Mental Health Event: Support for Schools

Starts: 24 April 2018 08:30 AM (GMT)
Finishes: 24 April 2018 12:30 PM (GMT)

Birmingham

About this event

With the rise in children and young people suffering from mental health issues, emotional wellbeing and mental health is a growing concern for all, and as schools have a crucial responsibility in addressing this, Link2ICT would like to invite you to an event designed especially to support you.

Link2ICT, the education arm of ICT and digital solutions, is our joint venture with Birmingham City Council, providing an extensive and ever expanding range of services, solutions and expertise to the education community in Birmingham and across the country.

Link2ICT want to help you to build confidence in understanding this sensitive area and also the important role you play in supporting children and young people in schools. 

Join us on the day as we discuss:

  • Providing a positive educational experience
  • Tools and solutions to help you monitor and manage mental health concerns 
  • Successful practices and strategies to use in your school
  • Confidence building strategies and resources that are available

This event is free to attend so register your attendance today!

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