Training Programme 

Healthy Cornwall is committed to supporting the health and well‐being of the population of Cornwall.

Through the delivery of face to face training we aim to increase the skills, knowledge and understanding that underpin and encourage healthier lifestyle choices across the county and beyond.

Whether you want to develop your own understanding or that of your community or organisation, our training team has identified key areas of health promotion and developed relevant training that meets the needs of those who live and work here.

Please click on the links below for more information on individual courses, including dates and appropriate resource costs. 

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Course types

MECC
Mental Health First Aid - Adult
Suicide First Aid
Healthy Under 5s
Workplace Training
C-CARD
Relationships & Sexual Health
Cornwall Sports Partnership
Cornwall Healthy Weight
Cornwall Healthy Schools
Speakeasy
Bespoke & Closed Training
Workshop

Mental Health First Aid - One Day (First Aid Champion)

The one day mental health awareness and skills course qualifies you as a workplace MHFA Champion.

Workplace MHFA Champions have: 

  • An understanding of common mental health issues  

  • Knowledge and confidence to advocate for mental health awareness

  • Ability to spot signs of mental ill health 

  • Skills to support positive well-being.

Through a mix of group activities, presentations and discussions, the course is built around a Mental Health First Aid action plan.

You must be 16+ to attend this course and the skills learnt are most appropriate for the workplace.

Cost: £20 This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

19th July 2019 9:00 - 17:00

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Mental Health First Aid - Two Day (First Aider)

Delivered over two days, this internationally recognised training will foster the skills and knowledge to help and support a person struggling with a mental health concern. By the end of the course you will be able to;

  • Recognise the symptoms of mental health issues
  • Provide initial help
  • Guide a person towards appropriate professional help

Cost: £25  This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

09.30-16.30 on both days

Please note, participants must fully attend both days

 

22nd July 2019 - 23rd July 2019 9:30 - 16:30

The Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Mental Health First Aid - Two Day (First Aider)

Delivered over two days, this internationally recognised training will foster the skills and knowledge to help and support a person struggling with a mental health concern. By the end of the course you will be able to;

  • Recognise the symptoms of mental health issues
  • Provide initial help
  • Guide a person towards appropriate professional help

Cost: £25  This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

09.30-16.30 on both days

Please note, participants must fully attend both days

 

23rd July 2019 - 24th July 2019 : - :

Dynamo Healthcare Training
Unit 7C - Duchy Business Centre
Wilson Way
Pool
TR15 3RT

ASIST

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training:

Please note: that this is a 2 day training.

ASIST teaches verbal First Aid skills to anyone who may come into contact with a person having thoughts of suicide. It gives an introduction to the most widely used Suicide Intervention Model in the world, a model which is applicable in all situations requiring help.

 

After taking ASIST, you will be better able to:

 

  • Be suicide alert - identify people who have thoughts of suicide
  • Understand the reasons behind thoughts of suicide and the reasons for living
  • Assess risk and safety - develop a plan to increase the safety of the person at risk of suicide
  • Recognise invitations for help
  • Recognise potential barriers of seeking help
  • Offer support – recognise other important aspects of suicide prevention including life-promotion and self-care
  • Effectively apply a suicide intervention model
  • Link people with community resources

Cost: £25 

Please be aware that there is a fee of £25 for cancellation within 7 days of the start of the course and £50 for anyone who fails to attend or gives less than 24 hours notice

 

Time: Day 1 - 08.45 - 17.00 / Day 2 - 09.00 - 16.30

Please note: This training is for people who live and/or work in Cornwall only.  

Please be aware that due to the sensitive nature of this course, people that have had recent and/or personal experience of suicide may find some aspects upsetting.  Therefore we would not recommend that you attend at this time.  Please contact us to discuss any queries.

Emails will be sent from an automated email account.  Please check your junk folder.

25th July 2019 - 26th July 2019 8:45 - 17:00

St Johns Hall
Alverton Rd
TR18 2QW

Making Every Contact Count

Making every contact count (MECC) is an approach to improving health and reducing health inequalities developed by the NHS and local government. It is a way of encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices and to achieve positive long-term behaviour change.

The aim of this training is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to “Make Every Contact Count” in their day to day work, offering practical support to individuals in their efforts to attain a healthier lifestyle.

Students will learn how effective communication can support behaviour change, how to promote key health messages and use brief intervention and motivational interviewing techniques to move through the cycle of change.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognise how effective communication supports the delivery of health messages.

