This is an internationally recognised two-day course specifically designated for those people that teach, work, live with or care for young people aged 8-18. This course teaches participants how to spot the early warning signs and symptoms of mental ill-health in young people. It provides information about topics such as anxiety, depression, self-harm, eating disorder, alcohol and drug use and explains the impact that mental ill-health in young people can have on adolescent development. A practical, skills based approach helps participants gain the confidence to offer meaningful support to young people in distress.
At the end of the course participants will be able to:
Participants will receive a manual and certificate from MFA England on completion of the 2 day course and will be Youth Mental Health ‘First Aiders’.
*Please note funding is not available to cover the cost of lunch for these days. Delegates will asked to bring a their own lunch.
Please fill out the contact form below to reserve a place at this event. (*All fields are required).