Letchworth Garden City Partnership Pod

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The aim of this training is to raise awareness on the impact of bereavement & loss on children and young people; this will include divorce and separation.

The session will provide an opportunity to identify and discuss aspects of grief, as well as look at effective management within schools. This training would be suitable for pastoral leads, SENCos and teachers working in an educational setting.

Tuesday 29 January 2019 - 09:30 until 11:30

About this course

A regular First Aider responds to people experiencing physical injury. They provide initial help and facilitate access to more specialist support. This course works on the basis that there is a role in our communities for mental health first aiders – people that feel confident to go to someone experiencing emotional distress, provide initial help and guide them towards more specialist support.

This accredited evidence-based course covers how to respond to 8 to 18 year olds experiencing mental and emotional distress.

Who is it for?

Mental health leads in schools (Senior leaders and Pastoral team). Due to the high demand for this course, places are limited to one representative per school and a charge of £100 will be made for participants that fail to attend without giving at least one week’s prior notice (except in extenuating circumstances)

How long is it?

Two full days (both days must be completed)

Dates

1st and 8th February 2019

Refreshments

Refreshments are provided but participants should provide their own lunch

Cost

The course is being funded as part of the CAMHS Transformation, venues areThe course is being funded as part of the CAMHS Transformation, venues arekindly being provided by local areas

Friday 01 February 2019 - 09:00 until 17:00

This session is for SLT and school leaders

A crisis/sad event is not anything that a school wants to happen in their community. However, unfortunately things do happen. Being well prepared in these circumstances can support school staff in being able to manage an emotional situation with greater sense of control.

This training is designed to equip schools in how to manage a significant event which may affect the school community be it a bereavement (with a direct e.g. staff member/pupil or indirect e.g a parent impact), a major crisis or other event which could impact on the day to day running of the school.

The training is split into two sections. The morning is developed for SLT and school leaders. It will cover the psychological impact of bereavement and trauma on adults and young people. We will then focus on action planning and the steps that should be taken to manage a significant event.

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Wednesday 06 February 2019 - 09:30 until 12:30

This session is for staff working directly with children

A crisis/sad event is not anything that a school wants to happen in their community. However, unfortunately things do happen. Being well prepared in these circumstances can support school staff in being able to manage an emotional situation with greater sense of control.

This training is designed to equip schools in how to manage a significant event which may affect the school community be it a bereavement (with a direct e.g. staff member/pupil or indirect e.g a parent impact), a major crisis or other event which could impact on the day to day running of the school.

The training is split into two sections. The morning is developed for SLT and school leaders. It will cover the psychological impact of bereavement and trauma on adults and young people. We will then focus on action planning and the steps that should be taken to manage a significant event.

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Wednesday 06 February 2019 - 13:00 until 16:00
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