  2. Understand the cycle of behaviour change model

  3. Identify key health messages and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices

  4. Know how to deliver brief advice and brief interventions.

  5. Understand basic motivational interviewing techniques

Cost: Free

Time 10.00 - 16.00

30th July 2019 10:00 - 16:00

The Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

ASIST

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training:

Please note: that this is a 2 day training.

ASIST teaches verbal First Aid skills to anyone who may come into contact with a person having thoughts of suicide. It gives an introduction to the most widely used Suicide Intervention Model in the world, a model which is applicable in all situations requiring help.

 

After taking ASIST, you will be better able to:

 

  • Be suicide alert - identify people who have thoughts of suicide
  • Understand the reasons behind thoughts of suicide and the reasons for living
  • Assess risk and safety - develop a plan to increase the safety of the person at risk of suicide
  • Recognise invitations for help
  • Recognise potential barriers of seeking help
  • Offer support – recognise other important aspects of suicide prevention including life-promotion and self-care
  • Effectively apply a suicide intervention model
  • Link people with community resources

Cost: £25 

Please be aware that there is a fee of £25 for cancellation within 7 days of the start of the course and £50 for anyone who fails to attend or gives less than 24 hours notice

 

Time: Day 1 - 08.45 - 17.00 / Day 2 - 09.00 - 16.30

Please note: This training is for people who live and/or work in Cornwall only.  

Please be aware that due to the sensitive nature of this course, people that have had recent and/or personal experience of suicide may find some aspects upsetting.  Therefore we would not recommend that you attend at this time.  Please contact us to discuss any queries.

Emails will be sent from an automated email account.  Please check your junk folder.

5th August 2019 - 6th August 2019 08:45 - 17:00

Healthy Cornwall
The Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Mental Health First Aid - Two Day (First Aider)

Delivered over two days, this internationally recognised training will foster the skills and knowledge to help and support a person struggling with a mental health concern. By the end of the course you will be able to;

  • Recognise the symptoms of mental health issues
  • Provide initial help
  • Guide a person towards appropriate professional help

Cost: £25  This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

09.30-16.30 on both days

Please note, participants must fully attend both days

 

5th August 2019 - 6th August 2019 9:30 - 16:30

St John's hall
Alverton Road
Penzance
TR18 2QW

Mental Health First Aid - Two Day (First Aider)

Delivered over two days, this internationally recognised training will foster the skills and knowledge to help and support a person struggling with a mental health concern. By the end of the course you will be able to;

  • Recognise the symptoms of mental health issues
  • Provide initial help
  • Guide a person towards appropriate professional help

Cost: £25  This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

09.30-16.30 on both days

Please note, participants must fully attend both days

 

8th August 2019 - 9th August 2019 9:30 - 16:30

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Mental Health First Aid - One Day (First Aid Champion)

The one day mental health awareness and skills course qualifies you as a workplace MHFA Champion.

Workplace MHFA Champions have: 

  • An understanding of common mental health issues  

  • Knowledge and confidence to advocate for mental health awareness

  • Ability to spot signs of mental ill health 

  • Skills to support positive well-being.

Through a mix of group activities, presentations and discussions, the course is built around a Mental Health First Aid action plan.

You must be 16+ to attend this course and the skills learnt are most appropriate for the workplace.

Cost: £20 This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

13th August 2019 9:00 - 17:00

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Making Every Contact Count

Making every contact count (MECC) is an approach to improving health and reducing health inequalities developed by the NHS and local government. It is a way of encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices and to achieve positive long-term behaviour change.

The aim of this training is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to “Make Every Contact Count” in their day to day work, offering practical support to individuals in their efforts to attain a healthier lifestyle.

Students will learn how effective communication can support behaviour change, how to promote key health messages and use brief intervention and motivational interviewing techniques to move through the cycle of change.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognise how effective communication supports the delivery of health messages.

  2. Understand the cycle of behaviour change model

  3. Identify key health messages and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices

  4. Know how to deliver brief advice and brief interventions.

  5. Understand basic motivational interviewing techniques

Cost: Free

Time 10.00 - 16.00

20th August 2019 17:30 - 20:30

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

ASIST

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training:

Please note: that this is a 2 day training.

