What does this event cover
This session will help governors understand why LGBTQ inclusion is important for schools to consider and give them ideas of what schools can do to be inclusive and celebrate difference as well prevent homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying and language.
Who is this event for
To provide headteachers, business managers, bursars with the knowledge and understanding of the key health and safety risks within schools, responsibilities for managing these and the controls required to manage these health and safety risks sensibly and proportionately.
Essential for those with management responsibility for H&S within the school e.g. Headteachers, Business Managers, Bursars, etc.
What does this event cover Content to be covered:
The training aims to dispel some of the myths surrounding health and safety and promote a proportionate and sensible approach to safety in schools
Provides an overview of health and safety management within schools and summarises key areas in which management control is particularly important
By the end of this course, delegates will have an understanding of:
The legal framework and management responsibilities for H&S
A risk based approach to health and safety
School responsibilities with regard to statutory
Compliance and project work
How to monitor your key risks
Where to access further information and advice
To improve your confidence in managing health & safety within the school.
To be able to develop a proportionate system for monitoring health and safety within the school
No certificate required and refresher course will not be mandatory.
Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt Street, London, NW1 1BD
Who is this event for
This event is open to all staff working in Camden's schools.
What does this event cover What is Youth MHFA for Schools and Colleges?
Youth MHFA for Schools and Colleges has been designed especially with schools in mind. Based on the Youth MHFA course but targeted to meet the needs of educational environments, Youth MHFA Schools and Colleges will cover key topics around young people’s mental health and wellbeing, with a strong practical focus on how to support young people experiencing mental distress. Whilst the course is not a replacement for the two day Youth MHFA course, delegates will become Champions for better mental health in schools.
What will I learn about on a two day Youth MHFA for Schools and Colleges courses?
An in depth understanding of young people’s mental health and factors that affect wellbeing
Practical skills to spot the triggers and signs of mental health issues
Confidence to reassure and support a young person in distress
Enhanced interpersonal skills such as non-judgemental listening
Knowledge to help a young person recover their health by guiding them to further support – whether that’s through self-help sites, their place of learning, the NHS, or a mix – engaging with parents, carers and external agencies where appropriate
Ability to support a young person with a long term mental health issue or disability to thrive
Tools to look after your own mental wellbeing.
These sessions will be a mix of presentations, discussions, and group work activities. A safe learning environment will be ensured and you will be supported throughout the whole course. If you don’t feel comfortable joining in certain parts, then there is no pressure to.
How can MHFA for Schools and Colleges make a difference?
Youth MHFA for Schools and Colleges teaches practical skills that can be used every day
It gives a deeper understanding to the complex issues relating to young people and mental health
It helps people recognise the signs and symptoms of mental health issues
It enables young people to access appropriate professional help
MHFA England has a proven track record and demonstrates its effectiveness through evaluation.
There are 2 sessions between Wednesday 8 May 2019 and Thursday 9 May 2019