Dawn is an experienced trainer and director at edu-c8 inspired training. Dawn is committed to providing quality training and workshops to employers, managers and employees that will inspire organisations and individuals to enhance the wellbeing and quality of life of people who use there services within a variety of sectors including: Health and social care, local authorities, housing Associations, Charities, private and commercial organisations.
Through personal experience and working with people with a dual diagnosis of Learning disabilities and Mental illness, Dawn is passionate about raising awareness about mental health and wellbeing to help reduce the stigma and discrimination around it in the workplace and in our society. Dawn is very proud to be part of the MHFA community and becoming an approved Adult MHFA instructor.
Dawn worked in the health and social care sector for over 20 years, predominately in residential care homes and supported living services for adults with learning disabilities and mental illness, for many years Dawn was a registered home manager.
Since leaving the health and social care sector Dawn has worked with a national training provider. This enabled her to share a wealth of experience and knowledge developing and delivering courses from general mandatory subjects to more specialised subjects such as learning disability awareness, Mental health awareness, Autism awareness, Epilepsy, Prader-Willi-Syndrome, Behaviours that challenge to all levels of staff within health and social care provider organisations, local authorities and housing associations.
Dawns professional qualification achievements include:
- LMC (leadership and management) Health and Social care
- NVQ Level 4 Health and social care
- B-TEC Supervisory management level 3
- NVQ D32/D33 (NVQ Assessors Award)
- level 3Â Award in Education and training
- Adult Mental Health First Aid Instructor – Two Day