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Complimentary aelp Webinar
October 5, 2020
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OVERVIEW
The mental health training market has boomed in the last 5 years, with courses such as Mental Health First Aid now incredibly popular amongst employers. Job applicants and staff with recognised skills in this area are considered increasingly attractive to organisations. 

But with that boom has come a plethora of different courses – from personal well-being to mental health advocacy, stress management to suicide prevention. 

Organisations considering introducing such courses face a huge breadth of choice, and often some confusion as to which options might work best for them. Beyond selecting the “right” product, there’s staff competence in delivering the subject, safe recruitment of learners onto a course that may contain sensitive materials and a lack of clarification as to which qualifications are fully fundable and which aren’t. 

This webinar will be delivered by an organisation that is very active in this market, but not looking to deliver Government-funded provision. You can be sure of an honest and thorough walk-through of options and hazards, to enable you to answer the question “what, if any, courses should we run?”

OBJECTIVES
This webinar will focus on:
– Why mental well-being is high on the education agenda
– What subjects the training might cover
– The potential pitfalls of delivering mental health training
– Qualification options
– The role of unaccredited learning and pastoral support

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Managers and leaders from the skills sector considering mental health training for the 16+ market.

DELEGATE FEES
This webinar is sponsored by CACHE. Please register with your business email address for your complimentary place. 

THE PACKAGE
Access to the live webinar, recording, slides and Q&As after the webinar.
BOOK HERE
Complimentary aelp Webinar
September 21, 2020
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OVERVIEW

The mental health training market has boomed in the last 5 years, with courses such as Mental Health First Aid now incredibly popular amongst employers. Job applicants and staff with recognised skills in this area are considered increasingly attractive to organisations.

But with that boom has come a plethora of different courses – from personal well-being to mental health advocacy, stress management to suicide prevention.

Organisations considering introducing such courses face a huge breadth of choice, and often some confusion as to which options might work best for them. Beyond selecting the “right” product, there’s staff competence in delivering the subject, safe recruitment of learners onto a course that may contain sensitive materials and a lack of clarification as to which qualifications are fully fundable and which aren’t.

This webinar will be delivered by an organisation that is very active in this market, but not looking to deliver Government-funded provision. You can be sure of an honest and thorough walk-through of options and hazards, to enable you to answer the question “what, if any, courses should we run?”

OBJECTIVES

This webinar will focus on:

  • Why mental well-being is high on the education agenda
  • What subjects the training might cover
  • The potential pitfalls of delivering mental health training
  • Qualification options
  • The role of unaccredited learning and pastoral support

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Managers and leaders from the skills sector considering mental health training for the 16+ market.

DELEGATE FEES

This webinar is sponsored by CACHE. Please register with your business email address for your complimentary place. 

THE PACKAGE

Access to the live webinar, recording, slides and Q&As after the webinar.

REGISTER HERE

Complimentary aelp Webinar
September 17, 2020
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OVERVIEW

The Coronavirus Pandemic and resulting lockdown presented unique challenges for all of us – creating problems we hadn’t previously encountered and forcing the implementation of new ways of working, without notice.

Every person and every organisation had a unique experience, but what we wanted to uncover was – what were the experiences we shared? And what can we learn from it all to enable business recovery? In July and August of this year, supported by Bud, AELP surveyed the provider base to better understand how their organisations had coped with the challenges of lockdown.

This webinar will outline the results not only of the survey, but of follow-up interviews conducted with many respondents where we were able to unpack with them some of the hard data and get a much better flavour of how the sector coped – of what lessons were learned, what will be taken forward beyond the lockdown/pandemic period – and of course, what didn’t work so well!

OBJECTIVES

This webinar will enable providers to:

  • Compare their own experience against those of the wider sector
  • Share best practice and learn from mistakes
  • Plan for future events of this nature such as a second wave, or a local lockdown

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The survey was aimed at front-line providers and the results are therefore likely to be of most relevance to organisations directly delivering work-based learning – in particular apprenticeships. Staff with responsibility for contingency planning will also find this of benefit.

DELEGATE FEES

This webinar is sponsored by Bud. Please register with your business email address for your complimentary place. 

THE PACKAGE

Access to the live webinar, recording, slides and Q&As after the webinar.

Register Here