Education for Wellbeing training: Strategies for Safety & Wellbeing (London)
- Half day
About this course
When booking, please use separate email addresses for each individual staff member.
The aim of Strategies for Safety & Wellbeing (SSW) is to help pupils to think about how they can develop safe coping behaviours as well as identify and access appropriate support networks if they need to.
Teachers of school classes receiving SSW will be trained in the intervention during a half-day face-to-face training course delivered by developer Dr. Rina Bajaj.
The training will focus on covering the psychoeducational content of an 8-week session plan as follows:
(1) Safe to talk about mental health, part 1
(2) Safe to talk about mental health, part 2
(3) What is ‘safe’ and how do you know if you’re not
(4) Early warning signs: feelings
(5) Early warning signs: thoughts
(6) Who could you speak to?
(7) Being safe in friendships and relationships (including bullying)
(8) Safe ways of managing stress
The Strategies for Safety and Wellbeing training session on the morning of 6th November will be applicable for those working in a primary school specifically. Primary school staff are encouraged to book onto this training only.
The Strategies for Safety and Wellbeing training session on the afternoon of 6th November will be applicable for those working in a secondary school specifically. Secondary school staff are encouraged to book onto this training only.
If for any reason you are unable to make the session relevant to your setting (morning - primary schools, afternoon - secondary schools) and would like to attend the alternative session, please email INSPIRE@annafreud.org
Training will last for half a day. Tea and coffee will be provided but lunch is not included.