Training and Development
The Anxiety Map Programme is committed to providing quality anxiety access and mental health awareness training. Available training packages include:
Anxiety Access Training Programme
The Anxiety Access Training was developed to raise awareness of the need for anxiety accessibility and to work with businesses and organisations to look at how their venues can be made more accessible.
Anxiety accessibility is important because for many people, living with an anxiety or panic disorder can make everyday activities overwhelming and frightening. By creating spaces within venues for people to take a moment, these activities can be made easier and more accessible to all.
Currently The Anxiety Access Programme is focusing on four key areas to deliver this training:
- City centre venues and public spaces.
- Leisure centres and fitness venues
- Offices and workplaces
- Large scale venues such as stadiums and theatres
If you would like to be one of the first venues to receive this training or discuss options for your business or organisation, please get in touch.
Anxiety Access Consultancy Services
Alongside our Anxiety Access Training Programme, AMP offers a monthly consultancy service, which works on helping businesses and organisations to implement changes to make their venues accessible. This focuses on:
- Communication and focus groups with customers
- Collection and understanding of lived experience feedback
- Venue visits and assessments
- Workplace office assessments to understand the needs of staff members who may be experiencing anxiety in the workplace.
To discuss options for your organisation, please get in touch.
Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention Training
- Mental Health First Aid England Training - Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is a training course which teaches people how to identify, understand and help someone who may be experiencing a mental health issue.
- Suicide First Aid Training - Suicide First Aid (SFA) teaches learners the skills to support people who may be experiencing suicidal thoughts and how to keep them safe until further help arrives.
To discuss your training requirements, get in touch.