WHO IS PROVIDING THE TRAINING?
This training day aims to increase your understanding of anxiety in young people, and introduce you to a range of methods for assessing, understanding and responding to anxiety difficulties.
This training day will help you learn how to better understand pupils’ behaviour, relationships and emotions through using an understanding of attachment theory.
This training day aims to increase understanding of low mood and depression in young people, and introduce you to ideas around how low mood develops, how to identify young people with mood difficulties, and the risks associated with this.
This training day will help you learn about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and how these impact upon the mental health of children and their families.
This training session aims to help attendees improve their knowledge and skills around working with young people who are stressed, in distress or who find communication around how they feel difficult.
These courses have been commissioned and paid for by Lancashire County Council Public Health as part of their Mental Health and Wellbeing programme.
These Lancashire Emotional Health in Schools courses are only open to those who work in a primary, secondary or college setting.
As places are limited we are unable to offer places to organisations or individuals outside the eligible area, however other local authorities are also rolling out the training and there may be other courses happening in your area.
Lancashire Emotional Health in Schools training is a package of courses available to schools and school staff. This includes primary schools, secondary schools and colleges.
These courses are part of a comprehensive suite of sessions providing relevant training for the ‘Designated Mental Health Lead’ role in schools, as outlined in the recent government Green Paper.
These courses are specifically targeted at increasing awareness and understanding of school’s roles in response to mental health and wellbeing as well as increasing staff skills and confidence in the specified areas.
This training may include content of an emotive nature and should be considered carefully by those thinking about applying for the course as to any personal impact this may have.