Mental Health Awareness Course

Course Provider: Salvation Army

Course Outline
This is a 2 day residential course aimed at those staff and volunteer members of Constituent Charities such as caseworkers and Port Chaplains that work directly with people that may be affected by mental health issues.

Course Aim
The course is not intended to give people the skills to diagnose, rather an awareness and understanding of people who live with mental health issues.

Course Objectives
The course is not intended to give people the skills to diagnose, rather an awareness and understanding of people who live with mental health issues.
 
Within each topic you will look at:
 
  • what it is
  • why does it occur
  • precipitating factors
  • perpetuating factors
  • how to help and how not to help

Course Programme

Course Specific Booking Form

Course Date 2017
  • 18th to 20th October 2017
    William Booth College, London
     
Course Logistics
The course is a residential course held at the William Booth College in London.  Accommodation is booked for you at the college by the Board.  Breakfast is provided for each night’s accommodation that is booked. Please note that the course starts at 5pm on day 1 and finishes at 3.30pm on day 3.

Course Funding
  • The Board will cover all course fees
  • The Board will cover all accommodation costs (Constituent Member delegates only)
  • The Board will fund up to £20 per person, per day for dinner (Constituent Member delegates only)
  • The Board will reimburse reasonable travel costs (Constituent Member delegates only)
For further information please contact Katherine Pegrum, Training  Manager on 02380 337799 or via e-mail  training@mnwb.org.uk
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