This is a recorded webinar, developed for our colleagues at UMHAN (University Mental Health Advisers Network), which explores how to get the most out of video call software and hardware.
Whether you work as a mental health adviser, a mentor or in another role providing mental health support to students, this webinar will help you create the best remote meeting experience for you and for the students you are supporting. The webinar is aimed at those of us still want to feel more confident when it comes to use video call technology, or who still encounter some glitches when using the technology, such as a poor internet connection, and want to find ways to minimise these problems.
Tickets are now available for £9 (£7.50 each + VAT) for this recorded 45-minute webinar, and it is open to both UMHAN members and non-members.
This UMHAN webinar runs 3 times every day (7 days a week), at 12 noon, 3pm and 6pm (your local time). Once you purchase your ticket below, you will be invited to select a time over the next couple of days that works for you to watch it.
To purchase a ticket:
The webinar runs at the following times every day (7 days a week): 12 noon, 3pm or 6pm.
First, decide on a time over the next couple of days when you would like to watch the webinar. You can book a slot up to 2 days ahead.
Click on the 'Buy Now' below to purchase a ticket for £9 (£7.50 + VAT) using PayPal or a credit or debit card. After you have paid, you will be asked to select the time you plan to watch the webinar and provide your contact details. You will receive an email containing your personal 'one time' link to enable you to access the webinar at your chosen time.
If, after booking, you have not received the email, please check your spam/junk folder, and, if you still cannot find it, email us at email@example.com.
Group tickets: If you would like to purchase tickets for a group of people or team to view this webinar (from 6 to 500 people), email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss the options for how we can arrange this.