Be Well Learning’s Calm After Covid


The British public hold the NHS in high regard but never has the importance of the NHS been so vital as during the Covid‐19 pandemic.

Our NHS staff and volunteers have been at the frontline fighting this invisible enemy often putting their own safety at risk. This life saving role was recognised by so many, especially Captain Sir Tom Moore.

Through Captain Sir Tom’s fundraising, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership have secured funding to provide support and training to NHS staff, volunteers and patients to help them to “Create Calm afer Covid.”

Be Well Community Learning CIC are privileged to have been asked to deliver training that gives participants the opportunity to learn about resilience and the affect stress and anxiety has on our wellbeing.

This 3 hour free training will include a series of exercises and activities. Participants will increase their understanding of what resilience is, recognise barriers to staying well and work on small life changes that can have a big impact. There will be the me and opportunity to reflect on their own stress container and to look at a range of strategies to improve their wellbeing, including mindfulness techniques.

This course will be delivered online on Friday 30th July 10.00am—1.00pm or Thursday 12th August 10.00am—1.00pm or Tuesday 14th September 10.00am – 1.00pm

If you or someone you know is interested in finding out more about “Create Calm afer Covid” please get in touch


Tel: 07594 862719


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