ASIST teaches verbal First Aid skills to anyone who may come into contact with a person having thoughts of suicide. It gives an introduction to the most widely used Suicide Intervention Model in the world, a model which is applicable in all situations requiring help.

 

After taking ASIST, you will be better able to:

 

  • Be suicide alert - identify people who have thoughts of suicide
  • Understand the reasons behind thoughts of suicide and the reasons for living
  • Assess risk and safety - develop a plan to increase the safety of the person at risk of suicide
  • Recognise invitations for help
  • Recognise potential barriers of seeking help
  • Offer support – recognise other important aspects of suicide prevention including life-promotion and self-care
  • Effectively apply a suicide intervention model
  • Link people with community resources

Cost: £25 

Please be aware that there is a fee of £25 for cancellation within 7 days of the start of the course and £50 for anyone who fails to attend or gives less than 24 hours notice

 

Time: Day 1 - 08.45 - 17.00 / Day 2 - 09.00 - 16.30

Please note: This training is for people who live and/or work in Cornwall only.  

Please be aware that due to the sensitive nature of this course, people that have had recent and/or personal experience of suicide may find some aspects upsetting.  Therefore we would not recommend that you attend at this time.  Please contact us to discuss any queries.

Emails will be sent from an automated email account.  Please check your junk folder.

22nd August 2019 - 23rd August 2019 : - :

Chacewater Village Hall
Church Hill,
Truro
TR4 8PZ

ASIST

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training:

Please note: that this is a 2 day training.

ASIST teaches verbal First Aid skills to anyone who may come into contact with a person having thoughts of suicide. It gives an introduction to the most widely used Suicide Intervention Model in the world, a model which is applicable in all situations requiring help.

 

After taking ASIST, you will be better able to:

 

  • Be suicide alert - identify people who have thoughts of suicide
  • Understand the reasons behind thoughts of suicide and the reasons for living
  • Assess risk and safety - develop a plan to increase the safety of the person at risk of suicide
  • Recognise invitations for help
  • Recognise potential barriers of seeking help
  • Offer support – recognise other important aspects of suicide prevention including life-promotion and self-care
  • Effectively apply a suicide intervention model
  • Link people with community resources

Cost: £25 

Please be aware that there is a fee of £25 for cancellation within 7 days of the start of the course and £50 for anyone who fails to attend or gives less than 24 hours notice

 

Time: Day 1 - 08.45 - 17.00 / Day 2 - 09.00 - 16.30

Please note: This training is for people who live and/or work in Cornwall only.  

Please be aware that due to the sensitive nature of this course, people that have had recent and/or personal experience of suicide may find some aspects upsetting.  Therefore we would not recommend that you attend at this time.  Please contact us to discuss any queries.

Emails will be sent from an automated email account.  Please check your junk folder.

22nd August 2019 - 23rd August 2019 08:45 - 17:00

Chy Trevail
Beacon Technology Park
Bodmin
PL31 2FR for sat nav use PL31 2QE

Making Every Contact Count

Making every contact count (MECC) is an approach to improving health and reducing health inequalities developed by the NHS and local government. It is a way of encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices and to achieve positive long-term behaviour change.

The aim of this training is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to “Make Every Contact Count” in their day to day work, offering practical support to individuals in their efforts to attain a healthier lifestyle.

Students will learn how effective communication can support behaviour change, how to promote key health messages and use brief intervention and motivational interviewing techniques to move through the cycle of change.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognise how effective communication supports the delivery of health messages.

  2. Understand the cycle of behaviour change model

  3. Identify key health messages and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices

  4. Know how to deliver brief advice and brief interventions.

  5. Understand basic motivational interviewing techniques

Cost: Free

Time 10.00 - 16.00

24th August 2019 09:30 - 12:30

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

ASIST

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training:

Please note: that this is a 2 day training.

ASIST teaches verbal First Aid skills to anyone who may come into contact with a person having thoughts of suicide. It gives an introduction to the most widely used Suicide Intervention Model in the world, a model which is applicable in all situations requiring help.

 

After taking ASIST, you will be better able to:

 

  • Be suicide alert - identify people who have thoughts of suicide
  • Understand the reasons behind thoughts of suicide and the reasons for living
  • Assess risk and safety - develop a plan to increase the safety of the person at risk of suicide
  • Recognise invitations for help
  • Recognise potential barriers of seeking help
  • Offer support – recognise other important aspects of suicide prevention including life-promotion and self-care
  • Effectively apply a suicide intervention model
  • Link people with community resources

Cost: £25 

Please be aware that there is a fee of £25 for cancellation within 7 days of the start of the course and £50 for anyone who fails to attend or gives less than 24 hours notice

 

Time: Day 1 - 08.45 - 17.00 / Day 2 - 09.00 - 16.30

Please note: This training is for people who live and/or work in Cornwall only.  

