0844 412 0972
0844 412 0973
Early Bird (until 11/10/2012) £202.50
Standard (after 11/10/2012) £225.00
This two day course is essential for people who work, live or care for young people aged 11 – 18.
Youth MHFA is an internationally recognised programme that originated in Australia and is specifically designed to be delivered to those working with, living with or caring for young people. This training provides information, tools (including the use of substance misuse screening tools) and techniques to promote a young person’s mental and emotional wellbeing and to enable participants to support a young person who might be experiencing mental and emotional distress.
This course also has a deliberate fit with national policy and aims to promote the common assessment framework (CAF), Healthy Schools and Targeted Mental Health in Schools (TaMHS). There is also a particular focus on vulnerable groups of young people, including looked-after children (LAC).
Why is it important?
Key areas covered within the programme include:
The Youth MHFA course will teach you how to:
For a full programme of this two-day course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Please contact the HIT Training Department on 0844 412 0972 or email email@example.com for more
HIT, The Arts Village, 20-26 Henry Street, Liverpool L1 5BS
Tel: 0844 412 0972 | Email HIT: firstname.lastname@example.org
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