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Mental Health Awareness Training, 11th & 12th November 2020

By admin July 14, 2020

AEGIS is delighted to be working with Rachel Ewan, CEO and Founder of Mental Health & Wellbeing Training Ltd to deliver mental health training for those working with international students. The training will be aimed at guardians and school staff.

Trainers

Rachel Ewan: Registered Mental Health Nurse with a BSc in Mental Health Studies from King’s College London. 20 years’ experience working within the NHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) and now runs her own private practice. Has a PGCE and is completing an MSc in Positive Psychology from University of East London.

Anthony Sigrist: Former police Sergeant having served in the Metropolitan Police for nearly 20 years. With lived experience he founded and was the inaugural chair of the Metropolitan Police mental health support network. He is the founder of Talking FreEly a community interest company which raises mental health awareness in Cambridgeshire.

Testimonials

“Rachel has regularly delivered mental health training to both staff and students at Saint Andrews College, Cambridge. Her relaxed, engaging and professional teaching style result in a captive audience who are eager to learn what can times be a difficult subject matter. The relaxed atmosphere in the classroom encourages everyone, regardless of level of knowledge to feel comfortable enough to interact and ask questions. A perfect learning environment.” David McEwan, Cox Head of Pastoral Care, St. Andrews International College Cambridge

“I recently attended a mental health training course run by Rachel which was extremely informative and fulfilling. Rachel has a warm and relaxed manner which coupled with her vast experience meant it was easy to learn and discuss topics. Thanks to Rachel’s training I’ve been able to implement new systems in school and raise awareness amongst children, staff and parents of the importance of supporting our children’s mental health and emotional wellbeing. I would highly recommend.”   Anna Hewitt, Wellbeing Coordinator, Upton House School

When?

The training will be delivered over two mornings: Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th November 2020, 09.00 – 12.30

This interactive, live training will be delivered via Zoom.

What will the training cover?

The Mental Health Awareness online training will enable you to:

  • Understand what makes some young people at greater risk of developing mental health problems
  • Identify ways to increase resilience in children and young people
  • Feel confident in identifying symptoms of depression, anxiety and self-harm
  • Know what to say and do and common mistakes that are unhelpful
  • Be aware of how and where to access support and information, including practical crisis management
  • Have a knowledge of WHO international mental health guidelines and recommendations

Delegates will receive a certificate on completion of the training.

Fee

Member: £120
Non Member: £145

Interested?

We’d love to hear from you.
Please email info@aegisuk.net to register your place. We will then issue an invoice and send you the meeting code to join the webinar.