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Thursday 12 September 2019, United Kingdom

Super Educator Conference - School of Health Sciences

The Super Educator Conference is an excellent opportunity for mentors and practitioners working in the School of Health Sciences to network and share best practice. The School of Health Sciences develop mentors and practice placement educators who then guide learners’ through their practice experiences. The event will take place at Brighton University.

Friday 19 July 2019, United Kingdom

ProtectED – Student & Staff Resilience within Higher Education

ProtectED is a not-for-profit enterprise that aims to improve the experiences, wellbeing and safety of students in Higher Education settings. They are holding the second of a series of ProtectED Conversations at UCL in London on 19 July 2019 and encourage academics, professionals and ProtectED members to join them. ProtectED is a not-for-profit enterprise that aims to improve the experiences, wellbeing and safety of students in Higher Education settings. They are holding the second of a series of ProtectED Conversations at UCL in London on 19 July 2019 and encourage academics, professionals and ProtectED members to join them.

Thursday 20 June 2019, United Kingdom

Frontline Network Annual Conference 2019

The Frontline Network Annual Conference 2019 will take place in London on 20 June and will be hosted by charity St Martin-in-the-Fields. The theme of the event will be the wellbeing of workers on the frontline, which is continually growing in importance following funding cuts, organisational and welfare reforms. The conference is free to attend and will deliver interactive workshops during the afternoon.

Friday 24 May 2019 to Monday 27 May 2019, United Kingdom

Mind Body Spirit Wellbeing Festival in London

The Mind Body Spirt Ltd Wellbeing Festival returns to London Olympia to deliver over 48 workshops that explore a range of mindfulness practices over the course of four days. The festival can be enjoyed by anyone, but may be of particular interest to those working in the mental health sector, healthcare, as a carer, or as a mental health first aider. Attendees can enjoy performances, including those that incorporate dance, music and yoga, plus much more. 

Sunday 9 June 2019 to Sunday 14 July 2019, United Kingdom

Mindfulness for adults. Reduce stress and boost your mental wellbeing

Held in Solihull, Birmingham, this mindfulness course is designed to introduce attendees to mindfulness techniques in order to help them relax, reduce stress and build confidence. It can be beneficial to anyone, but may be of particular appeal to people working in mental health or who act as mental health first aiders at work. 

Saturday 27 April 2019 to Sunday 28 April 2019, Turkey

First Aid Training

Aim of the training: The aim of the course is to enable the participants to intervene in the workplace and daily life in case of sudden illness or injury and to gain basic life support when necessary. First Aid Training is among the trainings for all people in your home, at work and in your life.

Number of participants: It is organized in groups of 17 people.

Time: 2 day (8+8 hours)

Tuesday 2 July 2019 to Tuesday 9 July 2019, United Kingdom

Adult Mental Health First Aid two day course – Community Learning

The Adult Mental Health First Aid two day course enables attendees to qualify as a mental health first aider and they will receive a certificate on completion of both days of the training course. They will build the skills and knowledge necessary to carry out the role, including developing listening, observing and supporting skills. 

Wednesday 17 April 2019, United Kingdom

Teaching Skills: The Effective Lecturer – Becoming a Psychiatry Lecturer

The Royal College of Psychiatrists in London are holding the Teaching Skills: The Effective Lecturer event aimed at training levels FY1&2, CT1-3 and ST4-6, and also students. The event will focus on how to deliver a well-structured lecture and how to receive constructive feedback that can contribute to becoming a better and more effective lecturer. 

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