Welcome to BDLD’s resource page for Twining training courses.Below you will find the slides and handouts for the various courses that we deliver within your organisation. If you feel that there’s anything missing, then get in touch and we’ll see if we can put something together.Bob and Kevin.
Mental Health AwarenessOne-day course designed to explain the main disorders and what treatment teams do to support recovery.ResourcesMind offer a superb set of booklets/leaflets that endorse and build on the points that we make in the training - please find links below.Guide to depressionAnxiety and panicEating problems and disordersPsychosisPersonality disordersWho’s Who in Mental HealthRelationship Map Wellness Action Plan for employees Wellness Action Plan for managersSectioning – rights, terms and different sectionsMaking Sense of Psychiatric MedicationFor those of you wishing to explore disorders further, you may wish to browse the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) and the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) - the two manuals used worldwide to define and diagnose all disorders (N.B. DSM is purely mental health disorders, ICD covers all mental and physical conditions).Link to ICD-11Link to DSM-5Goal Setting Half-day course on helping clients to set robust goals.ResourcesDecision MakingHalf-day course on guiding clients to make decisions.ResourcesSupporting a Client in CrisisOne-day course in supporting clients experiencing a panic attack, self-harming behaviour, an acute psychotic episode or suicidal thoughts.ResourcesRelationship BuildingA half-day course covering rapport-building, inspiring people and setting boundaries.ResourcesSelf-CareHalf-day course on safeguarding your own well-being when supporting people with mental health issues.ResourcesSupporting DisclosureA one-day course covering the vital area of disclosing personal facts to a potential employer. The course covers health and mental health disclosure, criminal convictions disclosure and the broader subject of telling an employer something about yourself that you think may have a negative impact on their view of you.ResourcesThe Benefits System and Understanding the SectorTwo half-day courses, delivered back-to-back. The morning looks at how the benefits system works and what the most recent welfare reforms are; the afternoon looks at “welfare to work” services, how they operate and their interconnectivity.ResourcesYoutube Videosshown on our courses (and others recommended by us)