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.
Enhance your practice in emotionally supportive engagement and apply an understanding of key wellbeing needs (including your own) to boost the support you give children, young people and families. Click on the link for more details on upcoming multi-agency, practitioner-led training.
These courses are government funded and can help you upskill your workforce, improve or develop new skills, and achieve nationally-recognised qualifications. All of the distance learning courses are free and suitable for most staff or volunteers regardless of previous qualifications. Learners can develop their knowledge and skills at their own pace, in their own homes in approximately 20 - 30 hours or around 4 to 12 weeks.
This FREE training course is suitable for anyone living or working in the Bradford district who would like to know more about health and wellbeing. This course will help people to gain knowledge and confidence to support themselves, their family and friends to live a healthier lifestyle. It also includes learning about local services that can help to support health and wellbeing.
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.