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Mental Health Awareness Training for Managers – Open Course Review

We ran our “Mental Health Awareness Training for Managers” open course in central London last November, the facilitator was Christine Clark.

Delegates from a diverse range of organisations attended including a law firm, a catering suppliers and a non-profit trade body.

Job roles varied but included an HR Administrator, a Senior HR Business Partner, a Transformation Consultant and a Director of Resources.

The training took place at the Jumeirah Hotel in Belgravia, central London.

At the end of the course, we asked the delegates the following questions and received the responses listed:

What topics were of most value to you?

  • Continuum and warning signs
  • Depression / Anxiety
  • The different types of mental health issues
  • All
  • All of it was relevant and well covered given the time
  • All topics really helpful and informative

Of least value?

  • All helpful
  • None, all valuable
  • None

What will you do differently as a result of attending this course?

  • Signpost people to more resources
  • Investigate how to coach managers, spread awareness
  • Approach issues with greater care and more confidence when supporting managers
  • Listen more and signpost more
  • Run internal sessions
  • Look up notes, read all the material provided and recommended

Please describe your overall experience of this course in a sentence below;

  • Thought provoking
  • Superb
  • Very informative
  • Good
  • Excellent and gave great ideas to tap into
  • Overall assessment of the training venue
  • Great venue
  • Excellent (used by several attendees)
  • Great

Do you have any other comments?

  • “Thank you Christine”
  • “Excellent day/course/trainer!”

 

Mental Health Awareness Training for Managers

 

Details of the next “Mental Health Awareness Training for Managers” open course can be found here

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