Raising achievement through wellbeing. Mental health training for teaching and support staff in Cambridgeshire schools

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 Mental health training for teaching and support staff

  • Concerned about the mental health of children and young people in your school?
  • Looking for practical ways to promote the emotional resilience of your students?
  • Want to build confidence in supporting young people in your school who may be depressed, anxious or engaging in self-harm?
  • Want to better understand risk associated with mental health, for example relating to suicide?
  • Want to support a school ethos that promotes emotional wellbeing and challenges stigma relating to mental health?

For more information, to download a prospectus, apply for a course or access free online learning please go to:

www.trainingcamh.net

The 'Raising achievement through wellbeing' programme

This programme aims to support both primary and secondary educational professionals’ to:

  • Improve outcomes for the children and young people, as well reach measured targets relating to behaviour and safety in your school
  • Build confidence and competence in supporting children and young people who might be experiencing mental health problems in school
  • Effectively recognise those children and young people in your school who may be vulnerable to developing mental health problems and  intervene at an earlier stage.

This training has been developed in collaboration with educational and mental health specialists.

 

 

 

Further
information

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

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
Elizabeth House, Fulbourn Hospital
Cambridge, CB21 5EF

T 01223 219400 (open 8:30am to 5pm)
F 01480 398501

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