As part of our commitment to support student and staff mental wellbeing in our schools, we are pleased to bring this six-part series of training on topics relevant for today's young people, delivered by one of the UK's most respected mental health charities, the Charlie Waller Trust.
Suitable for all school staff, the events take place online led by experienced professional practitioners and are mostly after the school day so that colleagues can benefit.
1. Eating Disorders | Jenny Langley
Tuesday 18 January 2022 | 1545 – 1715
Transition | Sarah Ashworth
2. Primary to Secondary | Tuesday 22 March 2022 | 1400 – 1530
3. Secondary and Beyond | Tuesday 8 March 2022 | 1400 – 1530
4. Self-Harm | Jenny Langley
Tuesday 5 April 2022 | 1545 – 1715
5. Risky Behaviours and Substance Use | Ian Macdonald
Tuesday 10 May 2022 | 1545 – 1715
6. The Teen Brain Matters | Jo Billington
Tuesday 14 June 2022 | 1545 – 1745
The Teen Brain Matters workshop combines the latest understanding of neuroscience and developmental psychology with practical strategies to help teachers understand the changes students are going through, and what they, as teachers, can do to support learning and personal development.
Cost | FREE for SWIFT members included in the membership.
Non-members | £25 per session (or all sessions at £100).
Charlie Waller Trust | More Information
A registered charity, the Charlie Waller Trust works to help young people understand their own mental health, to equip them to support themselves and those around them, and to empower them to talk more openly about the subject.
Much of our work takes place in partnership with those with responsibility for young people - families, schools, colleges, universities, and employers.
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