2015 prospectus now available click here

'Understanding and responding to children and young people at risk of self-harm and suicide' updated practitioners' guidance (click here) and training (click here)

Young person

 How do I find out what training is available?

 You can get more information, download a training prospectus, access online learning materials or apply for training by going to:

www.trainingcamh.net

Who is this training for?

This multi-agency programme is for practitioners working directly with children, young people and their families in Cambridgeshire to develop their knowledge and skills in understanding and responding to the emotional wellbeing and mental health needs of children and young people.

Training specifically aimed at teaching and support staff in schools can be found by clicking here.

Why?

Research has identified a clear link between the well-being of children and young people and better learning and health outcomes. This is reflected in both national and local policy which clearly places responsibility for the mental health and emotional well-being with everybody who works with children and young people.

We recognise the importance of a strategic approach to meaningful workforce development and as such we collaborate with multi-agency partners aiming to ensure that the opportunities we offer respond to the identified mental health training needs of the children’s workforce. Also that these relate to their professional development and performance appraisal processes, as well as linking directly to workforce and service developments and both local and national initiatives. 

 

What participants have said

"It was great, has really devloped my practice and contributed to my skill set. Can't wait to do more CPFT training!"

"CAMH training always widening my perspective, great!"

"I thoroughly enjoyed the course, thought it well run, excellent speakers and trainer and seemed to have thought through peoples needs and requirements from this type of course."

What participants have said

"It was great, has really devloped my practice and contributed to my skill set. Can't wait to do more CPFT training!"

"CAMH training always widening my perspective, great!"

"I thoroughly enjoyed the course, thought it well run, excellent speakers and trainer and seemed to have thought through peoples needs and requirements from this type of course."

The page was last updated on 14 December 2016 by andrea.bateman.

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