Contractual Training Services
All our Mental Health training is delivered by trainers who have many years personal and professional experience of working with individuals with a wide range of mental health difficulties. Our Mental Health training is tailored to meet the requirements of our contracted service providers.
If you would like to know more about the Workplace Wellbeing Training we offer, then you can download our latest training brochure here, alternatively you can request a copy via email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are extremely proud to have been awarded all of contractual training work, below is some more information about some of the projects we have delivered training to.
Blue Light Programme
We are very excited to be involved in National Minds Programme to deliver training to Blue Light workers. National Minds research shows that the estimated quarter of a million people who work and volunteer in the emergency services are even more at risk of experiencing a mental health problem than the general population, but are less likely to get support.
Birmingham Mind has been delivering Blue Light resilience training course sessions to emergency service workers across Birmingham, with participants from West Midlands Police, Fire Service and Ambulance service.
Click here to find our more about the Blue Light Programme.
Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
We are very pleased to be working with Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council (SMBC). We have recently delivered ASIST Suicide Prevention training and our one day Mental Health Awareness & Wellbeing training course, as part of our contract with them.
We are also pleased to have recently been awarded (April 2015) a contract to deliver our Mental Health Awareness & Wellbeing Course and also our one day Self Harm training course which we have not previously delivered for the Council. We are very excited to commence this training work.
Birmingham City Council – Community Safety Partnerships
We have recently delivered eight Mental Health First Aid training courses in Birmingham City Centre, that Birmingham City Council contracted us to deliver for local Community Safety Partnerships during February and March 2015 . The participants included Fire Officers, Police Officers, Police Community Support Officers (PCSO’s), Housing Officers, Council officers dealing with Anti-Social Behaviour and a wide range of staff from third sector organisations. We had a great time!