Please be aware that due to the sensitive nature of this course, people that have had recent and/or personal experience of suicide may find some aspects upsetting.  Therefore we would not recommend that you attend at this time.  Please contact us to discuss any queries.

Emails will be sent from an automated email account.  Please check your junk folder.

5th September 2019 - 6th September 2019 8:45 - 17:00

Chy Trevail
Beacon Technology Park
Bodmin
PL31 2FR for sat nav use PL31 2QE

Making Every Contact Count

Making every contact count (MECC) is an approach to improving health and reducing health inequalities developed by the NHS and local government. It is a way of encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices and to achieve positive long-term behaviour change.

The aim of this training is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to “Make Every Contact Count” in their day to day work, offering practical support to individuals in their efforts to attain a healthier lifestyle.

Students will learn how effective communication can support behaviour change, how to promote key health messages and use brief intervention and motivational interviewing techniques to move through the cycle of change.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognise how effective communication supports the delivery of health messages.

  2. Understand the cycle of behaviour change model

  3. Identify key health messages and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices

  4. Know how to deliver brief advice and brief interventions.

  5. Understand basic motivational interviewing techniques

Cost: Free

Time 10.00 - 16.00

9th September 2019 10:00 - 16:00

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Mental Health First Aid - Two Day (First Aider)

Delivered over two days, this internationally recognised training will foster the skills and knowledge to help and support a person struggling with a mental health concern. By the end of the course you will be able to;

  • Recognise the symptoms of mental health issues
  • Provide initial help
  • Guide a person towards appropriate professional help

Cost: £25  This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

09.30-16.30 on both days

Please note, participants must fully attend both days

 

12th September 2019 - 13th September 2019 9:30 - 16:30

St Johns Hall
Alverton Rd
Penzance
TR18 2QW

Mental Health First Aid - One Day (First Aid Champion)

The one day mental health awareness and skills course qualifies you as a workplace MHFA Champion.

Workplace MHFA Champions have: 

  • An understanding of common mental health issues  

  • Knowledge and confidence to advocate for mental health awareness

  • Ability to spot signs of mental ill health 

  • Skills to support positive well-being.

Through a mix of group activities, presentations and discussions, the course is built around a Mental Health First Aid action plan.

You must be 16+ to attend this course and the skills learnt are most appropriate for the workplace.

Cost: £20 This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

17th September 2019 9:00 - 17:00

Chy Trevail
Beacon Technology Park
Bodmin
PL31 2FR for sat nav use PL31 2QE

Mental Health First Aid - Two Day (First Aider)

Delivered over two days, this internationally recognised training will foster the skills and knowledge to help and support a person struggling with a mental health concern. By the end of the course you will be able to;

  • Recognise the symptoms of mental health issues
  • Provide initial help
  • Guide a person towards appropriate professional help

Cost: £25  This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

09.30-16.30 on both days

Please note, participants must fully attend both days

 

25th September 2019 - 1st October 2019 9:30 - 16:30

Council Offices
Dolcaoth Avenue
Camborne
TR14 8SX

Making Every Contact Count

Making every contact count (MECC) is an approach to improving health and reducing health inequalities developed by the NHS and local government. It is a way of encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices and to achieve positive long-term behaviour change.

The aim of this training is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to “Make Every Contact Count” in their day to day work, offering practical support to individuals in their efforts to attain a healthier lifestyle.

Students will learn how effective communication can support behaviour change, how to promote key health messages and use brief intervention and motivational interviewing techniques to move through the cycle of change.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognise how effective communication supports the delivery of health messages.

  2. Understand the cycle of behaviour change model

  3. Identify key health messages and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices

  4. Know how to deliver brief advice and brief interventions.

  5. Understand basic motivational interviewing techniques

Cost: Free

Time 10.00 - 16.00

27th September 2019 10:00 - 16:00

Chy Trevail
Beacon Technology Park
Bodmin
PL31 2FR for sat nav use PL31 2QE

Making Every Contact Count

Making every contact count (MECC) is an approach to improving health and reducing health inequalities developed by the NHS and local government. It is a way of encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices and to achieve positive long-term behaviour change.

