Mental Health & Trauma Training
This training program will boost your confidence when it comes to working with vulnerable groups impacted by trauma.
Our bespoke training course Trauma Awareness Places & Spaces has been developed in partnership with volunteer groups and faith leaders to support the sector to understand what trauma and how it may impact the people you work with . The initial training course is free of charge and can be delivered at our offices, at your venue or from a suitable community space near you.
Trauma Awareness Places & Spaces
This training aims to help voluntary and faith sector groups become Trauma Aware by providing you with training and on-going support. Our Level 1 Trauma Awareness is a 4 hour course held at St Johns House in Bury.
Units covered in Level 1 Trauma Awareness: Places & Spaces
Trauma and mental health
PTSD and Complex Trauma
Childhood trauma and the brain
Behaviour and attachment
Trauma and Resilience
Workplace support, community care and self-care
Overall, the training will boost your confidence when it comes to understanding trauma and working with vulnerable groups.
After you have attended the Trauma Awareness Level 1 Training you will gain online access on all teaching materials and resources, from there you will also be able to join our L2 course Trauma Informed Community Practitioner. More details on this course coming soon.
Trauma Awareness: Places and Spaces has been developed by Greater Manchester Together and will be delivered by Rach Horne Mental Health Development Coordinator and trainee Art Psychotherapist.
This training has been developed with funding from GMCA Greater Manchester Combined Authority Violence Reduction Unit NHS Greater Manchester and GMCVO and organization who work together to drive economic and social inclusion in Greater Manchester
Registered for FREE training HERE
More Information Contact
For any questions about the event or training please feel free to call
Rach Horne Mental Health Development Coordinator 07743 560 307
How to find us
We're based at The Manchester Diocese
only a 1Omins walk from Bury Piccadilly Line
St Johns House