Training and support from LEHSS is free for anyone employed by a school or college in the Lancashire County Council area.
To help meet the learning needs in your setting around mental health, we offer Universal, Targeted and Specialist support.
Suitable for ALL members of staff in an educational setting, including non-teaching staff, administrative staff and governors
Suitable for all teaching and pastoral staff
Suitable for staff who have specific roles and responsibilities around mental health and the well-being of students
Our support includes
Our training focuses on common mental health issues that can present in schools and colleges, and on the practical skills that staff can use to support students.
To help you think about what training you and your staff team would benefit from, we have developed a training needs analysis survey that will help you identify what skills and learning around children’s mental health you could develop.
To find out more information on our upcoming training sessions and to book a place for yourself or colleagues, please click on the button.
We are keen to make sure our training offer is useful and relevant and meets the needs of schools and colleges. If you feel that there is an important topic or skill missing from our programme that staff would benefit from training on, please let us know.
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The Lancashire Emotional Health in Schools and Colleges service is dedicated to promoting mental and emotional well-being among students and staff in educational institutions across Lancashire. Our team of experienced professionals, work collaboratively to provide comprehensive support.
By partnering with schools and colleges, we seek to create a positive ripple effect that not only benefits individuals but also contributes to a healthier, more vibrant Lancashire community.