By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- apply cultural self-awareness to understanding the cultural context of others
- understand the impact of key factors e.g. social exclusion, discrimination and domestic abuse have on asking for help/access to services
- identify the communication skills required to undertake culturally sensitive assessment of mental health need
- demonstrate their knowledge of the emotional well-being needs of Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children in their area as stated in NICE guidelines
- recognise when an emotional crisis is occurring and how to refer to other services including specialist CAMHS
- apply knowledge of community development and mental health advocacy to promote the use of community resources
and Adolescent Mental Health - attachment and resilience (formerly
introduction to Children and Young people's Course) is
a PREREQUISITE COURSE to all the courses that comprise the practitioner-led Tier 1 CAMHS Training Programme.
It is required that all participants undertake the Introduction course.
Potential participants who have received mental health training, which features the key features of the Introduction course within the last three years (or who are working within specialist CAMHS) can email Sue Sykes email@example.com Workforce
Development to discuss direct access to the specialist programme
This is a Bradford district wide multi-agency course for anyone working in health, services to children and young people, education, police, CAFCAS, probation services, adult services, voluntary and independent sector and foster carers
Date and Venue:
Thursday 30 June (9.30am - 4.30pm) @ Margaret McMillan Tower, Princes Way, Bradford, BD1 1NN
To book places
Please contact Sadaf Iqbal on 01274 431479.