ISWAN’s Maritime Mental Health Awareness training
PLACES STILL AVAILABLE: ISWAN’s
Maritime Mental Health Awareness training
25 & 26 January 2022
Could you tell if a crew member needed help? Would you know what to do?
There is still time to book a place on our next Maritime Mental Health Awareness training, suitable for management-level personnel and mental wellbeing champions on shore and on board vessels.
This live, interactive course is delivered online across two half-days by Consultant Clinical Psychologist Dr Pennie Blackburn and will cover:
25 January 2022, 09:00-13:30 GMT
Module 1: Introduction to Mental Health
- Introduction to mental health
- Overview of types of mental health problems, mental health at sea and understanding the causes of mental health problems
- Tackling stigma and promoting crew cohesion
26 January 2022, 09:00-13:30 GMT
Module 2: Recognising Signs and First Response
- Developing capacity to recognise signs and symptoms of crew members who may be struggling with their mental health
- Overview of psychological first aid (PFA), including the role officers can play and the limitations of the role
- Essential skills to provide a timely first response
The course costs £200 per participant (plus Eventbrite fees) and includes a detailed Participant’s Manual and Certificate of Attendance.
All profits from this training will go directly towards the operating costs of ISWAN’s charitable services.
Please forward this e-mail to anyone who might find this training useful. If you have any questions, please visit the booking page via the link above for more information or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you there!