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CPD

Continuous Professional Development

Book your place now on new mental health leadership course

I’d like to tell you about an exciting new blended leadership course that the ETF ELMAG 3 programme is offering between now and late March. It’s called “Breaking the Rules: An affirmative approach to mental health leadership”. I know you have lots of demands on your time, but I also know that if you vist this MHFE website it's becuase you want to make a difference aroudn mental health and wellbeing, i.e. you want to lead change.  Well that's what this course is about.

Understanding anxiety, depression and CBT

FutureLearn is offering a beginner’s course to increase understanding of anxiety, depression and CBT that is aimed at anyone with an interest in mental illness generally, and anxiety and depression in particular, e.g. 

My Work With MHFE

I first saw a link to the MHFE virtual secondees project on the NSUN (that’s National Survivor User Network) mailing and was really interested. I am a mental health service user, but had 6 years experience teaching in FE and HE. Funnily enough, I think it was the stress of this work that pushed me to breaking point! I became ill with stress and then after I lost my job my condition deteriorated. As part of my own recovery I completed an MA and then just last year finished an NVQ in Beauty therapy.

University of Huddersfield conference

I was really lucky last week and enjoyed a brilliant conference at Huddersfiled - and The Consortium for PCET.

Get 2 b in a Healthy FE College

This LSIS workshop on 8.12.2011 is your chance to see and experience first-hand being in a Healthy FE college. This event at Bradford College is for learning and skills providers who want to do more to promote health and wellbeing for all learners and staff.

Recipe for Success - handout for the questionnaire

Handout listing key influencing factors for internal and external partnerships generated through the literature search undertaken as part of the Recipe for Success project work.  This handout was sent to participating colleges along with a questionnaire.

Use it in conjunction with the questionnaire and recipe template as a tool for planning, team building, staff training or service review.

Virtual secondees to MHFE wanted. Apply now.

Remember when regional mental health network meetings and  other events meant you got regular  time out to find out what was going on, keep up to date with news, share and learn about good practice and were able to discuss issues freely with other people with an interest  in mental health and learning? Well, as a virtual secondee to MHFE those days could be back - the only catch is this time you'll be responsible for making things happen and doing it all online!

LSIS Project Report: Progression pathways for learners experiencing mental health problems

A summary of findings from projects delivered by 8 learning and skills providers early in 2011.  Emerging common themes about how to deliver effective services for people who experience mental health problems are identified together with recommendations for future research.  A brief summary of each project and its findings is available in the annex to the report.

PLEASE NOTE - the full case studies will be published shortly and available from the library.

Take Ten People (TTP): bibliography

Archived resource

This bibliography of sources used in developing the Take Ten People integrated approach to learning, skills and employment resources is included as part of the Take Ten People box set - a collection of resources.

Take Ten People (TTP): training materials

Archived resource

Part of the Take Ten People box set  and our  DIY CPD collection of resources that trainers can use to deliver training.

 This booklet includes practical CPD activities to support: 

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