Links to External Information Pages

Peer Support Training

The Cellar Trust provide Level 3 Accredited Peer Support Training. Peer Support is a non-clinical, mutual type of support in which emotional experiences may be shared reciprocally. It is now heavily featured within NHS mental health policy as research studies show it to have a proven positive mental health impact for individuals involved in delivering and receiving this type of work.

By |2021-05-24T10:55:19+01:00May 24th, 2021|

One Workforce Hub

The One Workforce Hub provides a digital front door to a range of support and resources for the health and social care workforce - from learning and development to health and wellbeing support. It also showcases opportunities and roles in the sector for those considering their future career options.

By |2021-05-24T10:46:58+01:00May 24th, 2021|

Waypoint Training

Waypoint offers a range of skills-based courses, including Trauma-Informed Practice and Motivational Interviewing for professionals and volunteers working with adults and families with severe and multiple disadvantages.

By |2021-04-07T08:44:43+01:00March 18th, 2021|

HeadFirst Mental Health Training Hub

HeadFirst is a resource which has been developed to provide information on mental health, suicide prevention and training in and across the North Yorkshire, and a range of services are offered to those living, working and volunteering in the county, including the Craven area.

By |2021-04-15T13:56:11+01:00March 18th, 2021|

MyWellbeing College

MyWellbeing College is a free NHS service to help people manage everyday problems such as feeling low, having problems sleeping, feeling anxious and experiencing stress, and is suitable for you if you are aged 16 or over and are registered with a GP in the Bradford, Wharfedale, Airedale and Craven area.

By |2021-03-18T13:07:38+00:00March 18th, 2021|

Serious Mental Illness (SMI) Training

People living with severe mental illness face significant health inequalities in terms of their physical health. The aim of this session from MIND in Bradford is to explore these inequalities and consider how voluntary and community sector organisations can support people and contribute to reducing these inequalities.

By |2021-03-24T08:49:38+00:00March 9th, 2021|