“Best training course I’ve been on! Interactive, factual, lots of info, activities – great balance and was never bored. The trainer is really great at what she does. Really enjoyed the course.”
**Training and mindfulness courses - postponed until end April 2020**
Further to Government guidance with regard to the continuously evolving response to COVID19, Norfolk and Waveney Mind has taken the decision to postpone all our training and mindfulness courses over the next six weeks (to end April). It is with deep regret that we are having to do this but we obviously need to ensure the safety of all our delegates and trainers.
We will continually monitor this position and keep all our delegates/clients and our wesbite up-to-date with regard to when we intend to commence rescheduling and delivering training.
Whether you are interested in supporting your own wellbeing or someone else’s, as the largest mental health charity in Norfolk and Waveney, our training team are uniquely placed to provide you with high-quality, relevant and interactive training on mental health, wellbeing, and mindfulness.
You may be an individual looking to learn more about mental health or mindfulness, an employer wanting to support your staff with effective training, or a school/college looking to provide your children and young people with new ways to manage anxieties that you see arising in their experience.
Our qualified and experienced training team can provide the resources and tools you – or your staff, volunteers, or students – need to learn about mental health, wellbeing, self-compassion, and mindfulness.
We regularly run open training courses for individuals, and offer competitive group rates for any of our courses to be delivered on your premises. We also welcome invitations to consult with you to design training courses or programmes of training to meet your organisation’s requirements.
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For the last ten years, we have worked with local businesses to support staff well-being, improve resilience and effectively respond to poor mental health. We have done this using an evidence-based workplace wellbeing strategy that combines a program of training, wellbeing resources and mental health tools.
Whether you are looking to learn more about mental health, continue your professional development or build your skills we have a range of courses for you. All our training reflects our values, is trauma informed and uses the practises and principles associated with the recovery model.
Mindfulness in Schools [.b] pronounced [dot-be] stands for “Stop, breathe and be!” and is delivered across nine lessons. We can to offer open .b mindfulness workshops for young people. We currently offer courses in schools for students aged 11-18.