FE Industry Guides

Industry specific teaching guides

The information and teaching suggestions in these resources are designed for use in further education colleges and are specifically designed for tutors in the specific related courses to use with their students.

The resources and accompanying slides highlight the importance of talking about problems as a way of dealing with mental distress and of signposting students to existing and new networks of support. The materials have been written in response to evidence suggesting that many of these industries have a higher than average rate of mental ill-health and suicide. The resources are intended as a starting point for discussion.

​You can download the teaching guide below along with the accompanying PowerPoint presentation for each industry.

Construction students - teaching guide

Teaching guide workbook
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Construction students - PowerPoint

Supporting PowerPoint slides
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Agriculture and land-based studies students - teaching guide

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Creative industry students - teaching guide

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Admin and IT students - teaching guide

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