Monday, 25 March 2013

Funded Mental Health and Suicide Intervention Training

Funded Mental Health and Suicide Intervention Training

Are you eligible for some funded training?

Grassroots is very happy to be able to offer a number of funded suicide alertness, suicide intervention and mental health training places, provided by NHS Brighton & Hove.
In previous years we have been able to offer funded places completely free of charge, but this year we are asking participants to contribute a small amount (£6 for half-day, £16 for 2-day) towards the cost of the training. This will go towards essential admin, as well as refreshments and venue hire, and will allow us to provide more training in a more sustainable way.

To be eligible for a place funded by NHS Brighton & Hove you need to be working in the Brighton & Hove area with/for one of the following target groups:

People who have experienced domestic abuse; Survivors of sexual abuse; Prison leavers; Ex-service personnel; People who are unemployed or at risk of unemployment; People who are homeless and those at risk of homelessness; Older people; Emergency services; LGBT; Women during or after pregnancy; People bereaved by suicide; BME communities; People who self harm; People with long term physical conditions; People experiencing financial difficulties; Mental Health services; Substance misuse services; Male specific projects; People experiencing relationship breakdown; High risk occupational groups (doctors, dentists, vets, farmers etc.); Refugees and asylum seekers; Teachers and welfare/pastoral services at schools, colleges and universities.

Funded training is limited to 3 places per course per organisation, and if in doubt participants should check with their manager/training coordinator before booking to ensure that places are available for their organisation.

For more information about funded places please contact us directly at or on 01273 675764.

For an overview of all available courses, and to book a place please click here.

Course dates are as follows:

For information about whole courses and bespoke training not covered by these funded places please contact us, or find more information on our website 

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