Training

Here are the latest training courses and workshops from our members and partners.

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MHNE Horticultural Therapy Sessions - Stanley

Grow your own plants/veg/herbs!

Every Monday (10am – 3pm) 11th June to 16th July at Muddy Boots, Causey near Stanley, County Durham.

Only a limited amount of places so book your space - click here for a flyer for the course and an application form (Word) to return to us.

Greening the Gap’s mission is to encourage people to enjoy the benefits of Muddy Boots, set in beautiful countryside surrounded by a range of fabulous attractions.  Tanfield Steam Railway, Causey Arch (the oldest railway bridge in the world) and the famous Beamish Open Air Museum are short walks away.

Over the summer, discover the delights of creating your own planting area. Learn how to sow and plant seedlings to grow your own vegetables, herbs and vegetables, working in our undercover horticultural therapy centre with our experienced horticulturalists.

Why you should get involved? Participants at our sessions last year said:

“It was great helping each other”

“Learnt so much about wildlife, animals and outdoor stuff”

“Spending time in large groups can be such fun”

“Learnt how to make a planter”

“Reminded that I love nature and enjoy it”

“Cheap and easy to do”

"Didn’t last long enough. Lots of smiley faces at the end of the day."

MHNE Training

MHNE Training is the training arm of Mental Health North East, a charity that works to improve and protect mental health services in the region.

Our aim - is to educate and inform employers and staff about mental health. Mental health problems affect 1 in 4 people each year* so most employers can expect to encounter the issue at some point.

Mental Health Training

Our training helps build understanding and awareness of mental health so that employers:

  • can spot the early warning signs;
  • are comfortable talking to people about mental health issues;
  • know how to manage staff mental health appropriately; and can signpost people to additional support if it’s needed.

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