Colleague Training

Next Colleague Training

25th June- 6th July 2018
5th November- 16th November 2018

Feedback from our colleagues

Listen to what our colleagues from Clubhouse Asker & Clubhouse Rygge have to say about their experience of colleague training at Mosaic Clubhouse.

What will I learn from Colleague Training?

Colleague Training enables trainees to:

Immerse themselves in the Clubhouse community.
Understand the Clubhouse philosophy.
Participate in Clubhouse work units.
Develop the skills to run an engaging work unit.
Gain an insight into key Clubhouse issues such as the transitional employment programme and Clubhouse-supported education.
Discuss the key issues around the Clubhouse programme.
Write your own detailed action plan to integrate the lessons you’ve learned into your local community.
Socialise with other clubhouse members and explore the sights and sounds of London.

A series of readings will complement the basic training attendees receive each day, and activities will be planned in the evening, including dinner at a local restaurant on the first evening of the training, an Employment Dinner and a Board Meeting, as well as optional social events.

The course is designed to help you identify your Clubhouse’s strengths and needs, share best practice with other Clubhouses, and understand the core philosophy which underpins our organisation.

Six to nine months after you have completed your training, we can send a follow-up team to your Clubhouse to help you review the goals outlined in your Action Plan and provide further assistance.

Mosaic Clubhouse contributes $500 to the cost of post-training site visits to established clubhouses and 100% of the cost for first-time participants (new clubhouses).

Why train at Mosaic Clubhouse?

Mosaic Clubhouse is a beacon of best practice for the global Clubhouse community. It has been awarded the highest level of Clubhouse International accreditation and is recognised as a centre of excellence, both within London and internationally.
Mosaic Clubhouse makes use of the Recovery Star and Work Star to help members achieve and track their goals, and there will be the opportunity for colleagues to be trained in the use of these "Outcome Stars".

Mosaic Clubhouse is also extremely well-connected, in the heart of London’s coolest and most creative district. The Clubhouse is situated in a newly refurbished building in Brixton, SW9, and Central London, with all its attractions, is just 10 minutes away on the underground.

Where will I stay during my training?

Accommodation is included in the training fee.  Colleagues will be accommodated at London Travelodge in Balham, 177 Balham High Road, London, SW12 9BX.          
Each colleague will have a double room of their own with:

King-size bed
Showers in all rooms and baths in most
TV with 18 channels
Tea and coffee making facilities
Large lit desk area
Hair driers and irons available on request from hotel reception

Wifi is available at the hotel, by arrangement, at a cost of £12 per week.
While the hotel has no restaurant, Balham is exceptionally well served by many cafes, restaurants, shops and bars.

What time should we arrive and when are we expected to depart?

Please plan to arrive at Mosaic Clubhouse by 8.30am on the Monday your training is scheduled to begin.  There will be a welcome breakfast on your first day; thereafter, breakfast will be available each weekday from 8.30am. The work day will run from 9.00am to 5.00pm.

Colleagues can check into the hotel from midday on the Sunday before the training begins.  Training will end at noon on the last Friday of the training and colleagues will need to check out of the hotel by 12 noon on the following day (Saturday).

Training Fees

First Time Participants (New Clubhouses) $ 6,500 USD  

This three-week training experience is designed for new start-up Clubhouses or programs converting to the Clubhouse model from another service approach. Tuition includes training and lodging for the Clubhouse director, one staff person and one member. Additionally, tuition includes training and lodging for an individual with administrative oversight responsibility for the Clubhouse for the last week of the training program.  

The tuition fee includes a post-site visit to the Clubhouse for onsite consultation and assistance, approximately six to nine months after the training.

On-going Training (Established Clubhouses) $4,500 USD

This two or three-week training experience is equivalent to training for first-time participants but is designed for Clubhouses where the Clubhouse director has already been to training.

Tuition includes training and lodging for one member and one staff person for three weeks. Additionally, tuition includes training and lodging for an individual with administrative oversight responsibility for the last week of the training program.

Post training site visits are negotiable and are scheduled six to nine months after the training experience. Clubhouses requesting a post-training site visit will be responsible to pay expenses which exceed $500 USD.

Additional participants for the entire training period = $2,000 USD per person
Additional administrators for the last week of training = $900 USD per person

Training fee does not include food or transport.

50% of the training fee is payable when the places are booked; the remaining 50% is payable 10 days before training begins.

contact Us

Mosaic Clubhouse
65 Effra Road, Brixton
London, SW2 1BZ
Tel: 020 7924 9657

About Us

Mosaic Clubhouse is part of a worldwide network of clubhouses that exist to provide support and opportunities to people living with a mental health condition.

Mosaic Clubhouse is a registered charity No: 1071705. Company No: 3403522

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