Such a good day today. We thoroughly enjoyed delivering our Working with Challenging Behaviour training today at RYAN Education Academy. Thanks for our lovely feedback.
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With Mental Health Awareness Week kicking off on 13th May, I wanted to get in touch to help Tappy Twins prioritise mental health and wellbeing.
Wellbeing should be a priority for all organisations of all sizes. As many as one in four people actually leave their work due to mental ill health. With a widely reported one in four people experiencing a form of mental ill health each year, what could this mean for you and your colleagues?
Here at Tappy Twins we believe mental health is as important as physical first aid, and we aren’t the only ones! As a result, we have developed 1st Aid for Mental Health training for you and your staff; which will help you build an open, stigma-free culture.
Our training programs are fully comprehensive and are tailored to meet the needs of our delegates. We ensure that engagement is high, knowledge is shared, and support is always available; equipping you with the techniques and knowledge you can draw upon as and when you need to. Everything you learn will be immediately applicable to both the personal and professional elements of your everyday life
This one-day course has been approved by The National Counselling Society and is designed to provide a greater awareness of mental health issues and the importance of mental well-being. Learners will build a knowledge base that can be used in a variety of health and social care roles, as well as those working in schools and other educational settings.
You can find out more about our courses at https://www.tappytwins.com/courses/
To book call Suzanne on 03306 601274 or 07507 228319 and we’ll be happy to discuss how we can help. We look forward to hearing from you.
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