About this course 

This course gives an introduction to using standardised mental health and wellbeing tools in a school or college context. These tools can be used to better understand the needs of children and young people.  

Participants will develop an understanding of how introducing these measurement tools can ensure young people receive the support they need.   

Who is this training suitable for? 

Staff in schools and colleges who support mental health and wellbeing including: 

  • SMHLs 
  • pastoral support teams.   

Learning outcomes 

Participants will learn: 

  • the benefits of using standardised measurement tools 
  • how to select measurement questionnaires for different purposes 
  • how to use measurement tools to understand the strengths and needs of a group of young people 
  • understand the use of measurement questionnaires to better understand the strengths and needs of individuals  
  • how to introduce measurement tools to young people. 

11th July 2023
  • Online – live via Zoom (Joining instructions will be sent to the email address you booked on with at least one working day before the event)
  • 2 hours
  • 15:00 - 17:00 (UK time)

Training fee

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