The aim of this training is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to “Make Every Contact Count” in their day to day work, offering practical support to individuals in their efforts to attain a healthier lifestyle.

Students will learn how effective communication can support behaviour change, how to promote key health messages and use brief intervention and motivational interviewing techniques to move through the cycle of change.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognise how effective communication supports the delivery of health messages.

  2. Understand the cycle of behaviour change model

  3. Identify key health messages and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices

  4. Know how to deliver brief advice and brief interventions.

  5. Understand basic motivational interviewing techniques

Cost: Free

Time 10.00 - 16.00

1st October 2019 17:30 - 20:30

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Mental Health First Aid - One Day (First Aid Champion)

The one day mental health awareness and skills course qualifies you as a workplace MHFA Champion.

Workplace MHFA Champions have: 

  • An understanding of common mental health issues  

  • Knowledge and confidence to advocate for mental health awareness

  • Ability to spot signs of mental ill health 

  • Skills to support positive well-being.

Through a mix of group activities, presentations and discussions, the course is built around a Mental Health First Aid action plan.

You must be 16+ to attend this course and the skills learnt are most appropriate for the workplace.

Cost: £20 This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

3rd October 2019 9:00 - 17:00

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Making Every Contact Count

Making every contact count (MECC) is an approach to improving health and reducing health inequalities developed by the NHS and local government. It is a way of encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices and to achieve positive long-term behaviour change.

The aim of this training is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to “Make Every Contact Count” in their day to day work, offering practical support to individuals in their efforts to attain a healthier lifestyle.

Students will learn how effective communication can support behaviour change, how to promote key health messages and use brief intervention and motivational interviewing techniques to move through the cycle of change.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognise how effective communication supports the delivery of health messages.

  2. Understand the cycle of behaviour change model

  3. Identify key health messages and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices

  4. Know how to deliver brief advice and brief interventions.

  5. Understand basic motivational interviewing techniques

Cost: Free

Time 10.00 - 16.00

11th October 2019 10:00 - 16:00

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Making Every Contact Count

Making every contact count (MECC) is an approach to improving health and reducing health inequalities developed by the NHS and local government. It is a way of encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices and to achieve positive long-term behaviour change.

The aim of this training is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to “Make Every Contact Count” in their day to day work, offering practical support to individuals in their efforts to attain a healthier lifestyle.

Students will learn how effective communication can support behaviour change, how to promote key health messages and use brief intervention and motivational interviewing techniques to move through the cycle of change.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognise how effective communication supports the delivery of health messages.

  2. Understand the cycle of behaviour change model

  3. Identify key health messages and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices

  4. Know how to deliver brief advice and brief interventions.

  5. Understand basic motivational interviewing techniques

Cost: Free

Time 10.00 - 16.00

12th October 2019 09:30 - 12:30

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Making Every Contact Count

Making every contact count (MECC) is an approach to improving health and reducing health inequalities developed by the NHS and local government. It is a way of encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices and to achieve positive long-term behaviour change.

The aim of this training is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to “Make Every Contact Count” in their day to day work, offering practical support to individuals in their efforts to attain a healthier lifestyle.

Students will learn how effective communication can support behaviour change, how to promote key health messages and use brief intervention and motivational interviewing techniques to move through the cycle of change.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognise how effective communication supports the delivery of health messages.

  2. Understand the cycle of behaviour change model

  3. Identify key health messages and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices

  4. Know how to deliver brief advice and brief interventions.

  5. Understand basic motivational interviewing techniques

Cost: Free

Time 10.00 - 16.00

24th October 2019 10:00 - 16:00

Chy Trevail
Beacon Technology Park
Bodmin
PL31 2FR for sat nav use PL31 2QE

ASIST

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training:

Please note: that this is a 2 day training.

ASIST teaches verbal First Aid skills to anyone who may come into contact with a person having thoughts of suicide. It gives an introduction to the most widely used Suicide Intervention Model in the world, a model which is applicable in all situations requiring help.

