Well attended and productive WTF wellbeing workshop held at Broomfield Campus, Derby College
Emma let us know about the workshop held on Monday, May 22nd.
“What a positive morning delivering a workshop at Broomfield College. The young people were very engaged, enthusiastic & took part in the workshop really well.
From the start most interacted really well and even those that took their time to warm to the idea still took part, made suggestions and gave feedback. The workshop started with a brilliant icebreaker, food & including the young people’s phones, two things young people love! This helped so much with how the workshop was being delivered from the word go. Presenting the Trust in a factual but interactive way definitely caught the group’s attention. Thinking about how we deal with stress, anxiety, suicide and their triggers and the ways we need to manage them and a visual aid using water and filling up a jug, demonstrating how things can get too much and how do we manage this. The group also gave a massive amount of feedback which made the delivery of the workshop seamless. The visual aids also kept the young people’s attention. A Yoga breathing technique was also taught which came at the perfect time in the workshop. It made the atmosphere in the room change, as every single person contributed to learning the breathing skill and learning to listen to themselves.
An extremely positive delivery to the young people at Broomfield College. They thanked us all as a group and individually and it was very well received.”