1 in 4 people have experienced mental health problems at some stage in their lives. Previously delivered as part of the Fortis Mental Health project with Medway Council, this programme is designed for people who experience mild/moderate mental health. This wellbeing programme is made up of five support sessions, each designed to provide you with awareness and skills to lead you towards greater mindfulness and more balanced perspectives.
Understanding the impact of change is both complex for ourselves and when supporting a team or service users. The first part of this workshop will provide you with the fundamental skills and techniques to manage change and transition, both in work and for your personal life. In the after-noon, we will explore how your communication style can impact others. This is an inspiring day whereby you will learn strategies to support your change and transition, and will get you moving in a new and positive direction.
This one day course will enable you to increase the benefits of your volunteer programme. You will be able to review your organisation’s existing practice in managing volunteers, identify and consolidate areas of positive practice and identify and consider ways to manage areas of potential risk.
The course will look at stress from the point of view of a 1st Aid approach to stress. i.e. Recognise the condition by identifying the signs and symptoms, treat the condition using various items from a “1st aid kit” of strategies & techniques and know when to seek further help
An introduction to time management encouraging participants to stop and reflect about how they function, operate and make best use of their day. Participants will understand what hinders them making the best use of their time. It will provide guidance and advice in respect of planning. The course is supported by a number of exercises and videos to provide the best learning opportunities.
This two part course gives an introduction to Autism and enables learners to feel more confident in working with or supporting people on the Autistic Spectrum. Courses will be of particular interest to parents, carers, voluntary sector, education providers and support staff, employers and those responsible for developing policies for a fully inclusive environment.