We are delighted to announce another WRAP workshop open to anyone looking to create a plan for wellbeing in their lives. You can find out all the details and book this course online here.
Run in partnership with RAF Lossiemouth, this course is designed for everyone in the Armed Forces community – serving personnel, veterans, their families and support organisations – giving people the skills to spot the symptoms of mental health issues, offer initial help and guide a person towards support. To find out more information and to book, visit our event page.
Men In Recovery are continuing their mission to support men with a history of sexual abuse by offering workshops and training, as well as providing helpful resources on their website – to be relaunched in August. Following their successful Practitioner Training, in Elgin and Inverness, they are now heading east to offer another Training Day with Duncan Craig from Survivors Manchester. Their next event will be held at Skene House in Aberdeen, on Saturday, 7th of October. email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
The team over at the Recovery and Wellness Centre in Elgin have more POWWOW dates for your diary, but these are in venues from Forres to Buckie. These are focused sessions on topics such as sleep, self-esteem, building friendships and coping strategies. They are a great companion to courses such as WRAP and Living Life to the Full, and we have heard positive feedback from those who have attended. More information is available on their website and this information leaflet. Moray POWWOW Programme Flyer Aug-Oct 2017
Generations Working Together will be hosting a CPD Certified Intergenerational Training Course for Practitioners, please book ASAP if interested. Fraserburgh, 13th June 10am – 4pm at Crossroads Caring Scotland, Saltoun Chambers, 19 Seaforth Street, Fraserburgh AB43 9BD For a full list of learning outcomes, and all the information, you need to book, please visit their website. Generations Working Together are excited to be visiting Fraserburgh to deliver their intergenerational training course which is open to anyone who would like to learn more about intergenerational work and how to use an intergenerational approach. Please note the price of £35 will include 4hrs …
There are four places remaining on the SafeTalk course next week at Moray Council HQ. Time: 9.30am – 1pm Delivery: ASIST trainer Martin Kirwan, Moray Council. (with Heidi Tweedie Moray Wellbeing Hub) Booking: Via Eventbrite link here
This is not a Moray Wellbeing Hub organised event, but we will be supporting this as part of our wider mental health training both to organise bookings and to support delivery. Book now for your place on safeTALK via our events calendar. Course Outline: safeTALK safeTALK is intended as “suicide alertness” training. safeTALK teaches participants to recognise persons with thoughts of suicide and to connect them to suicide intervention resources. It is designed for communities or organisations that already have ASIST* trained helpers in place to maximise intervention as the main suicide prevention focus. (*Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) safeTALK is a …