Youth Mental Health First Aid Training – Birmingham
What is Mental Health First Aid? Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an internationally recognised training course, designed to teach people how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill health and provide help on a first aid basis.
Thu 31 Jan 2019
to Fri 1 Feb 2019
09:30 - 16:30
Spaces Available: 11
Sexual Violence, Contextual Safeguarding and Sexually Problematic Behaviour in Special Schools
The DfE has issued advice ‘Sexual violence and sexual harassment between children in schools and colleges’ (SVSH) (DfE May 2018) and also proposes to make aspects statutory by inclusion in KCSiE 2018. The DfE makes clear that this applies to all schools and colleges, and all children.
Tue 5 Feb 2019
10:00 - 16:00
Spaces Available: 18
Safer Recruitment and Vetting Refresher
This half day session looks at the arrangements schools must have in place to comply with KCSiE part 3. The content of the session presumes a working knowledge of safer recruitment & vetting checks.
Thu 7 Feb 2019
13:00 - 16:30
Spaces Available: 17
GDPR Breach Simulation Workshop
Our friends and data protection experts at the law firm, Shulmans LLP, are holding a Breach Simulation workshop specifically created for NASS members. This interactive workshop is designed to challenge your responses to real life personal data breach scenarios, allowing you to learn best practices from the experts as well as sharing experiences with your peer group.
Tue 26 Mar 2019
10:00 - 15:30
Spaces Available: 25
A Whole School approach to supporting mental health and well-being
Good mental health and well-being greatly increases our ability to learn and take in new information. Good physical health is assumed to be an important part of our daily lives but mental health often can be forgotten.
Mon 1 Apr 2019
10:00 - 16:30
Spaces Available: 19
Adverse Childhood Events in Education – helping schools to understand and support
Almost half of children in the UK experience at least one significant Adverse Childhood Event, such as abuse, neglect or the loss of a parent from their lives. ACEs have a major impact on adult health and wellbeing. In school, ACEs can impair children’s ability to develop relationships with others and, consequently, to learn. ACEs can also invoke difficult feelings in staff that work with children who experience them.
Wed 1 May 2019
10:00 - 16:30
Spaces Available: 150