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Mental Health Train the Trainer Workshop

The Mental Health Train the Trainer workshop was designed by Tina Barton, Director of Education & Engagement of the Parallel Lives Network, to ignite discussion, help to build awareness and contribute to normalising the conversation in a range of settings around Mental Health & Well-being.

This training provides several creative communication tools and activities, that attendees are able to use in their own work and engagement with local communities and organisations they support.

All activities can be adapted to enable the creative engagement of children, young people and adults and can be used in a range of environments including classrooms, community settings, youth groups, workplaces etc. Each activity provides an overview of delivery, tools and equipment needed, an estimated duration of how long the activity will last and details of the outcomes that can be achieved from its delivery.

The whole ethos of the training is focused on normalising the conversation around Mental Health & Well-being, helping individuals to become more aware, confident and understanding of others. Recognising that people do things differently in different parts of the world and how sharing best practice, tools and expertise can contribute to impacting change.

The Documentary Media Centre partnered with the Parallel Lives Network in the creation of this training and provided participants with a Certificate of Recognition on completion.

There is also a participant certificate template included in the Train the Trainer Resource Pack provided to individuals participating in their engagement activities.

Thanks to Dr. Mark Charlton, Director of Sustainable Development Goal Impact and Net Zero Research Theme Director at the SDG16 Impact Hub, De Montfort University, Leicester UK.