Meeting the Mental Health Needs of the Armed Forces Community in Westminster

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Start Date: March 02, 2018

End Date: May 03, 2018

‘Meeting the Mental Health Needs of the Armed Forces Community in Westminster’ is a one day mental health first aid training course and aims to ensure that staff across all professional sectors in Westminster Council are better equipped to support members of the armed forces and their families who may be experiencing mental health problems to more effectively access the services and support they need.   This initiative is a joint enterprise between the council and Brent, Wandsworth & Westminster Mind and the training will be delivered by an experienced Mental Health First Aid trainer.

 

There are seven dates and two venues to choose from for the training and these are:

 

FRIDAY 2ND MARCH (At council offices at 5 Strand)

MONDAY 5TH MARCH (At Mind in Victoria)

FRIDAY 9TH MARCH: (At council offices at 5 Strand)

FRIDAY 16TH MARCH: (At council offices at 5 Strand)

TUESDAY 24TH APRIL: (At Mind in Victoria)

TUESDAY 1ST MAY: (At Mind in Victoria)

THURSDAY 3RD MAY: (At Mind in Victoria)

 

Each day is limited to 16 attendees and we are anticipating a lot of interest in this training so would encourage you to spread the word among your staff as soon as possible.  Places on the training can be booked on Eventbrite through this link:

 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mind-mental-health-training-tickets-42670488580

*NB: spaces may have all been booked since publishing this event.