Mental Health Leadership in Education Setting (SMHL Training)
The Charlie Waller Institute, in collaboration with Charlie Waller Trust, are offering the Department of Education approved Mental Health Leadership in Education Setting (SMHL Training) to all educational settings across the country, with our remote CPD offer.
Please watch this short video which may give you a basic insight into our organisation, as well as show you how the course will run:
We are taking bookings on a rolling basis and you can access our training at any point, with dates released for live sessions (usually every two months) once you have made a booking. Please follow the steps below to access our training.
Apply for DfE grant of £1200 and quote our course code: SMHL075
Book a place on our course at the cost of £800 per delegate.
Please complete the booking form below if you would like to be invoiced.Online Booking Booking Form
If you have any further queries about registering or booking a place, please email email@example.com
Format of training:
Total: 40 hours of CPD plus optional top up live sessions.
Coaching for each delegate – up to 2 hours.
See below for the modules and their format.
Introduction- Live half-day online session. The 8 online modules below are accessed via Blackboard (online portal). Delegates will have access to:
– Pre-recorded webinars from a range of professionals who have experience in Mental Health and Wellbeing roles, discussing their knowledge and skills
– Resources which include the most up to date evidence-based, as well as best practise, practical examples
– A discussion board to connect with members of the University Programme team, as well as other Senior Mental Health Leads on the course
– Remote meeting rooms to allow access to other Senior Mental Health Leads
– Access to a coach for up to 2 hours to enable support with ensuring practical applications into your educational settings, of a whole school/college approach to Mental Health and Wellbeing
1. Leadership and Management
2. Enabling student voice
3. Ethos and environment
4. Curriculum, teaching and learning
5. Staff Development
6. Working with parents/carers
7. Targeted Support and Appropriate Referrals
8. Identifying need and monitoring impact
Conclusion– Bringing together the training and next steps. Live half day online session.
You can find a rundown of all of the knowledge and skills which will be covered in the sessions in the DfE learning outcomes, published here.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you require further information regarding the course.