There are a wide range of mental health training and development opportunities for people working with children and families.
To access more information about some of the courses please contact the relevant organisations below:
Norfolk and Suffolk Mental Health Trust (NSFT) who provide specialist and highly specialist services across Norfolk (Tier 3 services) sometimes provide training across Norfolk. For more information view Training Courses.
The Education Psychology and School Support (EPSS) team offers a series of twilight sessions, focused on mental health for schools. For more information contact Rita Adair at firstname.lastname@example.org
For information or training about critical incidents, loss and bereavement issues contact Bianca Finger-Berry at email@example.com.
A number of other local agencies provide mental health training and support for practitioners.
For more information please contact Norfolk Momentum which is a membership based charity that acts as an umbrella organisation to those working with children and young people. For more information please visit the Momentum website.
There are a large number of mental health trainers and training-based organisations. Listed below is a sample of them.
Disclaimer The list provided below has been compiled as a point of reference only. Norfolk County Council is not responsible for the quality of any delivery, or the reliability of the trainers. Listing should not be taken as endorsement of any kind.
Norfolk County Council will only endorse trainers it has specifically commissioned to deliver courses.
The Anna Freud offers a range of courses for mental health practitioners who wish to develop their understanding of mental health issues. For more information please go to: www.annafreud.org
The Royal College of Psychiatrists provide a range of training courses for people wanting to develop their understanding of mental health. For more information please contact: www.rcpsych.ac.uk/specialtytraining.