 

After taking ASIST, you will be better able to:

 

  • Be suicide alert - identify people who have thoughts of suicide
  • Understand the reasons behind thoughts of suicide and the reasons for living
  • Assess risk and safety - develop a plan to increase the safety of the person at risk of suicide
  • Recognise invitations for help
  • Recognise potential barriers of seeking help
  • Offer support – recognise other important aspects of suicide prevention including life-promotion and self-care
  • Effectively apply a suicide intervention model
  • Link people with community resources

Cost: £25 

Please be aware that there is a fee of £25 for cancellation within 7 days of the start of the course and £50 for anyone who fails to attend or gives less than 24 hours notice

 

Time: Day 1 - 08.45 - 17.00 / Day 2 - 09.00 - 16.30

Please note: This training is for people who live and/or work in Cornwall only.  

Please be aware that due to the sensitive nature of this course, people that have had recent and/or personal experience of suicide may find some aspects upsetting.  Therefore we would not recommend that you attend at this time.  Please contact us to discuss any queries.

Emails will be sent from an automated email account.  Please check your junk folder.

24th October 2019 - 25th October 2019 8:45 - 17:00

Treverbyn Community Hall
Treverbyn Road
Stenalees,
Saint Austell
PL26 8TL

Mental Health First Aid - Two Day (First Aider)

Delivered over two days, this internationally recognised training will foster the skills and knowledge to help and support a person struggling with a mental health concern. By the end of the course you will be able to;

  • Recognise the symptoms of mental health issues
  • Provide initial help
  • Guide a person towards appropriate professional help

Cost: £25  This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

09.30-16.30 on both days

Please note, participants must fully attend both days

 

28th October 2019 - 29th October 2019 9:30 - 16:30

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Mental Health First Aid - Two Day (First Aider)

Delivered over two days, this internationally recognised training will foster the skills and knowledge to help and support a person struggling with a mental health concern. By the end of the course you will be able to;

  • Recognise the symptoms of mental health issues
  • Provide initial help
  • Guide a person towards appropriate professional help

Cost: £25  This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

09.30-16.30 on both days

Please note, participants must fully attend both days

 

30th October 2019 - 31st October 2019 9:30 - 16:30

Pydar House
Pydar Street
Truro
TR1 1XU

Mental Health First Aid - Two Day (First Aider)

Delivered over two days, this internationally recognised training will foster the skills and knowledge to help and support a person struggling with a mental health concern. By the end of the course you will be able to;

  • Recognise the symptoms of mental health issues
  • Provide initial help
  • Guide a person towards appropriate professional help

Cost: £25  This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

09.30-16.30 on both days

Please note, participants must fully attend both days

 

7th November 2019 - 8th November 2019 9:30 - 16:30

Chy Trevail
Beacon Technology Park
Bodmin
PL31 2FR for sat nav use PL31 2QE

Making Every Contact Count

Making every contact count (MECC) is an approach to improving health and reducing health inequalities developed by the NHS and local government. It is a way of encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices and to achieve positive long-term behaviour change.

The aim of this training is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to “Make Every Contact Count” in their day to day work, offering practical support to individuals in their efforts to attain a healthier lifestyle.

Students will learn how effective communication can support behaviour change, how to promote key health messages and use brief intervention and motivational interviewing techniques to move through the cycle of change.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognise how effective communication supports the delivery of health messages.

  2. Understand the cycle of behaviour change model

  3. Identify key health messages and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices

  4. Know how to deliver brief advice and brief interventions.

  5. Understand basic motivational interviewing techniques

Cost: Free

Time 10.00 - 16.00

8th November 2019 10:00 - 16:00

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Making Every Contact Count

Making every contact count (MECC) is an approach to improving health and reducing health inequalities developed by the NHS and local government. It is a way of encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices and to achieve positive long-term behaviour change.

The aim of this training is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to “Make Every Contact Count” in their day to day work, offering practical support to individuals in their efforts to attain a healthier lifestyle.

Students will learn how effective communication can support behaviour change, how to promote key health messages and use brief intervention and motivational interviewing techniques to move through the cycle of change.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognise how effective communication supports the delivery of health messages.

  2. Understand the cycle of behaviour change model

  3. Identify key health messages and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices

  4. Know how to deliver brief advice and brief interventions.

  5. Understand basic motivational interviewing techniques

Cost: Free

Time 10.00 - 16.00

9th November 2019 09:30 - 12:30

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Mental Health First Aid - One Day (First Aid Champion)

The one day mental health awareness and skills course qualifies you as a workplace MHFA Champion.

