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If you have a team/group of people that require training, feel free to book online on any upcoming public course. However, we can also provide dedicated courses just for you - at our premises or yours - from our catalogue or bespoke. Please contact us so that we can discuss your exact needs.
Community consultation is the process of involving people in decision-making and community activities. This course explores the various types of community consultation as well as specific skills and approaches for carrying it out effectively.
Effective professional relationships require boundaries to protect both clients and workers. This course looks at boundary frameworks and explores how to create positive, effective relationships within appropriate legal and ethical parameters.
This internationally recognised two-day crisis response course is the mental health equivalent of standard First Aid and will equip participants with the skills to recognise and respond appropriately, until professional help arrives.
How we respond to a potential crisis can make the difference between smooth resolution and an emergency situation. This introductory course provides tools and techniques for participants to respond appropriately to threatening, violent or aggressive behaviour.
We all get 24 hours per day, 365 days per year, but some of us seem to use that time more effectively. This course looks at a range of proven and effective tools to help participants to organise their lives and make the most of their limited time.
Strengths-based practice focuses on building a person’s strengths and aptitudes, rather than working on their problems. This course develops strengths-based practitioners’ skills, as well as providing foundation knowledge for those new to this approach.
Assertiveness is about open and honest communication, without being either aggressive or passive. This course will develop participants’ abilities to communicate assertively in the workplace and beyond, and develop more confidence in interpersonal situations.
Part of ensuring human dignity is accepting the right of each person to take risks and make choices. This course explores how we can ensure that legal and safety requirements are met while maximising an individual’s self-determination and freedom.
Self-regulation of emotions is a constant process which governs our responses to our experiences and environment. This course introduces a set of tools and strategies for modulating responses and managing mood, which can be used personally or with clients.
Many aspects of our lives involve informal but often vitally important counselling situations. This two-day course teaches participants a series of structured, discussion-based counselling tools which will allow them to engage and support others when required.
Designed for anyone working in human services, community or caring professions, this course provides insight and practical skills for working with people who face issues with substance use, focussing on the crucial areas of habit, addiction and behaviour change.
Over half of people with a serious mental illness are known to misuse substances, while 84% of substance misusers have some sort of mental health disorder. This course explores the complex interrelationship between mental health and substance use.