Do you know how to respond if a staff member is having an emotional crisis and it’s affecting their work?
This workshop gives leaders the first-aid skills to be better able to support Educators experiencing mental health concerns.
During the session, your Leadership team will develop the skills required to help others in their time of need as well as gain the confidence to provide valuable emotional support.
Outcomes: Creating a safe space for Educators and responding to mental health concerns.
Duration: 2 hours
Location: At your service, we come to you
Audience: Leadership teams
Cost: Request a quote
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Mention first-aid and most of us think of resuscitation or dealing with injuries or burns. But what should you do if you encounter someone having a panic attack, behaving aggressively (perhaps because of alcohol or drugs), or appearing suicidal?
In any year, more than one in five Australians over the age of 16 have a common diagnosable mental illness.
Workshop participants will learn the signs and symptoms of these mental health problems, how to help, and, importantly, what sort of help has been shown by research to be effective. The course takes a broad preventive approach, teaching how to recognise the signs that some common mental health problems might be developing or are in their early stages.
Developing mental health problems covered:
In the wake of recent events, it is more important than ever to provide emotional support for Educators. This 2-hour in-house workshop has been designed by mental health experts and ECE leaders. This workshop will help you identify the signs and triggers of mental health issues, as well as develop skills for responding confidently when supporting Educators during these times.
Supporting Educators’ Mental Health is a 2-hour in-house program customised specifically for leadership teams in ECE and OSHC.
Keep everyone happy and health by creating an environment of psychological safety
Support your team and respond appropriately to a mental health crisis.
De-escalate situations to ensure children and staff are kept safe
Feel confident when providing emotional support