Do you work with Children and Young People in the Bradford district?
If the answer is Yes then you should sign-up to one of our FREE Mental Health Awareness workshops we’re running in June.
Mental health issues are prominent in the young people of Bradford, especially following the difficulties that have arisen from the Covid-19 pandemic.
We aim to help all members of the public, who work with children and young people, feel confident that they have the knowledge required to support the young people in their care and help them to access services when necessary.
If you are a support worker? Teacher? Sports coach? Or any other role where you work with children and young people then this training is for you.
These interactive online sessions will help you gain a basic understanding of mental health and the support that is available in Bradford.
On the training session we’ll be covering
- What is mental health?
- Mental health stigma
- Common difficulties in children and young people
- What to look out for in the young people you work with
- Where you can look to for help and support
Please be mindful that to be eligible for our training the young people you support must live, go to school or attend a GP in BD1, BD2, BD3, BD5, BD7, BD8 or BD9.
How to book your place?
Our next session will be face-to-face at Mind in Bradford, Kenburgh House, 28 Manor Row, Bradford, BD1 4QU
Wed 22 June, 17:00 – 19:00 BST
RESERVE YOUR PLACE limited capacity
Training for 12+ participants?
If you have a significant number of staff in your organisation that would be interested in our training and you would like to discuss the option of your own bespoke session (12+ participants) please contact us at [email protected]