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Are you an individual or organisation with an immediate need? A short-term training course may be just what you need!

We offer a range of courses providing organisations and individuals with the knowledge, skills and confidence to understand and make a real difference to the health and wellbeing of themselves and others. With a particular focus on mental and emotional wellbeing, our face-to-face training aims to raise awareness, reduce stigma and discrimination, enable people to recognise the signs and symptoms of stress and other mental health issues and support individuals to care for their own emotional wellbeing alongside promoting access to appropriate support services.

Can’t find what you’re looking for? Speak to us today about tailoring our courses to meet your needs.

Book a training course

To book a place please contact us by email at healthyplaces@nelincs.gov.uk or by phone on 01472 325500.

Training courses

The emotional resilience workshop has been specifically designed to help and enable you to support your emotional resilience and wellbeing.

It helps you to think differently about everyday pressures and challenges and provides you with some strategies to deal with them more effectively. The course is packed full of interactive activities, thought provoking, practical tools and techniques for you to take away and use.

Learning objectives

  • recognise complexities of wellbeing
  • understand comfort zones
  • apply the circle of concern
  • learn new ways to cope and 5 ways to well-being

A half day introduction to the mental health topics. Participants will receive a certificate for attending from Mental Health First Aid England.

MHFA course overview

Learning objectives

  • gain an understanding of some of the common mental health issues affecting young people, including depression, anxiety, eating disorders and psychosis
  • work more effectively with young people living with mental health issue
  • identify stigma and discrimination surrounding mental health issues
  • support young people with a mental health issue and relate to their experiences
  • experience a taste of the contents of the Youth MHFA course.

Course cost

£50

An in-depth course looking at the mental health topics. Participants will receive a certificate for attending from Mental Health First Aid England.

MHFA course overview

Learning objectives

  • spot the early signs of a mental health issue in young people
  • feel confident helping a young person experiencing mental ill health
  • provide help on a first aid basis
  • help protect a young person who might be at risk of harm
  • help prevent a mental health issue from getting worse
  • help a young person recover faster
  • guide a young person towards the right support
  • reduce the stigma of mental health issues.

Course cost

£250

A half day introduction to the mental health topics. Participants will receive a certificate for attending from Mental Health First Aid England.

MHFA course overview

Learning objectives

  • define mental health and some common mental health issues
  • identify stigma and discrimination surrounding mental health issues
  • relate to people’s experiences and support people in distress
  • look after your own mental health.

Course cost

£50

An in-depth course looking at the mental health topics. Participants will receive a certificate for attending from Mental Health First Aid England.

MHFA course overview

Learning objectives

  • spot the early signs of a mental health issue
  • feel confident helping someone experiencing a mental health issue
  • provide help on a first aid basis
  • help prevent someone from hurting themselves or others
  • help stop a mental health issue from getting worse
  • help someone recover faster
  • guide someone towards the right support
  • reduce the stigma of mental health issues.

Course cost

£250

Designed to equip managers and supervisors with the skills and knowledge to look after and support staff/colleagues in respect of emotional well-being. It covers mental health in the workplace, positive mental health, mental ill health and stress in the workplace.

Learning objectives

  • define mental health and what constitutes good mental health
  • stress – What does it look like, how does it feel and what can you do about it?
  • explain mental illness – Highlight the difference between the term mental health and mental ill health
  • explain the links between mental health and the workplace
  • explain the 5 positive steps
  • supporting staff/colleagues with stress and mental health issues

The Healthy Places team are now offering two different food packages for schools to support the healthy eating agenda.

Ofsted now looks at the extent to which schools are successfully supporting pupils to gain knowledge of how to keep themselves healthy, including healthy eating and cooking.

The Healthy Places team are now offering two different packages for schools to help support this very important healthy eating agenda.

Package one

Package one includes the following workshops to choose from:

  • Eat Well guide
  • Fat game
  • Sugar game
  • Drinks sugar game
  • Food feely box
  • £30 per hour

These activities give children and young people a chance to gain knowledge about the amount of fat and sugar in certain foods. The Eat Well Guide looks at the five different food groups and the quantities we need to eat from each one to provide the body with everything it needs to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Package two

Package two includes opportunities for children to taste and make food

  • Fruit kebab making
  • Sandwich making
  • £35 per hour + food costs

‘Nine out of ten of our kids today could grow up with dangerous amounts of fat in their bodies. This can cause life-threatening diseases like cancer, type 2 diabetes and heart disease.’ – Change4life 2018

Let’s give our children the correct information about food and let them enjoy the taste and feel of healthy eating and cooking, giving them the best opportunity to live happy, healthy lives.

Drop in events

We can also run drop-in events for various topics (e.g. healthy eating, smoking).

If you would like to discuss further then please contact us by email at healthyplaces@nelincs.gov.uk or by phone on 01472 325500.

Course cost

£100

Course cost

£60

Course cost

£100

Course cost

£800


Contact details

Healthy Places, Civic Offices, Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, DN35 8LN

Healthy Places enquiry form

Email: healthyplaces@nelincs.gov.uk

Telephone: 01472 325500