Training

As part of our Mental Health and Wellbeing Policy, we have created a resource which highlights training available for staff at baseline and informed level.  As training opens up and new offers become available, the resource will be updated.  To access, click here.  

Training offers include:

  • What’s the Harm
  • START, safeTALK and ASIST
  • CEOP Delegate Training
  • info regarding the new Scottish Government Mental Health and Wellbeing Professional Learning Resource

….and so much more!


As training begins to open up, we will be releasing dates through the HWB newsletters.  Our colleagues from Choose Life are promoting a new Living Works e-learning course – START.  Click here to find out more.  The picture below will show you the progression of skills through START, safeTALK and ASIST.


The NHSGGC are offering a full suite of mental health training along with e-learning opportunities.


Douglas Johnston (United to Prevent Suicide Service Coordinator) has been delivering bespoke info sessions focussing on our referral themes to The-Exchange.

Thank you to all who were able to attend. 


If you are interested in e-learning around suicide, the NHS offer a short course – Suicide Let’s Talk.  This will offer you a useful approach to talking about suicide and signposting people to professional help.


Place2Be are currently offering a free 5 week online course developed from their work in schools to enhance professionals’ understanding of children’s mental health and introduce approaches that foster positive wellbeing in schools and communities. Click here to see dates for January 2022.


This page will be updated with any training opportunities available to Renfrewshire Council staff.   For further information, contact Fiona Hewitt (fiona.hewitt@renfrewshire.gov.uk)

 

 

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