SEMH Training from the YMCA

The offer:

We have partnered with YMCA Trinity Group to offer a range of funded mental health training for schools and early years settings in the Opportunity Area. The training will be available online as well as face-to-face when restrictions allow. Even if you have already taken part in this training, you can apply for courses you have yet to access.

Here is just some of the training available:

More information and how to apply:

Please complete the mental health training application form and email it to mentalhealthtraining@ymcatrinity.org.uk.

YMCA Trinity Group – free webinars

The YMCA Trinity Group is pleased to offer school staff, parents and carers the opportunity to join a series of fully funded live webinars over the coming months to help support you with the mental health challenges that arise as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Please look out for information regarding new webinars later this term.

Previously held webinars can be viewed by visiting the YMCA Trinity Group website.

For more information about the webinars or training please call 01733 373187 or email mentalhealthtraining@ymcatrinity.org.uk.

YMCA Trinity Group – Working with Parents and Carers

The YMCA Trinity Group is in the process of developing workshops designed to support the learning around mental wellbeing for both children and adults. These workshops will initially be available to parents and carers virtually. Please look out for more information in the coming weeks.

YMCA Trinity Group – Full Funded training offer, new workshops added

New workshops include:

  • How to build collaborative relationships with parents 2hrs
  • How to have conversations that keep the child in mind 2hrs
  • How to have difficult conversations with parents or students 2hrs

To book please complete the booking form

There are still places available on a wide range of courses and workshops please see the booking form for further details.

With increased pressure on schools to cope with the rising prevalence of mental health difficulties amongst children and young people, it is important for schools to consider how they can support the mental health and wellbeing of school staff. Adults who have good mental wellbeing are more likely to cope during stressful episodes and less likely to negatively impact the emotional wellbeing of those around them.
 
Spotlight on the
 
Introduction to Staff Wellbeing Workshop: 2hr
 
The YMCA Trinity Group Staff Wellbeing workshop is flexible to meet the needs of your setting and the outcomes you wish to achieve and is suitable for all adults who work with children. This workshop considers the importance of wellbeing in adults and the impact of this on the children and young people they care for. Delegates will leave with a greater understanding of the science underpinning wellbeing and practical strategies to use in their setting. We can also provide support to senior staff to help create strategies to boost morale and reduce stress as well as staff absence.
 
Added Benefits: To give more people the opportunity to develop their understanding, we have teamed up with The Skills Network to offer all schools that purchase our Whole Staff programmes the opportunity to access additional Level 2 Distance Learning courses in a variety of related topics. Not only can school staff, early years settings staff benefit from the accredited programmes, but parents can also access them – free of charge.
 
Read more information on our Level 2 Distance Learning Enhancing Training page

 

 
 
 
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