Champion Builders: Training Leaders for Youth Wellbeing Ambassador Programme

Champion Builders: Training Leaders for Youth Wellbeing Ambassador Programme2024-05-13T14:18:14+00:00

Online Training

Develop an understanding of social-emotional learning in the classroom and how you can implement it within your school.

This guide has been developed with children in mind, ensuring they understand their emotions and evolve their social skills from a young age. Featuring tools and techniques to aid social and emotional learning, this course will educate you on how to implement them, helping children flourish in their future.

Course Information


Coffee Break Learning Couch Session
09.30am – 10.45am 4.00pm – 5.15pm
£59 £59
12th November 2024 20th May 2025

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Course Objectives

Enhance your undertsnaidng and application of leadership theories and practices in the context of children and young people’s wellbeing.2024-05-13T13:57:28+00:00
Learn to design, implemet, and evaluate effective wellbeing ambassador programme that engage and motivate young ambassadors.2024-05-13T13:58:31+00:00
Increase your knowledge of youth mental health issues and strategies to promote mental wellbeing among students.2024-05-13T13:59:24+00:00
Develop techniques to encourage and amplify the voices of young people, enabling them to advocate for themselves and their peers effectively2024-05-13T14:00:20+00:00
Explore strategies to equip children and young people with the skills to build resilience and empathy, crucial for their roles as wellbeing ambassadors and leaders in their community.2024-05-13T14:01:28+00:00
Exclusive access to the ‘Mind Work Matters Wellbeing Ambassador Community’ for future support and resources.2024-05-13T14:02:28+00:00

what the course covers

Social-emotional learning (SEL) is the process of learning about self-awareness, self-control and interpersonal skills, crucial for school and future success. Those who acquire these skills can cope easier with everyday struggles and benefit socially and professionally.

This course is a 2-hour-long, in-depth guide, sharing an insight to understand a detailed explanation of social-emotional learning and the tools and techniques used. It also shares the implementation tools and techniques, helping you apply the new knowledge and further children’s skills.

Who is the course for?

This training is for teachers or primary school educators passionate about making a difference in the classroom for their young minds. It’s an educator’s role to ensure children thrive in their development with the correct, practical tools in place.

Would You Like To Have This Online Course Delivered To Your School As A Half Day Session?

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What our Customers Say

I was put in touch with Kelly Hannaghan by the Education People after enquiring after a bespoke training session for my staff regarding mental health. Kelly and I spoke at length about what I was looking for and she suggested many excellent suggestions from her own extensive experience working with schools and with children. The result was that the 2 and a half hour session prepared was tailored to my school and the situations the staff and children are dealing with here. 

The session preparation was excellent and Kelly was available for some time before the session actually began so as to make sure noone any trouble getting onto the Zoom meeting and to answer any questions. 

I invited all my staff as well as governors to attend the training and it really was excellent both in delivery, preparation and immediate effect. There was a good mix of personal experience, breakout sessions, humour, feedback and time for questions. Kelly is approachable, knowledgeable and helped us all see the mental health of the staff and pupils at the school from different angles as well as giving us ideas for engaging our parents better.  

I would thoroughly recommend Kelly for any bespoke training your organisation may need. 

Giovanna Finaldi, St Bartholomew's Catholic Primary School
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