Upcoming training at Harmless

A big hello from the Training Team at Harmless. We have been extremely busy getting ready for our first national annual conference ‘From Harm to Hope’ Are you coming along? If not and you would like to, it’s not too late to book a space! Places are charged at £150 per delegate or why not take advantage of our special offer where 2 people can attend for £200. You will have to be quick though because spaces are selling fast. Taking place on 1st March at Nottingham Conference Centre. Secure your place now by emailing jack@harmless.org.uk for a booking form.

Anyway, while we have been very busy with the conference, we have found time to make sure we have lots of valuable training days booked in over the upcoming months.

We are going to be delivering a range of training such as our own general self harm, CPD accredited training, Mental Health workshops, commissioned by Nottingham City Council and CCG, ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) MHFA (Mental Health First Aid) and MHFALite (Mental Health First Aid Lite)

The upcoming dates we have and prices for each session are as follows;

ASIST – Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

£150 per delegate

30th and 31st March 2016 9:00am – 5:00pm

MHFA (Mental Health First Aid)

£120 per delegate

4th and 5th April 2016 9:30am – 5:00pm

General introduction self harm training

£80 per delegate

6th April 2016 9:30am – 4:30pm

MHFALite (Mental Health First Aid Lite)

£50 per delegate

5th May 2016 1:00pm – 4:00pm

 

Each delivery will take place in our specially allocated training room and delivered by experienced trainers, with extensive knowledge of self harm, suicide awareness and mental health.

Our upcoming mental health workshops (FREE to those that live or work in Nottingham City only) include;

Tuesday 15th March 2016

MHFALite 1:00pm -4:00pm

MHFALite is an introductory mental health awareness course. You’ll receive a MHFALite manual that you can take away with you at the end of the session and also an attendance certificate from MHFA England

Wednesday 16th March 2016

Mental Health in the Workplace – Managers training 9:30pm – 1:00pm

This course will examine how practical support can be provided to create m environment that is healthy for staff and promote interventions to raise awareness.

Want to know what others thought of our training, here is some feedback from some of the delegates that have attended……

“As a result of attending the ASIST Suicide prevention course I feel I would be considerably better prepared to provide an initial response to someone who was considering ending their life. The model used in this course provides a clear framework to helping someone in this situation in a way that flows like a natural conversation. As a mental health lead for my organisation I would say anyone in a frontline public service would benefit from this course”

ASIST

‘The trainer touching on her own experiences made me see situations a lot clearer’

General self harm

‘Excellent training. Open, honest and interactive! Incorporating real life and experiences to help understanding’

General self harm

‘This training has helped me to see that talking honestly and openly about suicide is vital when helping people and that it isn’t something we should be afraid of’

MHFA

‘This was, without a doubt, the most engaging, informed, well presented session I have ever attended, delivered by someone, brutal with the truth and able to hold the room captivated. If all lectures were like this, I would find a new job attending lectures!!’

General self harm

‘Good to have the chance to talk about the impact on us as professionals, as well as focusing on the student.’

General self harm

‘I feel a lot more confident in the support I will offer to people with mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety and psychosis after having attended the 2 day training. Very informative and insightful.’

MHFA

To book on any of the courses listed above or to find out more information contact Sophie Allen (Training Co-ordinator) on Sophie@harmless.org.uk or training@harmless.org.uk or call the team on 0115 934 8445

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