Lifetimes Training and Events


Lifetimes runs a training and events program throughout the year for voluntary and community organisations. 

We actively encourage attendees on any of our courses to bring leaflets, posters and flyers from their organisations to our training sessions as other attendees and their organisations will benefit from this information.

Last year we organised: 
 
- 22 training sessions and community events

- That were attended by 606 people

If you have any questions about any of our courses please call 020 8875 2849 or e -mail assistant@life-times.org.uk.


 

'Mental Health in the Workplace'- Upcoming Training Available

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Lifetimes have designed and written a new training course, 'Mental Health in the Workplace'.

In this course you will increase your understanding of signs and symptoms of common mental health problems.

24 July 2019 10.30am – 16.30pm

100 Wandsworth High Street (Entrance down All Saints Passage) SW18 4LA

Please note: The training venue is on the 2nd floor with no lift access.

Unfortunately, lunch will not be provided. 
£49 per person. Please note this is subsidised and there is no refund policy, however you are able to transfer your ticket to another person if you so wish.

 

Click here to book your place.

 

If you would like more information or have any questions regarding this course, please email assistant@life-times.org.uk


 

'Mental Health in the Community'- Upcoming Training Available

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Lifetimes will be delivering a training ‘Mental Health in the Community’.

The 3 hours’ course will cover mental health issues such as depression, suicide and anxiety, but importantly includes the topics of self-care, resilience and signposting to local and national support and resources.

This bespoke training course is accompanied by a certificate and a training manual for trainees to use as a reference guide and has had excellent feedback from those who have attended previously.

10 July 2019 13.30-16.30.

100 Wandsworth High Street (Entrance down All Saints Passage) SW18 4LA 

Please note: The training venue is on the 2nd floor with no lift access.

Unfortunately, lunch will not be provided.

£25 per person. Please note this is subsidised and there is no refund policy, however you are able to transfer yourticket to another person if you so wish.

 

Click here to book your place.

 

If you would like more information or have any questions regarding this course, please email assistant@life-times.org.uk


 

New for 2019- Mental Health in Early Years Training

Mental Health in Early Years is a short mental health awareness course, written and delivered by Lifetimes.

• Develop an understanding of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s)

• Explore how ACEs can impact on the developing child

• The importance and impact of attachment

• Understand the importance of relationships and resilience building

Resources and strategies to support parents and carers and ways to develop coping strategies for children and those that support them.

The course covers key developmental stages in the early years from 0-11, issues that can effect mental health and well-being at key stages, resources and strategies to support parents and carers and ways to develop coping strategies for children and those that support them.


If you would like to express interest in this course, then please email us: assistant@life-times.org.uk

 


 

Certitude in Partnership with Lifetimes, will be running ‘Learning Disability and Autism Awareness Training’.

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Certitude in partnership with Lifetimes will be running a half day training session incorporating all of Certitudes training modules as part of Mental Health Awareness week on Tuesday 14th of May 13.30pm- 16.30pm.


These will include information on ‘Health Action Plans and Passports’, the ‘ Mental Capacity Act and DoLs in Healthcare’, ‘Effective Health Advocacy’, ‘Reasonable Adjustments, Legislation and Case Studies’, Health Inequality and the Confidential Enquiry’ and ‘An in Depth Learning Disability and Autism Awareness’.


More information on these modules can be found here.


There is limited space available and we will only be accepting one person per organisation.

If this is something you would be interested in, then please send us your expression of interest at assistant@life-times.org.uk.

 


 

 Meet the Funder Event for Mental Health Awareness Week- Place Maker Fund

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Lifetimes will be hosting a 'Meet the Funder- The Place Maker Fund' event for voluntary sector groups, as part of Mental Health Awareness Week on the 15th of May 10.30am- 12.30am.

The fund will award grants to local groups, organisations and charities that share a passion and commitment to changing lives and enhancing communities.

Check to see if you could be eligible here

The event will include a presentation, a Q & A and an informal meet and greet with tea and cake.

There is limited space available and we will only be accepting one person per organisation.

If this is something you would be interested in, then please send assistant@life-times.org.uk your expression of interest along with attendee's details, a bit about your organisation and the projects that you are currently delivering, to be pre-sent to the funders.

 

 

 

Eventbrite - Wandsworth Funding Workshop

 

New Capacity Building Training Courses delivered by Lifetimes

 

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Experts in Evaluation Training- Tools to Measure your Volunteer Programm


What difference do your volunteers make to your group or organisation and to the people and communities you serve? How can you prove it, evidence it, and make a stronger case for funding your volunteer programme?

In a time of cuts, there are increasing pressures on organisations that involve volunteers to monitor and evaluate the contribution they make. This training will provide you with effective methods for evaluating your volunteering programme and proving its value and impact.


This includes:

• How volunteers help the organisation to achieve its mission and service its target communities
• How volunteers themselves benefit from that experience
• How this benefits the wider community

Please get in touch with expression of interest- assistant@life-times.org.uk and we will be sure to contact you with future dates and venues.



Understanding and using outcomes

 

Are you able to demonstrate the effects of your organisation’s work?

Are your funders asking you to report on the changes in your beneficiaries’ lives resulting from your projects? Would you like to learn how to measure and report on the effects of your work?

• What are outcomes?
• How to identify relevant outcomes for your work
• How to measure your outcomes
• The benefits of having an outcomes focus
• Methods for collecting information on your outcomes
• How to build a framework to monitor your outcomes
•How to report and use your outcomes information

Please get in touch with expression of interest- assistant@life-times.org.uk and we will be sure to contact you with future dates and venues.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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