Navigating Global Conflict – NYA

This session will explore how global conflict impacts young people locally and globally, and the value in adopting a humanitarian approach. We will discuss the challenges of maintaining impartiality and navigating our own views while supporting young people. We will address media influences, mental health concerns, and strategies for ensuring safety and wellbeing for both […]

Care to Go Higher online course

This course is a series of six 2-hour sessions. These sessions take place every Monday morning over six weeks. You must be able to attend all six sessions to join the course. “To help care professionals support young people to be aspirational, make informed choices about their educational progression and plan for their next steps.” […]

Eating Disorder workshops for parents and carers – The Charlie Waller Trust

New Maudsley Carer Skills Workshops Based on the New Maudsley approach, these courses have helped so many families to navigate their way through a seemingly impossible task and offer professional techniques for becoming a ‘Change Coach’. Each course consists of a series of five two-hour workshops. These workshops will cover: New Maudsley Training Course Dates […]

SEND Basic Awareness Training

Sign up to complete our #SEND Basic Awareness training. It aims to improve the understanding, confidence and awareness of staff at levels 1 and 2 on topics including: SEND legislation, the Local Offer, #EHCPlans and more.

Exploitation and Gang Associated Harms Training

Thames Valley Violence Reduction Unit and Oxfordshire Youth are partnering to deliver some fantastic Exploitation and Gang Associated Harms training. This is designed to support professionals in understanding the contextual reality of exploitation and gang associated harms, their effects on young people and what to do if you have a concern. By the end of […]

CYPF conference 2024Neurodiversity: the therapeutic encounter

This year’s CYPF Conference will focus on the challenges and opportunities of working with neurodiversity when supporting children, young people and their families. The conference will aims to create a learning environment which enhances knowledge through research and evidence-based practice. The programme will include lived experiences to provide important insights and create a safe space […]

Anna Freud Centre training update for NHS Staff

The National Autism Trainer Programme (NATP) course runs over four days and is delivered completely online. The training is suitable for mental health professionals across all seven NHS England regions, and other relevant staff, who currently work or may work with diagnosed or undiagnosed autistic people in the following settings:  Course places are funded by […]

Leeds Beckett University

DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE GUIDE TO ADDRESSING EMOTIONALLY BASED SCHOOL AVOIDANCE Educational psychology experts at the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools have developed a guide for teachers and school leaders to address emotionally based school avoidance (EBSA). Inside Emotionally Based School Avoidance: How to get persistently absent children back into school, you will […]

Online Safety First Aid

At stem4, they want all young people to enjoy positive mental health, both online and offline. They want the professionals that support them to be able to talk with them about their online lives, to help them make the most of the opportunities and avoid or recover from the harms. So they have designed the […]

South East Bursary now live!

Up to five hundred bursaries for training places on youth work courses are on offer throughout the country. There are many different routes into the youth work profession. Thanks to a fifth year of funding from the Department of Culture Media and Sport (DCMS), the NYA and its regional partners are offering bursaries to help […]