We have a range of training available for individuals in recovery from substance and alcohol misuse and/or poor mental health. Training can help us make positive connections, develop our skills and to give us focus.
The training that is available to you is:
John Muir Award in Conservation
It is an environmental awards scheme focused on wild places. It is a way to connect with nature and appreciate nature, greenspace and wild landscapes. It will help promote personal development through outdoor experience and to encourage awareness, understanding and responsibility for wild spaces.
LIFE supports service users to reintegrate back into their communities, enhance their CVs and encourage meaningful use of time. Outcomes are evidenced throughout the duration of the course, allowing participants to reflect on what they’ve learnt so far in their journey and discuss how they are going to practically apply the knowledge and skills they have gained.
The focus of interpersonal skills is for the you to explore and identify your own interpersonal skills, and what effect these may have when communicating with others.
By the end of the course, you will be able to have gained understanding of interpersonal skills and will be able to identify the categories of communication. The term ‘active listening’ will have been explored and you will have gained a clearer understanding of this. You will have an understanding of how questions are used to gain information and to provide constructive feedback where necessary. You will gain an understanding of what personal and profession boundaries are and will explore situations where boundaries need to be considered. You will also explore how values, beliefs and behaviours effect interaction with communication.
If you would like to get involved as a volunteer and access other training click here to see what volunteering positions are available.