As part of the workforce development initiative being run by Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council and Humankind charity.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists has disclosed that people with no history of mental illness are developing serious psychological problems for the first time as a result of the lockdown, amid growing stresses over isolation, job insecurity, relationship breakdown and bereavement. With these finding in mind and as we all slowly start to return back to work and the restrictions on lockdown being lifted, now is the perfect time to ensure you have a greater understanding of mental health issues.
I have a commitment to deliver training in mental health early intervention for low level mental/emotional resilience grounded in early support and building community resilience. This mental health early intervention course will help you recognise the common low-level mental health issues that can affect people and will help you decide on the appropriate action to take to assist in their recovery. This course will help you improve your own personal mental health and increase your awareness of the people around you.
During these unprecedented times, we have moved the mental health training online, and I would like to invite you to take part in our Zoom online training sessions. All you need is an internet connection and a PC with a webcam, speakers and a mic. Each session lasts around 90 minutes and you will also receive a certificate of attendance on completion.
I’m looking to hold the web sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 and then again at 14:00, however, I can offer more conveniently timed sessions for groups of people (4 or above) please mention this when you enquire.
So please contact me by e-mail and I will set up a time and send you an invite for the training session: email@example.com
Please contact for further details.
Contact name: Richard Snaith
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Role: Workforce Development Trainer
Phone number: 01226 704090
Mobile number:07894 462326
Published: 11 June 2020