Following the award of funding from the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust to continue to develop the ‘Lifting the Lid’ campaign, we are now able to provide Mental Health (MH) training across staff, volunteers and RMA members.
The courses we have chosen are approved MH courses and are delivered by two organisations; IED Solutions and Moor Mindful both of which have strong connections to the Corps and excellent knowledge of our Corps Family and importantly the Charity.
These courses are designed to raise awareness of Mental Health issues, help to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness and to help spot the signs and symptoms when someone is becoming unwell.
All courses are delivered online, and the next available courses are:
|Mental Health Awareness||6th July 2021||4 hours||16 Places||IED Solutions|
|Mental Health Champion||14th July 2021||1 day||10 Places||IED Solutions|
|Mental Health Awareness||17th Aug 2021||4 hours||16 Places||IED Solutions|
|Mental Health Champion||7th Sept 2021||1 day||10 Places||Moor Mindful|
Course Syllabus – MH Champion – 1 Day
- An understanding of common mental health issues
- Knowledge and confidence to advocate for mental health awareness
- Ability to spot signs of mental ill health
- Skills to support positive wellbeing
Course syllabus – MH Awareness – 4 hours
- What is First Aid for Mental Health?
- Identifying mental health conditions
- Providing advice and starting a conversation
- Mental health conditions
The training is open to RM Support Network Volunteers and all members of the RMA. If you are interested in attending any of these excellent and useful courses, please email Sue Holloway (Health & Wellbeing Team, Casework Manager), email@example.com with the following:
- Date and title of course
- Name you wish to appear on your certificate
- Email address for e-workbook to be sent
Once received Sue will email you in reply to confirm that you have secured a place. Joining instructions will be sent out direct from the training provider closer to the course date.
Please note you will require a robust internet connection and access to a computer with a camera to undertake this training.