An introductory 3-hour Interactive webinar to raise awareness of
young people’s mental health, aged 8-18
What is Mental Health?
What are the protective & risk factors for young people?
What is the role of stigma and discrimination for young people and their mental health?
What are the signs and symptoms of mental ill health?
What are the effects of stress on young people?
How do I get help for a young person?
How can I promote recovery for a young person?
How can I look after myself when caring for a young person who is struggling?
What are the sources of help out there for young people?
Please complete the course Booking Form for our 3-hour Youth Mental Health Training First Aid Aware Course.
After submitting this form, this will take you to the payment option via PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account there is also the option to pay via card.
“I really felt that the timing of this course for me was completely perfect. Sadly, increasingly and more recently, supporting children with mental health and wellbeing issues has increased in my workload and at times significantly impacted on what my daily timetable looks like as I have been called to support and nurture a child who is in need of help and nurture. My knowledge and understanding has grown, which will help me to more confidently deal with issues that arise. Another very valuable point I have taken from this course is just how critical it is to have staff teams who are mental health aware and able to step in as and when required. This I will take back to school and share not only both the Pastoral and Inclusion Team but also with ALL STAFF as they all have responsibility to ensure the well being and safeguarding of all our pupils. THANK – YOU Dave !”
By the end of this course, participants will be Mental Health Aware and will be able to:
– Define mental health and emotional wellbeing
– Relate to young people’s experiences
– Recognise some signs of mental health distress
– Start a supportive conversation about mental ill-health
– Practise self-care
How much does the Webinar cost?
The course costs just £75 per person
You will get a manual to keep and refer to whenever you need it.
When you complete the session, you’ll get a certificate to say you are Youth Mental Health Aware.
Head First Ltd Director, Dave Miller, likes to take the lead on this course, given his experience, knowledge and passion for supporting the needs of young people.
This has been demonstrated over a 25-year career as a teacher, pastoral leader, Middle Manager, Designated Safeguarding Lead and Senior Leader in UK Secondary Schools.
Friday 5th June
3 hour Webinar
Time – 9.30am-12.30pm
Tel: 01732 841912
Trainer – Dave Miller