Peer Mentoring Training

The Peer Mentoring Programme is a great start for anyone looking at working one to one with adults. 

Here's all the training needed to become a Peer Mentor, available to anyone: 

  • Day 1 Peer mentoring training; Thurs 11th Oct- 10am-4pm @ Bath Football Club, Twerton Park, Twerton, BA2 1 DB ( John Reynolds Lounge)

  • Day 2 Peer Mentoring training; Thurs 18th Oct 10am-4pm@ Bath Football Club, Twerton

  • Safeguarding; Thur 25th Oct 10am-1.30pm @ Bath Fire Station, Bathwick Street, BA2 6PU

  • Respecting difference; Equality, Diversity & inclusion; Tue 30th Oct,  10am-12.30pm @ Bath City Farm, Kelston View,BA2 1NW

  • Lone-working; Thur 1st Nov 10.am-1.30pm @Futures Hub, Roper Building, Bath College, Avon Street, BA1 1UP

  • Make every contact count; delivered over 2 half days; Tue 6th & Tue 13th Nov 10am-1.30pm @ Bath Football Club, Twerton Park, BA2 1DB

  • Introduction to working with people with mental health; Tue 20th Nov 12 -4.30pm @Futures Hub, Bath College, Avon Street, BA1 1UP

If you want to go on any of these courses, just book via the Well-being College or the Volunteer Pass.

Each month we will be offering a short training session as part of the continual professional development for volunteers, below are the dates for the next sessions

 

  • 14th September 1-2.30pm at John Reynolds room, Bath Football Club, Twerton Park, Twerton  ; Virgin Healthy Lifestyles- short talk on what service they offer followed by a brief introduction to the law & volunteering (safeguarding/ E,I&D/ confidentiality/ Data protection)

 

  • 29th November 10-1.30pm at The Futures Hub, Bath College, Avon Street, Bath ; Be Heard in B&NES: Self-advocacy training with Swan Advocacy

New Hope exists thanks to St Mungo’s ‘Bridges to Wellbeing’ scheme, which provides funding and support for New Hope and its volunteers. ‘Bridges to Wellbeing’ aims to empower people affected by mental health issues, so they can get involved improving services they use.

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