Free online training courses
We are running a variety of free online training courses to support professionals in their response to the pandemic.
We’re in the process of setting up free online training courses to support professionals in their response to the pandemic. These courses will take place between April 2021 – early July 2021.
We will be releasing booking information soon, so please keep an eye on this page for updates.
About the courses
Introduction to children & young people’s mental health
This foundation level course will help participants develop and practise new skills, reflect and build upon current practice and will enable them to better support the children and young people they work with.
Introduction to adolescent mental health
This foundation level course will help participants to develop and practice new skills, reflect and build upon current practice and will enable them to better support the young people they work with.
Introduction to involving young people in improving wellbeing support, services and systems
Participants learn how to meaningfully involve young people in wellbeing support and services and how their participation can support a whole system approach to mental health.
Introduction to trauma and adversity
This foundation level course will enable participants to use trauma-informed approaches to support children and young people who have experienced multiple risk factors to their mental health or have been impacted by trauma.
Introduction to the academic resilience approach (for school staff only)
Academic Resilience means pupils/students achieving good educational outcomes despite adversity. Participants will be encouraged to explore how the systems and processes in their own schools can help to build resilience for ALL pupils/students.
Transition from primary to secondary school (for school staff only)
Ideally for those working with Year 6 and 7. This session will focus on your school’s approach to mental health during transition from primary to secondary school and how to help children to prepare for, and cope with, change.