Training for your organisation
We have a wealth of experience in delivering training and consultancy services to a wide range of clients, including major blue chip companies, SMEs, health bodies, schools and colleges and other voluntary sector organisations. We can support organisations of all sizes and from different sectors as well as supporting staff and pupils in the education sector.
We’ve delivered training to a range of organisations, such as: Cancer Research UK; The Shard; E.ON Energy; Queen Ethelburga’s School; ATL teachers’ union; and Age UK.
“I wanted to thank you so much for running the training session with us last week. It was really brilliant and I’ve had a number of staff let me know that they had learnt a great deal.” -
Kate Le Cocq, Head of Student Services
Queen Ethelburgas School
“Anxiety and panic attacks were issues which had been highlighted by our students as being significant and I know that students were grateful that this had been acknowledged. Having spoken to several students who were in your workshops, they said that your presentation was a good source of information for them and that it had made them think a lot more about the difficulties faced by those who suffered from anxiety.”
Trafford General Hospital
“The Anxiety UK panic attack training provided me with a useful understanding of panic attacks, and practical knowledge which will enable me to confidently and effectively help panic sufferers presenting at A&E in future. I would highly recommend this training.” -
Jan Kelly, A&E Sister/Practice Educator
Cancer Research UK
“The trainer has a great presenting style, with lots of examples from her own practice which is really useful. I came away with lots of practical techniques for dealing with health anxiety.”
The View from the Shard
“I didn’t know much before this event but it has really opened my eyes about anxiety. An excellent session: I learnt a lot and feel more confident in understanding the subject.”
“I wish I knew this before - it would have helped me intervene earlier before the anxiety increased. The section on dealing with stress helped me recognise what I do that helps.”
Mental health in the workplace
Work-related stress, anxiety and depression costs the UK economy some £70-100 billion and 70 million sick days each year. However, it’s not just the financial cost to your business that’s important, but also the impact on your employees and their perception of you as an employer. A good employer values, supports and invests in their staff.
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Mental health in schools
Many young people experience anxiety, stress or anxiety-based depression. Ensuring that they have the support and skills to manage these conditions is vital. Some 81% of teachers report that their poor mental health has a negative impact on the quality of their relationships with pupils. On average, three children in every class have a mental health problem.
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We offer bespoke training packages that will cater for your individual needs. We’ll also help you to carry out an
audit of your workplace well-being initiatives and will engage specialists to deliver dedicated support, tailored to meet your objectives.
Our core training packages include:
- Stress and anxiety in the workplace for staff
- Stress and anxiety in the workplace for managers
- Stress and anxiety in schools for teachers
- Stress and anxiety in schools for pupils
- Understanding and supporting panic attacks
- Transport and anxiety
- Nutrition and anxiety
- Building your resilience
We also deliver training for Mindful Employer: you can find their training options here.
Our packages include a range of information, discussion and practical activities designed to reflect and enhance your current
mental health understanding and provision. The workshop will help you to:
- Understand and recognise how anxiety affects the mind and body.
- Know what to look out for when you think your colleagues, employees or pupils are struggling with their mental health.
- Learn about different types of anxiety and ways to manage these at home and in the workplace/school.
Our workplace-based training also looks at how to discuss mental health with a manager or supervisee and how your organisation
can become a positive mental health ambassador.
Further workplace support
Take a look here to see how we can provide EAP support for your company.
Training workshop costs
We offer the following options.
- 60-90 mins Introduction to the topic £350 (charities £300)
- 3-3 ½ hr workshop £750 (charities £650)
- Full day (2 x workshops on the same day/venue) £1200(charities £1100)
Group package discount: Enjoy a 10% discount on these costs if you have a Group or Corporate Membership package.
The above prices exclude travel and accommodation costs. We can negotiate reduced prices for smaller organisations. Please note: The maximum number of attendees on a training workshop is 20 people. For higher numbers, there will be a supplementary fee.
To book a workshop, please fill in the form below and we’ll contact you to discuss what we can do to help you.