Level 2 accredited mental health and wellbeing.

Endeavour Care Training
Delivery Method: Face-to-face

In the current pandemic of COVID 19. We can also arrange any course to be delivered to you and your staff via webinar. 20 delegates for 3 hours £150

Who is the course for?

To provide healthcare support workers and adult social care workers with an overview of the subject, enabling an understanding of mental health and wellbeing enabling staff to support the person and where to seek help and advice.

What is it mapped to?

Level 2 award enables learners to achieve the standard required, knowledge and understanding of a subject relevant to their own work setting.

What does the course include?

  • The aims of this training course are for learners to understand;
  • No Health without Mental Health
  • Defining Mental Health
  • Recognising symptoms of a Mental Health Disorder
  • Responding appropriately
  • Referring a person with a Mental Health Disorder
  • Support and caring for a person with a Mental Health Disorder
  • Discrimination and stigma
  • Medication and side effects

Factors contributing to mental health problems

The increased prevalence of mental health problems has been attributed to increased biological, psychological and social factors that may predispose, precipitate and perpetuate mental health problems (Deb et al, 2001). These vulnerability factors can affect anyone, but by virtue of their disability, people are more likely to encounter them. As in the wider population, it is likely that an interaction of factors leads to the development of mental health problems.

Biological factors

✦ Brain damage Although most people do not have brain damage, for some, brain damage may have caused their disability. This damage can cause structural and physiological changes to the way the brain functions, increasing vulnerability.

✦ Sensory impairments people with higher levels of hearing and sight difficulties. This becomes even more apparent in people with more severe learning disabilities or in some genetic syndromes. Sensory impairments are often undiagnosed. Sensory problems can cause a barrier to social integration and lead to disablement.

Social causes

✦ Exposure to adverse life events people are more likely to be exposed to abuse or may have had episodes of bullying and harassment. They are also vulnerable to exploitation and may not be aware of their rights

Course Length

6 Hours

Number of Attendees

Attendees minimum 6 to maximum 15


This training course is available as in-house training at a venue of your own choice throughout the UK.


All delegates will receive an accredited certificate from Advantage accreditation .

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Dates available on arrangement

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rebecca Brennand (November 2018)
Peter delivers training excellently and always gives us real life examples so that we can understand what we are being taught. He is very friendly and approachable and will always ensure that we have all taken knowledge away from what he has taught. If Peter feels staff require further training he will speak with our manager and will be honest as he wants us to all be the best we can be as he believes in us individually. Thank you Peter. It is always a pleasure attending your training sessions.
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susan larkin (November 2018)
Brilliant tutor, very valuble training. feel really positive. highly recommended.
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