From all the team at March on Stress, we would like to wish you, your colleagues and your families a very merry Christmas and a happy and peaceful New Year.
Instead of sending Christmas cards, we have, once again, donated to charity - this year we are giving to Macmillan Cancer Support.
Thank you to all of our clients and friends for working with us to make a difference to mental health in the workplace this year. We look forward to working with you again in 2017 and hope you’ll join us at our first ever conference – see details below.
Best wishes Neil, Karla, Gavin, Georgina, Kirstin, Natasha, Roy and all the March on Stress Team
Join us in London on 15 March 2017 for the first March on Stress Conference – ‘Dealing with Stress and Trauma at Work - Evidence & Experience’.
The focus of the conference is mental health in the workplace – with presentations on the impact of, and how to manage, both traumatic and occupational stress and we have some excellent and interesting speakers and sessions planned.
It’s a great opportunity for anyone working in, or interested in, mental health or trauma in the workplace.
Bookings are open now, with an early bird price of just £130 plus VAT per delegate until 31st December. From 1st January the price will be £150 plus VAT. Discounts are available for public sector and charity organisations.
Our confirmed all comers course dates for the New Year are as follows:
TRiM Practitioners – 30-31 January (London) COURSE NEARLY FULL, please contact us for details
TRiM Managers – 1-2 February (London) COURSE FULL, please contact us to join the waiting list
Breaking Bad News workshop – 3 February
StRaW Practitioner – 22-23 February (London)
TRiM Practitioner – 27-28 March (Exeter)
TRiM Manager – 29-30 March (Exeter)
Our Breaking Bad News workshop is usually only run within organisations, so if you just have one or two people to train or who would benefit from this session, don’t miss this great opportunity at a very reasonable cost.
Please click here for more details on our upcoming courses and bookings and keep an eye on our website for new dates to be added! For information on booking training at your location, please get in touch at email@example.com.
As part of our continuing commitment to provide the highest quality training, we continually strive to update and improve our courses and are pleased to announce we have added an element to both our TRiM and StRaW Manager training to enable trained Managers to deliver a ‘Trauma Awareness’ briefing back in their organisation. This will be a light touch presentation that can be added to staff inductions, workshops or lunchtime sessions. We hope it will be a useful addition to the skillset that we already provide to delegates attending our Manager training.
StRaW (Sustaining resilience at Work) is our mental health at work training. It’s based on sound scientific evidence and is a peer support system to spot signs of mental distress in an occupational setting, that might otherwise go unnoticed, ensuring your staff get the help they may need at an early stage.
We were joined by a great group of delegates on our last StRaW all comers course in November, and have been busy delivering the training at various organisations. You can join us in London for the next StRaW course in February 2017 with a few places still available.
We are also currently developing some supporting materials to accompany the course handbook and risk assessment process – with dedicated StRaW leaflets being finalised. Let us know if you would like more details.
Professor Neil Greenberg, appeared in The Telegraph on 30 November 2016, giving his expert and insightful view into why people don’t seek help for their mental health. To read the full article, please click here.
We’ve added a new page to our website to answer some of the most common questions we are asked about TRiM training. On the TRiM FAQs page we hope to answer your questions and dispel some myths. We hope you find it useful and if have any further questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UK has a new, fully operational specialist team of health experts to tackle outbreaks of deadly disease – with March on Stress Director Professor Neil Greenberg one of the experts involved.
The new team is led by Public Health England and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, with King’s College London and the University of Oxford forming part of the research consortium.
To read more, please click here.
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