Well what a summer it has been and what a way to finish it off. We are so pleased to announce our incredible Mental Health Training Team. All are here to support in 1st Aid for Mental Health and Mental Health Awareness and Wellbeing. They are delivering these across the whole of the UK to all types of organisations like corporate & within educational settings. Their wealth of experience is incredible.
With our 1st Nationwide contract with the BMF, we are tackling Mental Health Issues head on.
If you want more information on how we can support you and your staff, please visit www.tttrainingacademy.com
We look forward to working with you.
MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING: DEVELOPING PEOPLE. DELIVERING RESULTS
by Suzanne Skeete, Managing Director of TT Training Academy
3 September 2019
Workplace mental health and wellbeing is moving up the corporate agenda. Businesses now recognise there are tangible benefits in looking after their most important asset – their staff. By providing health and wellbeing services in the workplace they can help to lower absence rates, increase productivity and improve employee engagement.
With the Office for National Statistics reporting more suicides in construction than any other profession, now is the time for every organisation to take a proactive approach to their mental health provisions.
These statistics show that over a 5 year period, to the end of 2015, 1,409 men and 10 women committed suicide within the construction industry. In fact the number of suicides in construction are now six times higher than deaths from falls from height.
To help tackle the rising number of people struggling with their mental health, TT Training Academy has been assigned to support the BMF and all its members. They have already successfully trained staff within the BMF (pictured), who now have First Aid Champions in place to support those struggling with mental health issues.
TT Training Academy have a proven track record of delivering outstanding Mental Health training. Their team of exceptional trainers and counsellors come with a wealth of experience, delivering Mental Health and Resilience training; as well as extensive 1-2-1 support to those that have additional needs. In fact, their Managing Director Suzanne Skeete has made it her mission to raise awareness for the extensive Mental Health issues people are facing every day. She is often called upon for her expertise to discuss these issues for National News and media, such as ITV and BBC National News.
They will be delivering a professional 1 day First Aid Mental Health Training to any member of the BMF and their staff. This course has been approved by the National Counselling Society and is designed to provide a greater First Aid Mental Health Champions.
In addition, they are also providing Mental Health Awareness and Wellbeing days to our members. This one-day course is devised of 6 interactive workshops, designed to provide a greater awareness of mental health issues; and the importance of our own mental wellbeing.The day provides practical strategies and tools to bolster mental, emotional and physical resilience. This course is recommended to every member of staff in any organisation.
Suzanne Skeete, Managing Director of TT Training Academy, says: “We are extremely passionate about organisations getting proactive to increase their Mental Health awareness and have the necessary support in place to ensure that those struggling get all the help that they need. We are thrilled to be working with the BMF and all of its members in providing professional Mental Health Training and Support. Together we can make such a difference within an industry that has one of the highest rates of suicide in the UK.” For more information please visit www.tttrainingacademy.com or contact Suzanne Skeete at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07507 228319.
Full article can be seen https://www.bmf.org.uk/BMF/Information_Centre/Articles/Blog/Mental-health-wellbeing-Developing-People-Delivering-Results.aspx
We really enjoyed delivering our 1st Aid for Mental Health yesterday with The Charlie Jay Foundation and Builders Merchants Federations. It was a fantastic day covering difficult subject but we still injected fun into the day. Thanks for making us feel so welcome and for the incredible feedback.
Hope to see you all soon.
Thanks ITV Central for inviting me to speak about the mental health of our young generation tomorrow evening. As you all know this is an area that we all at Tappy Twins feels so passionate about. Let’s raise awareness again tomorrow. No child should struggle alone with the mental health. Together we can all make a difference!
Also thanks to the Jeremy Vine Show for inviting me on today, so sorry I couldn’t make it.
With the end of summer term upon us, it is expected for things to wind down for the summer holidays. Not here though we are thrilled to have 3 new schools today in Gloucester and Birmingham. We are looking forward to working with you all.
Have a lovely summer everyone. A huge thanks to all of our schools across the country that have continually supported us over the past year. See you all in Autumn term.