Eligibility for a funded training place
This training has been funded by Public Health at Brighton & Hove City Council. To be eligible for a funded place you need to be working in the Brighton & Hove area with people in vulnerable or high risk groups. As a guide, training places are initially limited to 3 places per course, per organisation. However, for larger organisations further places may be available.
The following exclusion criteria apply to eligibility for funded places:
- People not working or volunteering within Brighton & Hove City
- Staff working in traditional Adult Social Care roles
- Employees of Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
If you are unsure about your eligibility for a funded place, or would like further information please contact Grassroots Suicide Prevention directly.
What is 'One in Four'?
One in Four is a half-day mental health workshop, which is informal but challenging, with an emphasis on experiential learning and participation. It uses the expertise of people who have direct experience of mental ill health.
Who is it for?
Anyone who wants to find out more about mental health.
What are the training goals?
The session combines various teaching methods including discussion, simulation, quiz activities and personal accounts. Each participant receives a resource pack with further learning materials and information about sources of support with mental health issues.
The core aims of the training are:
To raise awareness of mental health issues
To provide an insight into the experience of living with mental illness
To challenge stigma towards people with experience of mental ill health
Getting to the Venue
The Valley Social Centre is well served by the number 1/1A/21/21A buses (the St Cuthmans Church stop) and has a small car park with overflow on-street free parking. The building is next door to the St Cuthmans Church, and is made mainly from corrugated steel, with a large sign on the front saying “Café Open”. If entering from the street you need to go down some stairs to reach the entrance.
Timings & Breaks
The course runs from 1.30pm to 5pm. It is important you arrive promptly– we promise to finish on time! We will have refreshment breaks during the session and drinks and biscuits will be provided.
If you are unable to attend due to illness you will need to send us a copy of a medical certificate for cancellation fees to be waived.
Delegate substitutions can be made at any time without charge.
1. Paying Places
Cancellation with more than 4 weeks’ notice – 10% charge
Cancellation with 1-4 weeks’ notice – 50% charge
Less than 1 week’s notice – no refund
2. Brighton & Hove City Council Funded Places
If you have been allocated a Brighton & Hove City Council funded place it is our policy to charge a fee (currently £25 for half-day courses) for non-attendance with less than one week’s notice. This is because there are certain costs that we incur in organising the course and these are non-refundable at short notice. We have introduced this policy because if we are unable to demonstrate good attendance to our funders it will be more difficult to secure future funding for these courses.
Whole Courses can be a cost-effective way of training your team in your own venue. If your organisation is based in Brighton & Hove and works with at risk target groups we may be able to offer a discount based on the allocation of funded places. Please contact us to discuss your exact training needs, and possible discounts and funding options.
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Grassroots Suicide Prevention
Grassroots Suicide Prevention deliver training that saves lives. Very few, if any of us, are untouched by suicide. We believe that suicide is a community health problem and that suicide can be prevented.
We promote and deliver ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention SKills Training), a 2 day workshop that teaches a model of suicide first aid. ASIST has been developed by LivingWorks and has been delivered to over 1 million people worldwide.
We offer a range of training programmes to complement ASIST, including SafeTALK (Suicide Alertness), One in Four (Mental Health Awareness), MHFA (Mental Health First Aid), and Self Injury (Working with Self Injury).
In-house training options are available, please contact us for further information.