Ways to share
Here staff can find a variety of training opportunities, workshops and conferences.
The opportunities available will provide staff with the knowledge and skills to be able to promote and support emotional wellbeing and resilience with young people they are working with, and support the emotional health and wellbeing of staff themselves.
Youth Mental Health First Aid online training opportunities
Mid-Kent Mind are offering a variety of YMHFA online training free for staff in Kent.
Eating Disorder and Self-Harm online training opportunities
Mid-Kent Mind are offering a free three-hour training session on eating disorders and self-harm including recognising the signs and causes and myth busting.
Suicide Prevention online training opportunities
Mid-Kent Mind are offering free Suicide Prevention and Awareness training sessions to anyone in Kent and Medway that wants to learn how to support other people when they are in crisis.
Mental Health Awareness online training opportunities
Mid-Kent Mind are offering free virtual Mental Health Awareness courses to staff in Kent and Medway.
Wellbeing for Education Return virtual sessions for schools and colleges
The Education People are offering funded 2-part virtual courses to support staff working in schools and colleges to respond to the additional pressures the school community may be feeling as a direct result of the pandemic.
School's Link Programme online workshops
Free seminars open to special schools, primaries, secondaries and colleges across Kent and Medway, to inform changes to children and young people's mental health services.
Mindfulness training for staff affected by Covid-19
Working With The Mind are offering an 8-week Mindfulness programme virtually to staff.
Mindfulness online training opportunities
Mid-Kent Mind have been funded by Golding Homes to offer free virtual Mindfulness support to people in Maidstone.
Free Mental Health Awareness and Autism courses from the Aim Group
Suitable for staff and parents/carers, free courses available include understanding children and young people's mental health, and understanding specific learning difficulties.
Free training from the Kent Safeguarding Children Multi-Agency Partnership
A variety of e-learning is available for free for staff in Kent and Medway, including child sexual exploitation, domestic abuse and loss and bereavement.
Training opportunities from The Education People
A variety of professional development and training for staff who work with children and young people.
Place2Be Mental Health Champions Foundation Programme
This online children’s mental health training course enhances professionals’ understanding of children’s mental health and introduces approaches that foster positive wellbeing in schools and communities.
Further local and national training opportunities
For further training opportunities and resources, visit the staff development and wellbeing pageClick here
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