Trainer Network For Trainers On The Frontline

 Are you delivering training to those working on the frontline? Do you work in schools, services and with organisations who work with children, young people and their families? Who supports you? How do you find spaces to network with others who do what you do? Do you sometimes feel isolated? Or maybe, you’d like some new ideas to support you in your work.

However you ended up on this page, you were probably thinking about how you can be THE best trainer/facilitator/speaker for the community that you serve. Whether you work independently across many schools, services or organisations or solely within your own organisation delivering to colleagues, rest assured, you’re home!

Meeting monthly, on the first Tuesday of the month between 7pm and 8.30pm, we have a format that creates the ultimate online learning and connecting space.

7.00 – 7.30 – Facilitated main room checking in, settling in and calling in

7.30 – 8.00 – Specialist Speaker for 20 minutes and 10 minutes for questions

8.00 – 8.20 – Networking in smaller groups in breakout rooms

8.20 – 8.30 – Main room gathering themes, speaker needs and saying hello to new connections you’ve spotted

8.30 CLOSE

The next meeting is on 6th July 2021 and 25% of your ticket value goes to a charity of the speakers choosing. 

**SPEAKER FOR 6th July 2021**

Sue Wheatcroft

Founder of Derbyshire Borderline Personality Disorder Support Groups on how she is moving the conversation forward in Mental health services.

Sue is as an academic and published author with a PhD in
History, researching the experiences of disabled children during WW2. After a two year ‘crisis’, during which time Sue received a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder (BPD) and spent time in prison, she left her academic life behind and became committed to bringing about change for those who have been failed by the mental health services and those whose condition has led to contact with the criminal justice system. In the past four years Sue has worked (as a volunteer) for the Revolving Doors Agency, the Prison Reform Trust, RETHINK Mental Illness and the East Midlands Academic Health Science Network (EMAHSN) and has received the Janey Antoniou award for her work as a mental health campaigner. In 2017, Sue founded the Derbyshire BPD Support Groups, which now has members from all over the UK as well as from India and Switzerland.

Sue will be talking to us about:

Introduction and why BPD?
o What is BPD?
o Different types of childhood trauma (‘Beth in Leeds’ storyboard)
o Emotions and BPD
Conclusion and Questions


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