PITCH

Positive Impact to Promote Community/Club Health

Designed and developed by Bremar, the PITCH Programme aims to initiate and nurture an early intervention programme which will build capacity of participants and their clubs / groups / organisations, and also develop capacity within their respective communities.

We see the value and benefits in providing a proactive approach which empowers individuals and will support and assist in the promotion and reinforcement of the importance of addressing mental health and wellbeing issues.

The PITCH programme, which has been developed around the Five Steps to Wellbeing, will give participants the necessary tools to develop coping skills to manage and look after their own mental health, whilst also providing the capacity and confidence to help and support those around them.

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The programme uses life coaching, counselling, motivational tools and techniques to encourage goal directed behaviour to make positive changes that have a direct impact on building resilience to poor mental health. Within the setting of a club, group or organisation, this programme has the potential to impact on individuals, other members, peers, and their associated communities at grassroots level.

The programme can be delivered over 3 x 2 hour sessions, or alternatively over a full 1 day session. Based on participant requirements, we can offer the programme in either in a face to face setting or via online delivery (Microsoft Teams / Zoom).

Positive Youth Champions

Peer led empowerment

Positive Youth Champions is a progression from the PITCH programme, with a specific focus on young people. The objective of this programme is to educate and empower young people to be able to manage their own mental health and support their peers through increased skills, knowledge and awareness.

The programme provides participants with knowledge and awareness around the five steps to wellbeing and incorporates elements of life coaching, counselling, self-help techniques, and emotional intelligence. It also includes suicide awareness and looks at the issue of self-harming.

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    Benefits of the programme:
  • Develop communication skills
  • Promote positive mental health
  • Signpost to support
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Become a positive voice in their own school / club / community

Participants will also gain an awareness and understanding of different leadership models and styles and how these can be applied to their day to day life within their peer groups.

Participants are required to attend 12 hours of classroom based learning which can be delivered over a schedule convenient to the group’s requirements. Participants will also be required to complete a peer focused project, which will be based upon the themes covered within the programme.

As an ILM accredited centre, Bremar will offer successful participants ILM Community Level accreditation which will give participants a professional qualification to enhance employment opportunities or higher education as well as building positive community capacity.

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