Become a Champion
Be at the forefront of our movement to end mental health stigma and discrimination.
Together with Champions, Employers and partners, Time to Change Wales has made significant strides over the last 3 years. Read more about the impact we have made between 2018-2021.
Thank you so much for your patience with us whilst we have navigated this challenging past year and the suspension of our training to become a Time to Change Wales Champion. Whilst we still cannot meet face-to-face, we have refined our training so that we can begin to deliver it virtually, via Zoom. This interactive training will take place over two consecutive days in two, 2 and a half hour sessions (with a coffee break mid-way!).
Time to Change Wales Champions are volunteers with experience of mental health problems who are at the heart of our campaign, challenging stigma in their own communities, campaigning in the media and sharing their stories.
Some Champions also volunteer at our offices, contribute to press and media stories or help the campaign online.
If you’ve got other ideas or ways you’d like to help with our campaign, we’d love to hear them.
If you would like to attend our virtual training, please let us know by emailing email@example.com. We will have space for 12 attendees for each set of dates - of which you will need to commit to attending both sessions - so early booking is advised. Our training dates are as follows:
We are pleased to announce that we are offering virtual Employee Champion Training via Zoom for Pledged Organisations.
These training sessions will involve:
● Either a 2 hour session or two 1 hour session over consecutive days
● Fully interactive sessions including a quiz via Kahoot
● Small 'breakout groups' to allow for discussion
If you are interested in booking a training, or to find out more please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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