Mental Wellbeing Support at IC Training

Here at IC Training we want to try and support mental wellbeing awareness as much as possible, to ensure everyone is in good health. We believe that everyone should be educated on the subject so we can keep everyone safe and healthy. Not just mentally, but physically, as it also harms your physical health. In what ways you might ask? Well there are many side effects such as:

  • Fever
  • High Fever 
  • Vomiting
  • Panic attacks

People with poor mental health may start adopting behavioural issues, such as no longer bathing and taking important care of their body. They may also have a change in appetite and stop eating as much as they used to. This can be to a point where they noticeably lose weight and could start to lead to serious health conditions. On the other hand, they could also develop an eating disorder where they may eat more as a method to try and cope with issues in their lives.

You should also be aware there are signs of mental health issues, these may be shown through people’s change of behaviour, like the way they interact with others.

An example of this is when someone who is usually very social, uncharacteristically develops antisocial habits, such as not talking or hanging out with their friends. Another sign to look out for, is someone’s distraught emotional state, or a continuous and unprovoked changing of emotions.

Where should I go if I feel I have any concerns with my mental wellbeing?
We highly recommend you sign up for therapy or a mental health expert if you have any concerns. If you are 18+ you can go and see a NHS psychological therapist, and if you are under 18 you will need to talk to your parents about it. This can help you if you need any extra assistance with your mental wellbeing, and other issues like phobias.
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Where do I go if I need immediate help?

If you are in need of immediate help please call 111 and tell them what is going on. Try to be as clear as possible so they understand and can help you as quickly as possible. Remember your mental health is as serious as your physical health.

List of Mental wellbeing resources


Childline is here to help anyone under 19 in the UK with any issue they’re going through. You can talk about anything. Whether it’s something big or small, our trained counsellors are here to support you.

Call us on 0800 1111

National Health Service:

Health and high quality care for all, now and for future generations. Find information and advice on health conditions, symptoms, healthy living, medicines and how to get help.

Call us on 999 (Emergency) / 111 (Non Immediate) / 0800 448 0828 (Mental Health Specific)


Mental health at work

Mental Health at Work is here to help you find the information and resources you need.

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Health and Safety Executive 

The Health and Safety Executive is a UK government agency responsible for the encouragement, regulation and enforcement of workplace health, safety and welfare.

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The Mix

The Mix is the UK’s leading support service for young people. We are here to help you take on any challenge you’re facing – from mental health to money. (for if you want to talk to people anonymously to strangers about your issues. You have to be under 25)

 You can also call MIX for professional help at 0808 808 4994



Samaritans is a registered charity aimed at providing emotional support to anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope, or at risk of suicide throughout Great Britain and Ireland, often through their telephone helpline

Call us on 166 123 (if you want other ways in contacting them) 


For staff, students and members of the centre

If you are a member of the centre and are unable to use these resources  you can always speak to your manager or teacher and they can help you with your mental wellbeing. They will listen, support you and be able to point you in the right direction.

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