Malachi’s training courses help to bring issues to life, to raise awareness, equip professionals with new ideas and techniques to use in their work. Delivered by experienced practitioners, these courses will help to support frontline staff.
Our three key objectives when delivering our unique training courses are
- Knowledge - from the training course
- Confidence - in the subject matter
- Tools - to support your school
Mental Health First Aid
In line with the Government’s recent ‘Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Provision’ Green Paper, Malachi are offering a two day course with our trained Mental Health First Aid practitioners.
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the mental health equivalent of physical first aid. This two day training course provides participants with the skills and confidence to recognise the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues and effectively guide a person towards the right support.
This training will give participants an insight into what attachment is and how these early experiences impact on the future relationships of the children and young people they support. It will also provide participants with what to look out for if a child is experiencing an attachment difficulty and strategies that can help them in school.
Resilience in Children
This training will enable participants to really understand what is meant by the term resilience. It will then explore strategies for how we can best support children and young people to develop and maintain resilience in their lives. This will be achieved interactively by looking at activities to promote emotional literacy.
This training provides participants with an understanding of how individuals can process grief. It looks at stages and models of grief and the impact that having a bereavement can have on a child and young person. It explores individual and team approaches to supporting children, their families and your staff.
Emotional Health in Children
This training course offers participants knowledge and understanding of children/young people’s emotional health and wellbeing. The course will invite participants to explore issues that can have a detrimental effect and strategies to better support them.
This thought provoking training invites participants to gain a better understanding of mental health, domestic abuse and substance/alcohol misuse, the impact this has on children, young people and families. The course enables individuals to be able to identify signs and symptoms of the toxic trio.
Resilience in Staff
The aim of this training is to allow staff to pause and reflect on how they manage their own workloads, stress and anxiety. This course will ultimately enable participants to feel better equipped to cope with everyday stresses.