Breaking the Stigma Around Mental Health
We have live virtual reality (VR) training scenarios and avatars to ensure your staff can learn and develop the appropriate skills to treat Wellbeing and Mental Health concerns with the respect and empathy they deserve. This fosters a positive work or educational environment for all employees.
Completing one of our pre-selected or bespoke VR role play scenarios means that your team members will be better prepared to handle situations where someone might be feeling anxious, depressed, or in extreme cases, suicidal.
How Live Role Play Scenarios Work
Using a broad range of virtual avatars and backgrounds, we can simulate most situations that might occur in a workplace or place of education, from recruitment, to appraisals, diagnosis meetings, sickness, panic attacks, or safeguarding activities.
This allows team members to practice their skills with a trained Simulation Specialist, without the risk of putting someone’s actual Wellbeing or Mental Health at risk, and without the need to recruit multiple actors.Call 01270 449165 to book a demo
Is Wellbeing and Mental Health Training Crucial?
Wellbeing and Mental Health is often an evolving journey for those living with conditions including OCD, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, and a diagnosis can be confirmed at various points in someone’s career or education.
It’s a common issue that impacts many people across the UK, and 25% of people will experience a mental health concern every year according to Mind.
Mental Health is Just as Important as Physical Health
To make sure your team feels supported through every stage of their health journey, it is important to teach HR staff, managers, teachers, and even general staff about the best way to approach a situation involving Wellbeing and Mental Health.
Limited Wellbeing and Mental Health training can cause increased sickness leave and low team morale. Boost your team’s overall wellbeing by training them how to handle all potential situations that may occur.
Contact our team on 01270449165 to learn more.
Common Wellbeing and Mental Health Training Scenarios
Great tool to allow participants to role play in a realistic scenario. We were all pleasantly surprised with the ability of Connect to understand our industry terminology and approach.Alison Knight, Director of Talent & Leadership Development, Continental Europe Hilton Hotels
Immersion Studio helps cement learning into your DNA.RBH Hospitality
It was the very first time I have ever experienced this kind of technology. It was fabulous the way you become so engrossed with the subject.
Its a real life situation with human feedback. Makes sense in a world where face to face training can be expensive.
I love the responsiveness and how ‘live’ it actually feels. I felt really comfortable taking the conversation in any direction.BT Group
You can get so immersed in it. It’s brilliant!Brighter Talent
Connect Training gives our Bath Spa teachers the opportunity to enhance their own professional practice in a safe, risk-free yet realistic environment.Benton Brown, Head of Initial Teacher Training at Bath Spa University
It’s so real!Ashorne Hill
The Connect Training technology proved to be very user-friendly and accessible and the Connect Training facilitator/actors/avatars were well informed in generating very convincing simulations.June Bianchi, Senior Lecturer in Art Education Bath Spa University
I love the fact that the avatars can comment on your body language because often it’s not what you say, it’s what you’re doing.The Hotel Folk
I just wanted to say a very big THANK YOU for the session. I think you probably saw that, after some initial apprehension, everyone really engaged with the scenarios. The characters were very realistic, not pushovers and the scenarios developed really well - thank you!Frances, Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust
It was an amazing experience which in my opinion should become an automatic part of teacher training. There are so many reports that cite low-level disruption as a problem to teachers and many trainee teachers who admit to a lack of confidence in managing behaviour.Jane, Student Teacher at Bath Spa University