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Let’s do Peer2Peer!

Peer2Peer is adaptable and flexible. Deliver the course as a whole or focus on specific sessions.

You can order hard copy versions of resources by emailing: info@scottishrecovery.net (Scotland only).

Peer2Peer training manual

Peer2Peer helps you to deliver peer training for your organisation or initiative. It is adaptable and can be tailored to suit your needs.

Download .PDF document (4 MB)

Let's do Peer2Peer guide

The guide complements the training manual. It has been developed in collaboration with organisations already delivering Peer2Peer. It provides insights and ideas on the different ways to run and facilitate the course.

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Creating a positive learning environment

Considerations for creating a positive learning environment for your Peer2Peer participants.

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Example Peer2Peer course outlines

Different organisations provide examples of how they are delivering the course.

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Budget planning

Things to consider when budgeting or sourcing funding for your Peer2Peer course.

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Certificate of achievement (PDF)

Downloadable certificate of achievement for course participants.

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Certificate of achievement (Word)

Downloadable certificate of achievement for course participants.

Download .DOCX document (545 KB)

Hollie: peer support and me

Hollie, a Peer Worker with Penumbra, tells us what peer support means to her. This short animation is a powerful way to show the value and impact of peer support. It is also available on our YouTube channel where you can watch, download or share the film.

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Values Framework for Peer Working

This publication aims to increase understanding of the peer worker role and ensure that it maintains the peer support ethos.

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Experts by Experience Implementation Guidelines

Guidelines to support the development of Peer Worker roles in the mental health sector.

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