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9 events

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Art & Culture Conference Launch Online / Virtual Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

CoG Training

*****Please note this course will run on Friday 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th February 2021 at 9:30am - 1:00pm. You must attend all days to obtain the award***** Course Overview Did you know 1 in 4 people in the UK are likely to experience mental health problems each year? Mental health is just as important as physical health, yet whilst we know how to take care of our own physical health, many people do not know how to support relatives, friends and even colleagues who are experiencing poor mental health. By developing a greater understanding of common mental health issues, as well as how best to support and guide someone to professional help, you can help further reduce the stigma associated with mental health in the UK. The QA Level 3 Award in Mental Health First Aid in the Workplace (RQF) is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification that has been specifically designed for those who would like to raise their awareness of mental health, develop an understanding on how best to support, reassure and signpost colleagues to professional support. What’s more, candidates will develop the knowledge, skills an confidence to actively promote positive mental health within their workplace, making it an ideal qualification for mental health champions/first aiders, human resources, managers, supervisors and team leaders. What's Covered Understanding mental health and its importance - The roles and responsibilities for mental health in the workplace - Importance of own wellbeing as a mental health first aider - Common mental health conditions, including: o Characteristics and features o Work-related stress o Anxiety o Eating disorders o Depression o Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) o Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) o Phobias o Bipolar o Self-harm o Psychosis o Suicide - Promoting positive mental health first aid in the workplace o Best practice for employers o Mental health first aid at work action plan o Appropriate coping strategies - How employers can provide support to employees in the workplace o Assisting those off work or returning to work - Procedures to support employees who are off work whilst experiencing poor mental health - Types of support available both locally and nationally
Dates:
05 - 26 February 2021
Belfast
Event
Informal Meetup Online / Virtual

Vegetarian for Life

Join V for Life's virtual lunch club, running monthly on the 4th Tuesday of every month. Each month you'll be given recipes in advance, buy your ingredients and cook the dishes on the day ready for the Zoom chat at 1pm. Talk cookery, recipes and more, and meet likeminded people from across the UK. Open to vegetarians, vegans and meat reducers aged 65 and over. Email [email protected] to find out more, or to book your place and get the Zoom link and password. Or call the VfL office on 0161 257 0887.
Dates:
23 February 2021 23 March 2021 27 April 2021 25 May 2021 22 June 2021
Manchester
Event
Informal Meetup Online / Virtual Training/Advice Workshop

Linking Generations Northern Ireland

A virtual community network meet-up to support the growth of intergenerational connections within the Lisburn & Castlereagh Area
Dates:
25 February 2021
Newtownards
Event
Informal Meetup Online / Virtual Workshop

Linking Generations Northern Ireland

A virtual community network meet-up to support the growth of intergenerational connections within the Ards & North Down Council Area
Dates:
02 March 2021
Newtownards
Event
Informal Meetup Online / Virtual Workshop

Linking Generations Northern Ireland

A virtual community network meet-up to support the growth of intergenerational connections within the Belfast City Council Area
Dates:
03 March 2021
Newtownards
Event
Art & Culture Conference Online / Virtual Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

CoG Training

Aim of Training: To raise awareness of the potential impact of ACEs on individuals and communities. ***This training is accredited by the Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland and not Ofqual Regulated through Qualsafe.*** Aim of Training: To raise awareness of the potential impact of ACEs on individuals and communities. Objectives: To develop - • An awareness of ACEs and their potential impact on children and adults across the lifespan. • An ability to identify the potential impact of trauma and ACEs on the brain and possible subsequent behaviour. • An awareness of the use of an ACE/trauma sensitive lens. • An awareness of the importance of preventing and mitigating ACEs. • An ability to identify appropriate pathways to support wellbeing for staff, volunteers and service users.
Dates:
15 March 2021
Belfast
Event
Conference Online / Virtual Seminar Workshop

Kith & Kin Financial Wellbeing - Social Enterprise

The conference will be hosted by Wendy Austin MBE, we have 3 speakers to update you on the following areas :- Charles Cotton CIPD - Reward & Performance Advisor - to speak on the benefits for Employers & Employees on Financial Wellbeing. Prof Siobhan O Neill - NI Mental Health Champion - How financial issues affect employees mentally and the impact on the employer. Julie Leonard - Employment Law Solicitor - Edwards & Co - Updating HR on their legal obligations for staff with Financial issues and Duty of Care. You can register for this free event here - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/financial-wellbeing-at-work-conference-t…
Dates:
16 March 2021
Belfast
Event
Art & Culture Conference Launch Online / Virtual Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

CoG Training

Level 2 Developing Trauma Sensitive Approaches to Practice Training Aim of Training: To build on learning from awareness sessions and develop skills that promote a trauma sensitive response Objectives: You will be able to- • State key objectives of ACE and trauma-sensitive training. • Enhance your skills and confidence to use a trauma sensitive LENS in order to support and develop resilience for those you work with. • Identify the impact of secondary and vicarious trauma. • Identify ways in which you can support the health and wellbeing of all staff, including volunteers.
Dates:
16 March 2021
Belfast
Event
Conference Online / Virtual Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

SRH Counselling Services

This workshop aims to explore the psychological dynamics in relationships when one party displays narcissistic tendencies. Familial, friendship and intimate partner relationships will be examined. Exhibitionist, Closet and Malignant narcissism will be explored and how these presentations manifest in relationships. Susan Harvey has been a practising counsellor for 23 years. She has worked with narcissism throughout her career presented as adult children of narcissists, partners and families and clients with a Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Susan is also an experienced supervisor and lecturer.
Dates:
20 March 2021
belfast

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