KEEN Team Training Autumn 2019

We have some great training opportunities lined up for this term!

  1. As part of a nationwide project by The Skills Network to raise Mental Health Awareness within communities throughout the UK we're able to offer any of the KEEN team a free online qualification in Awareness of Mental Health Problems. This is funded by the government and is the equivalent level of qualification as a GCSE at A*-C grades.

    If you're interested please pop us an email!

  2. Beginners Makaton Training 

    6:30 - 8:30pm Thursday 24th October

    Makaton sign language is designed to provide a means of communication to individuals who cannot communicate efficiently by speaking. Some of our participants use makaton so it'll be great to improve our skills. 

    All team members welcome, just email keen@keenoxford.org to express interest

  3. Hoping to set up some inclusive sports training with Brookes Sport… stay tuned

Mental Health Training - Further Info

With one in six adults experiencing common mental health problems every week and suicide being the biggest killer of young men in the UK, there is a clear need for an increased understanding of an issue which affects the lives of so many people. By increasing awareness and learning mental health first aid skills, we can support friends family and colleagues and even save a life.

Qualification

Level 2 Certificate in Mental Health Awareness (NCFE)

Description

The free online course combines both theoretical elements and a practical application. It aims to increase awareness of mental health. Including, what it is, how common mental ill-health is and how to reduce stigma and discrimination. As well as, equipping you with the basic skills to respond appropriately when others are experiencing a mental health crisis.

By the end of the online course, you will have an understanding of the following:

Understanding mental health

Understanding stress

Anxiety

Phobias

Depression

Post-natal depression

Bipolar disorder

Schizophrenia

Dementia

Eating disorders

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

Understanding post-traumatic stress disorder

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