|Provider||Training offer||How to access||Cost||Suitable for|
|Making Every Contact Count (MECC)||MECC is an approach to behaviour change that utilises the millions of day to day interactions that organisations and people have with other people to encourage changes in behaviour that have a positive effect on the health and wellbeing of individuals, communities and populations.||Contact Public Health at firstname.lastname@example.org ||Free||Staff/YP
|Public Health England||Psychological First Aid (PFA) is the globally recommended training for supporting people during emergencies and offers guidance on delivering psychosocial care in the immediate aftermath of the emergency event.|
On this 3-week course, you’ll explore the psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and what you can do to help people cope.
This course has been produced by Public Health England and is based on international guidance from the World Health Organisation, United Nations and partners.
|Access via Future Learn https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/psychological-first-aid-covid-19||Free||Frontline or essential workers and volunteers dealing with the public during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Those who may benefit from this training include health and social care staff, first responders, frontline public-sector staff, essential workers, volunteers, supervisors and managers supporting staff or volunteers.
|Zero Suicide Alliance||'Step Up' Social Isolation Training. A brief introduction to social isolation, how it affects our mental health and how to help someone that who may be isolated.|
Gateway Training. An introduction to suicide awareness.
Suicide Awareness Training. Aims to provide you with skills and confidence to help someone considering suicide including breaking down the stigma related to suicide.
|Zero Suicide Alliance Training Portal||Free||Staff|
|Health Education England (HEE)||A course that will support learners to recognise people who may be at risk from loneliness and social isolation and understand the potential negative outcomes this may have on their health.|
Understand the importance of loneliness and social isolation (LSI) as a risk factor for negative health outcomes.
Be able to recognise people within their practice at risk of LSI through an understanding of the risk factors and key risk groups.
Be able to have conversations with people, in order to identify if an individual is likely to be at risk of, or experiencing, LSI.
Have knowledge of the available range of evidence-based interventions for loneliness, and know how to refer or signpost those identified at risk of LSI.
Where it is relevant to their role, be able to have ongoing interactions with clients with LSI to ensure ongoing care.
|Access the e-learning course https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/tackling-loneliness-and-social-isolation/||Free||Staff across the NHS, care and voluntary sectors|
|Governors for Schools||Wellbeing Governors: children’s and young people’s mental health and wellbeing is the first of three eLearning modules we are producing as part of our Wellbeing Governors campaign. |
It looks at some of the most common mental health issues that children and young people experience and what school leaders and governors can do to promote wellbeing and improve mental health in schools.
|Access the e-learning course https://governorsforschools.org.uk/elearning/||Free||School Governor|