Events – IMPACT Training Back On!

IMPACT Training available on Zoom

After a short break from delivering IMPACT training due to the current pandemic, ASH Scotland is delighted to announce that we can now deliver IMAPCT training directly to you through Zoom.

As well as the usual 2 hour session we can now also offer a 1 hour session.

Please see new dates for 1 hour sessions below and register through Eventbrite. If you would like to know more about this, please contact:

Jim O’Rorke

jororke@ashscotland.org.uk

Linda Bates

lbates@ashscotland.org.uk

Iain Stewart

istewart@ashscotland.org.uk

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December 2020

IMPACT – Smoking and Mental Health. One Hour On-line Session

December 9 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Free

This new, shorter version of IMPACT training recognises the pressures on Workers and volunteers who support people with mental health problems. This session covers the following topics: effect of smoking on mental health medication; facilitating discussions about smoking and mental health; e-cigarettes (vaping); local services to help people stop smoking. The session opens at 9.30am and starts promptly at 10am, finishing at 11am. The IMPACT project team will stay on-line until 11.30am to answer any questions arising from the training.…

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January 2021

IMPACT Guide. Smoking and Mental Health Training – Online sessions

January 20, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

IMPACT training in smoking and mental health for Third sector workers and NHS staff. Now on Zoom. 1 and 2 hour sessions available.

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IMPACT – Smoking and Mental Health. Two Hour On-line Session

January 27, 2021 @ 9:45 am - 12:30 pm
Free

The original two hour IMPACT session is back! This session covers all the topics in the one hour session plus: IMPACT Guidance document AID: Ask, Inform, Discuss brief advice framework How AID supports your work priorities The session opens at 9.45am and starts promptly at 10am, finishing at 12pm. The IMPACT project team will stay on-line until 12.30am to answer any questions arising from the training. The session will be delivered on-line through the Zoom platform. The link below under “Website”…

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February 2021

IMPACT Guide. Smoking and Mental Health Training – Online sessions

February 17, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

IMPACT training in smoking and mental health for Third sector workers and NHS staff. Now on Zoom. 1 and 2 hour sessions available.

Find out more »

IMPACT Guide. Smoking and Mental Health Training – Online sessions

February 24, 2021 @ 9:45 am - 12:30 pm
Free

The original two hour IMPACT session is back! This session covers all the topics in the one hour session plus: IMPACT Guidance document AID: Ask, Inform, Discuss brief advice framework How AID supports your work priorities The session opens at 9.45am and starts promptly at 10am, finishing at 12pm. The IMPACT project team will stay on-line until 12.30am to answer any questions arising from the training. The session will be delivered on-line through the Zoom platform. The link below under “Website”…

Find out more »

March 2021

IMPACT Guide. Smoking and Mental Health Training – Online sessions

March 17, 2021 @ 9:45 am - 11:30 am

This new, shorter version of IMPACT training recognises the pressures on Workers and volunteers who support people with mental health problems. This session covers the following topics: effect of smoking on mental health medication; facilitating discussions about smoking and mental health; e-cigarettes (vaping); local services to help people stop smoking. The session opens at 9.45am and starts promptly at 10am, finishing at 11am. The IMPACT project team will stay on-line until 11.30am to answer any questions arising from the training.…

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For more information about the IMPACT Project call ASH Scotland on 0131 225 4725 or contact us via this site:

Ash Scotland
8 Frederick Street
Edinburgh
EH2 2HB

t: 0131 225 4725
e: enquiries@ashscotland.org.uk
w: ashscotland.org.uk

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