EduCare Mental Wellbeing in Sport & Physical Activity Online Training
This new course is aimed at those who participate in sport and their support networks such as coaches, family and medical support staff, and was written in partnership with Jane Fylan, UK Athletics Welfare & Compliance Deputy and is endorsed by Double Gold Olympic medallist, Dame Kelly Holmes DBE.
The course will provide you with:
- A greater awareness of common mental health disorders and their prevalence amongst sports people
- Information about how to recognise some of the warning signs of common mental health disorders
- Increased understanding of how the pressures of sport can impact on mental health
- Improved understanding of the health benefits of participating in sport and physical activity
- Increased knowledge regarding what to do if you are concerned about someone
- Information about how to promote mental wellbeing in sport.
MIND Mental Health Awareness for Sport & Physical Activity Online Training
MIND have launched their new online learning course. It has been developed based on learning from the Get Set to Go programme and our independent evaluation led by Loughborough University; to build upon the successful face to face training course.
This online version means that anyone who delivers coaching in clubs, community sport and physical activity – such as coaches, activators, sports administrators, front of house staff or volunteers – can access the course, anywhere in the country!
The four modules will:
- Build people’s resilience, self-esteem and confidence
- Adapt your sessions to make them more inclusive
- Enable and support mental health recovery
- Tackle stigma and discrimination
Mental Health First Aid Training
Mental Health First Aid England offer a range of evidence-based mental health training for individuals and organisations from awareness raising to skill development including half day, 1 day & 2 day Mental Health First Aid courses.