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Pre learning questions

Pre learning questions

In order to understand if this learning guide has been useful we are going to ask you some questions before and after you’ve used it. We will link your responses to help us understand whether or not it has been helpful. There are no right or wrong answers.

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Question 1 / 10

1. What is your primary motivation for using Crisis Tools?

What has brought you here today?

2. Where do you see yourself using the information you learn from Crisis Tools most?

3. Where in England do you live?

4. How old are you?

We know that age is just a number but it really helps us to know who is using our platform!

5. How would you currently describe your gender?

6. How would you describe your ethnicity?

7. Where did you hear about Crisis Tools?

8. How knowledgeable are you about the needs of young Black men in your area who may need your services?

9. How confident are you in your ability to build trust and rapport with young people who may have a different background to your own?

10. How knowledgeable are you in understanding how previous experiences of young Black men and their peers can impact their interactions with mental health services?

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