How can schools identify and support children and young people who need specialist support?
4th June 2019 – 4th June 2019
- Rodney Street Map
- 3 hours
- 15:00 - 18:00 (registration from 14:30)
Training fee only
Training including 1.5 hour group consultation follow-up
About this course
This training outlines what normal development is and will help school & college staff identify children and young people who may require specialist support.
By outlining what specialist mental health services are and setting this within a framework for getting specialist support, the training will address when to refer to specialist services, what schools might expect from these services, and key considerations.
The training will provide practical tools and tips for school & college staff to work with their pupils to better understand their experiences and better ways to manage these areas for concern.
Using case studies and discussion points it will also address how to support a child or young person in a school setting who is attending a specialist mental health service.
Follow up consultation
There is an optional 1.5 hour follow up group consultation webinar to discuss the implementation of skills approximately 6 weeks after the training.
Who is this training suitable for?
The training is suitable for anyone working with children and young people in a school or college setting and could include:
- Senior Leadership Team
- Teaching Assistants
- Pastoral Care team members
Participants will come away with a better understanding of:
- What is normal development
- When children & young people need more specialist support
- Specialist mental health services’ structure and what to expect
Strategies and considerations to support children & young people who are in receipt of specialist support services.