The evidence-based course entitled ‘Understanding and supporting emotional safety and resilience in children and young people’ is packed with learning and information to help staff recognise signs of emotional problems and disorders.
Staff can also learn about popular, locally developed emotional well-being tools that can support the delivery of regular, simple, effective and early interventions. Links are provided for booking onto the new 3 part CAMHS ‘face to face’ training for well-being skills
and tools with children/young people; parents/carers and you - the workforce.
Links to the topic based CAMHS courses such as self-harm and ADHD are available via the e-learning. Contact programme lead Sue Francis 07903845014 for more information. Feedback on the e-learning is welcomed during the initial implementation phase and
can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To access the e-learning, please click here to register. For access to the new face-to-face and topic based training, staff external to Bradford Council can please click here and
Bradford Council staff can please click here