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This webinar will showcase the fantastic work of South Glos Schools who have implemented a whole school approach to improving the mental health and emotional wellbeing of students, staff, parents and carers.
A select number of schools will be sharing stories on the progress made in their setting.
The Public Health and Wellbeing Team will also share information on further developments made in our local schools.
This blended half day course has been developed in direct response to the current Covid 19 situation, and is designed specifically for online delivery to smaller groups of participants. It covers what self-harm is, and why people might hurt themselves, as well as providing space to think about what a helpful response to someone who has hurt themselves might be. It has a strong emphasis on bringing the voices of people who use self-harm to the virtual room, and provides space and time for reflection. This course has been developed to either stand alone or complement others in a series of events, and utilises a range of tools to offer a participative online training experience.
Worksheets, handouts and copies of the presentation will be available to complement learning.
Our expertise: Self-Injury Support has 30 years’ experience in delivering high quality self-harm education to a wide variety of settings and participants. Our approach is participative and reflective, and is focussed on bringing the voice of people who use self-harm into the room, building empathy and confidence for supporters.
South Glos Council Staff: if you don't already have a Zoom license please see attached.
The standard charge for this course is £40. Please refer to our Course Charges on the Home page for information on discounts and exemptions