Our health and well-being courses are designed to improve your general well-being. Research shows that learning can have a positive impact on a person's health. We believe in the value of learning to develop new skills, reduce social isolation, and increase a person's confidence.

Once signed up, you will also have access to our amazing online well-being courses to support your mental health, along with access to the preventative young people and parental courses. The Big Initiative is all about empowering you to empower others from within your account.

You have the option to complete your online courses anonymously, without fear of being judged or being made to feel inadequate. It is important that you understand that everyone needs support and guidance at certain times in their life.

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We want to empower you. But we also want you to empower others. By completing our well-being online courses, you will help yourself take care of your mental health. But it is equally as important that you can also pass on your new knowledge to others as you live your life!

The Big Initiative is a multi-agency project designed to empower adults and young people to live a fulfilled life and reach their potential.

Not only will you have access to a brand-new well-being online course every eight weeks, but you will also have access to additional resources to support young people and parents.

You can expect the below benefits once you have set up your free account:

  • Free well-being online courses, with a new online course added every eight weeks
  • Free preventative online courses for young people on subjects such as gangs, knife crime, self-harm, social media, and life skills
  • Free parental courses with a new online course added every eight weeks

Other benefits:

  • Complete your training anonymously (this is optional)
  • Share training links to your friends, family, and colleagues
  • Access open sessions in your local community
  • Access live stream training
  • Access a dedicated forum to share advice