Workplace MHFA Champions have: 

  • An understanding of common mental health issues  

  • Knowledge and confidence to advocate for mental health awareness

  • Ability to spot signs of mental ill health 

  • Skills to support positive well-being.

Through a mix of group activities, presentations and discussions, the course is built around a Mental Health First Aid action plan.

You must be 16+ to attend this course and the skills learnt are most appropriate for the workplace.

Cost: £20 This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

12th November 2019 9:00 - 17:00

St Johns Hall
Alverton Rd
Penzance
TR18 2QW

Making Every Contact Count

Making every contact count (MECC) is an approach to improving health and reducing health inequalities developed by the NHS and local government. It is a way of encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices and to achieve positive long-term behaviour change.

The aim of this training is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to “Make Every Contact Count” in their day to day work, offering practical support to individuals in their efforts to attain a healthier lifestyle.

Students will learn how effective communication can support behaviour change, how to promote key health messages and use brief intervention and motivational interviewing techniques to move through the cycle of change.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognise how effective communication supports the delivery of health messages.

  2. Understand the cycle of behaviour change model

  3. Identify key health messages and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices

  4. Know how to deliver brief advice and brief interventions.

  5. Understand basic motivational interviewing techniques

Cost: Free

Time 10.00 - 16.00

21st November 2019 17:30 - 20:30

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Exploring Mindfulness, Meditation and Sleep Hygiene

Mindfulness is the process of bringing one's attention to experiences or sensations occurring in the present moment, to an understanding of how we feel in any given moment and to noticing "whats around us" . This can be developed through the practice of meditation and other training. 

Meditation is both a journey and the destination. Meditation practices can help develop a sense of mindfulness, be useful for combating stress related conditions, and helpful in developing a greater awareness of our mental health and well-being.

Sleep Hygiene. Sleep is an essential part of feeling well and feeling happy, but almost everyone experiences problems sleeping at some time. Healthy sleep habits can make a big difference to your quality of life and to your overall mental health and well-being.

This training brings together these three topics in a fun, informative and interactive delivery and is a perfect adjunct to Stress Awareness and Resilience training

25th November 2019 10:00 - 16:00

The Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR15 8SL

ASIST

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training:

Please note: that this is a 2 day training.

ASIST teaches verbal First Aid skills to anyone who may come into contact with a person having thoughts of suicide. It gives an introduction to the most widely used Suicide Intervention Model in the world, a model which is applicable in all situations requiring help.

 

After taking ASIST, you will be better able to:

 

  • Be suicide alert - identify people who have thoughts of suicide
  • Understand the reasons behind thoughts of suicide and the reasons for living
  • Assess risk and safety - develop a plan to increase the safety of the person at risk of suicide
  • Recognise invitations for help
  • Recognise potential barriers of seeking help
  • Offer support – recognise other important aspects of suicide prevention including life-promotion and self-care
  • Effectively apply a suicide intervention model
  • Link people with community resources

Cost: £25 

Please be aware that there is a fee of £25 for cancellation within 7 days of the start of the course and £50 for anyone who fails to attend or gives less than 24 hours notice

 

Time: Day 1 - 08.45 - 17.00 / Day 2 - 09.00 - 16.30

Please note: This training is for people who live and/or work in Cornwall only.  

Please be aware that due to the sensitive nature of this course, people that have had recent and/or personal experience of suicide may find some aspects upsetting.  Therefore we would not recommend that you attend at this time.  Please contact us to discuss any queries.

Emails will be sent from an automated email account.  Please check your junk folder.

28th November 2019 - 29th November 2019 8:45 - 17:00

Chacewater Village Hall
Church Hill,
TR4 8PZ

Mental Health First Aid - Half Day (First Aid Awareness)

This half day course is an introductory four hour session to raise awareness of mental health. It is designed to give you:

  • An understanding of what mental health is and how to challenge stigma.
  • A basic knowledge of some common mental health issues.
  • An introduction to looking after your own mental health and maintaining wellbeing

Cost: £15  This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge

Four hours

6th December 2019 12:00 - 16:00

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Making Every Contact Count

Making every contact count (MECC) is an approach to improving health and reducing health inequalities developed by the NHS and local government. It is a way of encouraging and helping people to make healthier choices and to achieve positive long-term behaviour change.

The aim of this training is to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to “Make Every Contact Count” in their day to day work, offering practical support to individuals in their efforts to attain a healthier lifestyle.

