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Ellesmere Centre Certificate in Therapeutic Work with Children and Young People 2017

Who is this course for?
The course is designed for practitioners (e.g. in caring, education, mental health, mentoring, nursing, probation, psychology, social services, teaching and youth services) who are already working with children and young people. It is an opportunity to develop both new professional skills and also new self awareness.
The course is also a suitable introduction for those beginning therapeutic work with children and young people.

Course Dates/Times:
Module 1: Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th September, 2017
Module 2: Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th October, 2017
Module 3: Friday 24th, Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th November, 2017
Module 4: Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th December, 2017
Module 5: Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th January, 2018

For more information about this course please click here –  http://www.ellesmerecentre.co.uk/therapeutic-work-with-children-and-young-people.html


East Riding Futures in Mind Transformation Plan Work Stream One

Do you support children and young people in East Riding of Yorkshire OR considering expanding your work in the area?
Do you want to find out what is happening in the East Riding of Yorkshire to support Children and Young People’s emotional health and wellbeing?
Do you want to work in partnership with other services to help develop more support and resources in the future?

If the answer to these questions is YES, then YOU are invited to the following free information workshop.

East Riding Futures in Mind Transformation Plan Work Stream One – workshop

If you would like further information or would like to book your place, please complete the booking form below and email to: detty@ervas.org.uk or contact Detty Tyler 01482 871077


  • 1.15 Welcome and introductions
  • 1.30 What is Public Mental Health including the Life Course Approach and the East Riding priorities
  • 2 Training opportunities
  • 2.15 Group activity – What contribution can and do the community and voluntary sector make to the Public Mental Health agenda
  • 2.45 Feedback from the group activity
  • 3 Funding bids and opportunities
  • 3.15 Next Steps and Closing remarks