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What can we learn from the CLMH research projects' experience?

Why not join #WMHD2017 webinars to find out!

Those who joined us yesterday to hear ‘the Keyboard Cat's’ view on adult education and mental health, were not disappointed. Richard Probert’s presentation was an honest and engaging reflection on the CLMH research experience and how the research has impacted on his and his organisation’s thinking and practice and set him on a learning journey.

Today we have two webinars that we would love you to join and contribute to.

Image showing details of our 2 lunch and learn sessions on 25.10.2017

  • At 12.30, register to hear Sarah Wraith and Karen Hanson talk about the future of adult learning in Sheffield and what difference has the experience of CLMH research made to their service design and delivery.

  • At 13.00, register for more from CLMH research as Lou Mycroft asks ‘What's our wellbeing like? and presents the preliminary findings from a survey of FE educators involved in the DfE Community Learning | Mental Health Research (CLMH).

Don’t forget to check and register for three more webinars that we have lined up:

Friday, 27 October at 12.30 - Access to Mental Health Support Service for Apprentices - Chris Kingsbury from Remploy will provide an overview of the Workplace Mental Health Support Service (MHSS), including the facts and stats around mental health; the purpose and aim of MHSS; the eligibility and referral process; the service structure, potential support and interventions.

Monday, 30 October at 12.30 - Did we turn challenges into opportunities? - two CLMH research project leads, Tracey Attard from Luton and Patricia Dillon-Russell from Kent project, will take turns to reflect 'on how our participation has affected our future delivery of courses in adult education.'

Tuesday, 31 October at 12.30 - In conversation with Dame Ruth Silver: Mental wellbeing and leadership - Kathryn James interviews Dame Ruth Silver – president of FETL (The Further Education Trust for Leadership) about their work and priorities about mental health and wellbeing