Students will learn how effective communication can support behaviour change, how to promote key health messages and use brief intervention and motivational interviewing techniques to move through the cycle of change.

Summary of Learning Outcomes:

  1. Recognise how effective communication supports the delivery of health messages.

  2. Understand the cycle of behaviour change model

  3. Identify key health messages and the importance of healthy lifestyle choices

  4. Know how to deliver brief advice and brief interventions.

  5. Understand basic motivational interviewing techniques

Cost: Free

Time 10.00 - 16.00

12th December 2019 17:30 - 20:30

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Mental Health First Aid - Two Day (First Aider)

Delivered over two days, this internationally recognised training will foster the skills and knowledge to help and support a person struggling with a mental health concern. By the end of the course you will be able to;

  • Recognise the symptoms of mental health issues
  • Provide initial help
  • Guide a person towards appropriate professional help

Cost: £25  This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

09.30-16.30 on both days

Please note, participants must fully attend both days

 

12th December 2019 - 13th December 2019 9:30 - 16:30

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

Mental Health First Aid - One Day (First Aid Champion)

The one day mental health awareness and skills course qualifies you as a workplace MHFA Champion.

Workplace MHFA Champions have: 

  • An understanding of common mental health issues  

  • Knowledge and confidence to advocate for mental health awareness

  • Ability to spot signs of mental ill health 

  • Skills to support positive well-being.

Through a mix of group activities, presentations and discussions, the course is built around a Mental Health First Aid action plan.

You must be 16+ to attend this course and the skills learnt are most appropriate for the workplace.

Cost: £20 This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

17th December 2019 9:00 - 17:00

Basset Centre
Basset Road
Camborne
TR14 8SL

ASIST

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training:

Please note: that this is a 2 day training.

ASIST teaches verbal First Aid skills to anyone who may come into contact with a person having thoughts of suicide. It gives an introduction to the most widely used Suicide Intervention Model in the world, a model which is applicable in all situations requiring help.

 

After taking ASIST, you will be better able to:

 

  • Be suicide alert - identify people who have thoughts of suicide
  • Understand the reasons behind thoughts of suicide and the reasons for living
  • Assess risk and safety - develop a plan to increase the safety of the person at risk of suicide
  • Recognise invitations for help
  • Recognise potential barriers of seeking help
  • Offer support – recognise other important aspects of suicide prevention including life-promotion and self-care
  • Effectively apply a suicide intervention model
  • Link people with community resources

Cost: £25 

Please be aware that there is a fee of £25 for cancellation within 7 days of the start of the course and £50 for anyone who fails to attend or gives less than 24 hours notice

 

Time: Day 1 - 08.45 - 17.00 / Day 2 - 09.00 - 16.30

Please note: This training is for people who live and/or work in Cornwall only.  

Please be aware that due to the sensitive nature of this course, people that have had recent and/or personal experience of suicide may find some aspects upsetting.  Therefore we would not recommend that you attend at this time.  Please contact us to discuss any queries.

Emails will be sent from an automated email account.  Please check your junk folder.

18th December 2019 - 19th December 2019 : - :

St Johns Hall
Alverton Road
Penzance
TR18 2QW

Mental Health First Aid - Two Day (First Aider)

Delivered over two days, this internationally recognised training will foster the skills and knowledge to help and support a person struggling with a mental health concern. By the end of the course you will be able to;

  • Recognise the symptoms of mental health issues
  • Provide initial help
  • Guide a person towards appropriate professional help

Cost: £25  This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

09.30-16.30 on both days

Please note, participants must fully attend both days

 

29th January 2020 - 30th January 2020 09:30 - 16:30

Chy Trevail
Beacon Technology Park
Bodmin
PL31 2FR for sat nav use PL31 2QE

Mental Health First Aid - Two Day (First Aider)

Delivered over two days, this internationally recognised training will foster the skills and knowledge to help and support a person struggling with a mental health concern. By the end of the course you will be able to;

  • Recognise the symptoms of mental health issues
  • Provide initial help
  • Guide a person towards appropriate professional help

Cost: £25  This amount covers the cost of participant workbooks .The actual training delivery is free of charge.

09.30-16.30 on both days

Please note, participants must fully attend both days

 

26th February 2020 - 27th February 2020 09:30 - 16:30

St John's Hall
Alverton Road
Penzance
TR18 2QW