About this Event
Businesses are trying their best to survive during these challenging times, and while business stability is important, it's also important to ensure both your own, and your team's mental health is protected and supported.
Our Introduction to Mental Health & Wellbeing Event will run on 9th November for 2 hours, and will cover everything from detecting poor mental health in your teams, to actively addressing the topic and supporting staff in multiple ways.
To start off, you will hear from Amber Cowburn, Director, Trainer and Consultant for Working Well which delivers bespoke solutions to businesses, empowering and equipping them to be mental health aware workplaces. The second part of the session, we will hand over to Ross Jackson-Hicks from Man Down; a Cornish mental health charity offering safe spaces to meet the current emotional and mental health needs of men as well as Sophie from Georgia's Voice, a small, free, confidential support groups for young women with mental health concerns (Sophie's Story Video).
Event running times:
- 10am - Welcome & Introduction
- 10.15am - Amber Cowburn - Working Well
- 11.00am - Break
- 11.10am - Man Down - Ross Jackson Hicks
- 11.30am - Georgia's Voice - Sophie Alway
- 11.50am - Group Discussion & Questions
- 12.00pm - 12.15pm Finish
PLEASE NOTE: As this event is fully-funded by the European Social Fund and Truro and Penwith College, the team will contact you to collect relevant eligibility forms needed for the Hospitality Table Cornwall and Employer Led Skills project. All you need to do is sign-up via Eventbrite, provide your correct contact details so that we can get in touch and you will receive the online event link once successfully returning the forms.
You must be part of a SME business in Cornwall to be eligible for this fully-funded event
Parts of this virtual event will be recorded for marketing and training purposes. If you do not give your consent to being in the recording, please let us know when booking.
For more information about the course, and to get in touch, please email email@example.com or call 01872 308197.