Since January 2019, the NHS GG&C Mental Health Improvement Contract Working Group has been working in partnership with SAMH to deliver a program of learning opportunities to support increased knowledge and understanding about mental health.
From July to September 2021 the following online learning sessions will be on offer;
Sessions are delivered via MS Teams and Zoom. The links on this page contain promotional flyers with information on each learning opportunity including learning outcomes, who can apply to attend, dates and times. Sign up can be done via [email protected]
Sessions open to anyone working/volunteering within the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area
For further details: Greater Glasgow and Clyde Programme Flyer July - September 2021
Sessions open to those working/volunteering within Glasgow City Only.
For further details: Glasgow City Only Programme Flyer July – September 2021)
Sessions open to those working within customer service settings across the Greater Glasgow and Clyde Area.
For further details: Mental Health Supporting Customers July-September 2021
Session for managers working within workplaces across Greater Glasgow and Clyde, including those supported by the Healthy Working Lives Programme. Please see below available dates:
All bookings for these sessions will be made on Eventbrite - we encourage individuals to register a place for themselves, rather than have someone register on their behalf. This ensures sessions can easily be accessed on the day.
Please contact the team on [email protected] if you have any questions about this program of learning.
Using the WAP and sharing other resources from the session has opened up our team discussions around wellbeing. This has given me a much clearer insight into how my staff are feeling and managing with the pressures of our work and also personal issues that may impact on them within the work they do. Using the WAP helped us focus on MH&WB, to identify impact and issues at an earlier stage while working together to develop solutions and access supports.
If you are interested in hearing from people who have attended our Mental Health Learning Sessions, please read our Managing Mental Health in the Workplace case study here.