Articles from Natalie Clarke

A Career in Scaffolding, from Apprentice to Scaffold Director

Lee Marley Brickwork Ltd (LMB), is one of the UK’s leading integrated brickwork, scaffolding and stone sub-contractors. Their scaffolding division is made up of 130 scaffolders, plus drivers, yard operatives, apprentices and other office-based staff. 

Supporting Staff Wellbeing: Psychotherapist Noel McDermott Offers Advice for the Education Sector

Those working within the education sector (teachers, assistants, lecturers, caretakers, educational psychologists etc) have like all frontline workers faced enormous pressures over the last year.

Lee Marley Brickwork Ltd Appoints Training Manager for Brickwork & Scaffolding Apprenticeships

Lee Marley Brickwork Ltd (@LeeMarleyLMB) has appointed Christian Hatherall-Good as the company’s Training Manager. LMB currently offers both brickwork and scaffolding apprenticeships in order to bring the next generation of tradesmen into the construction industry.

Supporting Students Mental Health & Wellbeing

Psychotherapist @NoelMcDermott Advises on COVID-19 & Higher Education: Supporting Students Mental Health & Wellbeing on #SuicidePrevention Day Thousands of students will be heading off to university this month, but with the threat of COVID-19 still amongst us, the student experience will be very different. University life for first years is synonymous with a hectic Freshers’ week and packed lecture theatres, but for the students of 2020, this will sadly not be the case with online lectures and virtual Freshers’ week the way forward. For many students leaving home and starting this next phase can be challenging in itself, add to this a global pandemic and It is quite understandable that many will struggle with feelings of anxiety, stress and worry. 

The Importance of Safeguarding Students’ #MentalHealth

How to support students in #FE and #HE The transition from living at home to living at university can be a testing time for many young people. For education professionals it is vital they help students to feel safe in their environment and provide information on how to find help should they need it. Safeguarding students is aimed at preventing harm, not waiting until there is a problem, but creating systems that support safe mental health in the same way we create safety for children to protect them from harm happening in the first place. So, how can education professionals safeguard the mental health of their students?

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