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Vote for us by Wednesday 22 January and help us celebrate the great work we deliver around mental health wellbeing

Help us celebrate the outstanding work of our Learning and Development Team trainers delivering Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) to a wide range of communities.

Nominations now open to vote for not only HealthWORKS as an organisation employing trainers delivering courses , but also for team members Rob Errington and Bridget Woodhead, as pictured below.


The awards recognise their achievements in championing mental health wellbeing and helped increase public understanding of mental health issues through delivering Mental Health Training.

Voting is now open and will run until midnight on 22 January 2014. All winners will be notified by Friday 31st January 2014.

Quotes about Rob and Bridget for people attending courses :

“Bridget and Rob are first class facilitators of this course. Great personalities who provide great interaction with learners backed up by a wealth of experience in the subject area”.

“Had the pleasure of being on this course with Bridget and Rob. The course as delivered professionally and personally with both having excellent knowledge of the subject. Great connection made with the candidates, which encouraged the group to fully engage. Would highly recommend it”.

Please click here to register your vote for HealthWORKS Newcastle and both Rob Errington and Bridget Woodhead

You have an option to vote for up to three choices in each category and can find our entries in only two sections; ‘Exemplary Instructors’ and next section below ‘ organisations who employ MHFA Instructors’

Thanks for supporting us it is much appreciated!

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