designed to inform and empower leaders and managers to develop mentally healthy workplaces.

This face to face mental health awareness training is delivered by medical doctors who specialised as consultant psychiatrists. It is recommended for employers and employees who have management responsibility for their colleagues and who are most likely to be able to identify mental health problems at an early stage.

Learning Objectives

  • Increase understanding in relation to the human, business and legal case for action
  • Consider and reflect on the role employers can play when it comes to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of employees
  • Promote mental health and wellbeing in the workplace
  • Consider ways in which employee mental health and wellbeing can be monitored
  • Increase understanding with regards to how mental health problems can be prevented
  • Raise awareness and increase detection of work-related stress and common mental health problems
  • Increase knowledge to support early intervention
  • Provide information relevant to emergency management
  • Offer pragmatic guidance with regards to how recovery can be supported

We recommend this training is completed every three years.

*** Due to COVID-19 restrictions, delivery of this training event is currently on hold* **

Education Advanced Masterclass

£ 185

Currently on hold due to COVID-19 restrictions

This CPD UK accredited mental health awareness training event has been designed for those working in the education sector who hold a position of responsibility relevant to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of pupils, students and staff; safeguarding children; and implementing development plans and policies.

This intensive, fast paced, face to face, mental health awareness training is delivered by medical doctors who specialised as consultant psychiatrists over the course of a full day.

Learning Objectives

This masterclass offers . . . * An essential level of information regarding child development * Practical advice on promoting positive mental health and wellbeing and implementing strategies aimed at preventing mental health problems from developing * Helpful information to allow recognition of risk factors and early warning signs that may indicate the presence of mental health problems * Relevant information to increase understanding of mental health disorders that can commonly affect children and young people * Pragmatic advice for prevention and early intervention strategies that can be implemented at school, at home, and in the community * Sensible and realistic information regarding the management of emergency and non-emergency presentations so that concerns regarding mental health problems can be appropriately addressed * Information to encourage positive environments and cultures that allow mental health problems to be talked about, stigma to be reduced, and positive mental health and wellbeing to be promoted

We recommend this training is completed every three years.

The cost includes refreshments, lunch and supporting material.

Discounted rates are available for bulk purchase and in-house delivery.

For more information or to arrange booking please email us at training@teammentalhealth.co.uk

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, delivery of this training event is currently on hold

Free Resource: A Guide to Homeworking through and beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic

£ 0

This FREE resource was produced as part of our response to the COVID-19 pandemic and is designed to support employers and employees working from home to protect and look after their mental health.

As part of their response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the government issued guidance which stated that “employers should take every possible step to facilitate their employees working from home” (Cabinet Office, 2020).

For many, working from home has presented many challenges. We know that homeworking itself can cause work-related stress and affect people’s mental health. (HSE, 2020)

“Whether you are a small business or a large corporation, the law requires all employers to assess the risk of work-related stress and put steps in place to tackle those risks, either by removing the risk or reducing it as far as reasonably practicable, as per Regulation 3 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999” (Buckley et al, 2020).

It is now more important than ever to review risk assessments, which would include homeworking and the risks associated with the same, such as work-related stress. (Buckley et al, 2020)

Whilst there is a responsibility on employers, employees also have a duty to take reasonable care of their own health and safety. (BITC, 2018)

We must not lose sight of what we must also do to protect ourselves and others mentally.

We hope you can use this guide to take positive action.

Mental health really is everyone’s business!

Free Resource: TMH Toolkit

£ 0

This FREE CPD UK accredited learning module provides a basic introduction for professionals, parents & carers wanting to learn about the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.

Presented in a unique, understandable and accessible way, this video is compact, concise and delivers key messages. A taster for those who want to begin to understand more about mental health!

Learning Objectives

    * To increase understanding of prevention, detection and early intervention of mental health problems in children and young people * To reduce stigma associated with mental health problems faced by children and young people * To raise awareness of anxiety, depression, self-harm and suicide and the risk factors associated with these disorders * To educate about the features of these disorders, the early warning signs, and accessing help for children and young people

You can watch this video as many times as you need. We recommend that you formally refresh your knowledge every 12 months.

Education Foundation Online Module

£ 15

This online CPD UK accredited mental health awareness module has been designed for anyone working in the education sector who has any contact, even limited, with children, young people and their families.

This mental health awareness module is recommended for those working in a supportive role within the areas of administration, facilities management, lunchtime supervision or those working in a voluntary capacity.

Learning Objectives

  • To increase understanding of prevention, detection and early intervention of mental health problems in children and young people
  • To reduce stigma associated with mental health problems faced by children and young people
  • To raise awareness of anxiety, depression, self-harm and suicide and the risk factors associated with these disorders
  • To increase understanding of eating disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum condition (ASC), conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder and challenging behaviours in school
  • To educate about the features of these disorders, the early warning signs, emergency management and accessing help for children and young people

We recommend this module is completed every two years.

Mental Health is Everyone's Business PDF

£ 15

This mental health framework can be used to inform the development of a meaningful workplace mental health and wellbeing strategy. It can also be used as a helpful reference pint to support reflective practice.

This PDF document is provided to all individuals attending Team Mental Health's Masterclass training or can be purchased as a stand alone document.

Following an independent review, it has been recommended that all employers, regardless of size or industry, should adopt the 'mental health core standards'. Our unique model detailed in this frame work is designed to increase understanding so that you and your organisation can:

  • Promote positive mental health in yourself and others
  • Prevent mental ill health from developing
  • Detect signs of mental health problems early
  • Intervene early and signpost to ensure the right support
  • Support recovery for those experiencing difficulties

Education Intermediate Online Module

£ 25

This online CPD UK accredited mental health awareness module has been designed for anyone working in the education sector who has regular contact with children, young people and their families.

This mental health awareness module is recommended for teachers and teaching assistants.

There is NO need to complete the Education Foundation Online Module in advance of completing this training.

Learning Objectives

  • To increase understanding of prevention, detection and early intervention of mental health problems in children and young people
  • To reduce stigma associated with mental health problems faced by children and young people
  • To raise awareness of anxiety, depression, self-harm and suicide and the risk factors associated with these disorders
  • To increase understanding of eating disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum condition (ASC), conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder and challenging behaviours in school
  • To educate about the features of these disorders, the early warning signs, emergency management and accessing help for children and young people
  • To provide relevant information regarding what action to take to ensure a child or young person with a mental health problem receives the right support at the right time.

We recommend this module is completed every two years.

Workplace Foundation Online Mental Health Awareness UK

£ 25

CPD UK accredited online mental health awareness training and accompanying PDF document to support learning and reflection.

Workplace Foundation Online Module: This CPD UK accredited mental health awareness e-learning module has been designed to inform and empower people in all sectors of employment across the UK to look after and protect their mental health and wellbeing. It is recommended for all employees and those working in a voluntary capacity.

Learning Objectives:

  • To increase understanding of prevention, promotion, detection, early intervention and supporting recovery of mental health problems.
  • To reduce stigma associated with mental health problems.
  • To support the development of mental health strategies within the workplace.
  • To increase awareness of positive and negative coping mechanisms including substance misuse.
  • To raise awareness of work related stress, anxiety, depression, self-harm, suicide and the risk and protective factors associated with these.
  • To provide information and increase awareness on how to access appropriate support and intervention, including emergency management.

Mental Health is Everyone's Business PDF: This PDF document has been designed to support learning and reflection following completion of the Workplace Foundation Online Module.