Neuro Champions Train the Trainer 6 days
This module will also explore the development of children’s brains throughout their formative and teenager years, as well as recent findings on the impact of technology usage on modern-day child development.
The module will also explore vulnerability and resilience and focus on the importance of these areas in relation to child development.
This module will explore the legal, ethical and professional practice issues surrounding safeguarding. It will look at Section 11, Section 17 and Section 47 of the Children Act 1989 and 2004, in order to explore the statutory duty of key professionals and bodies to actively safeguard and promote the welfare of the children, young people and individuals with whom they are in contact.
This module will look at the role and importance of developing multi-agency partnerships and identify the positive aspects and complexities of working within this model. Research, serious case reviews and reports that have informed historical and current practice will be explored.
It explores some of the environmental, biological and historical in uences that have an e ect on our mental health, as well as the impact of social constructs and inequalities on our perceptions of mental health. The module will also explore the term neurodiversity, examining how attention de cit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorder and dyslexia, among others, impact learning styles.
Furthermore, it will address the stigma faced by young people who live with these disorders. This module will also explore culture, sexuality, disability and gender as areas of inequality that have an impact on mental ill health.
The module also covers signs, symptoms and treatment options for common mental health problems, including depression, anxiety and panic attacks, and how to identify these in children and young people.
The module aims to develop an understanding of current theories of behaviour, thoughts and emotions in relation to neuroscience, as well as their clinical implications.
The module focuses on the common signs and symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) for adults, children and young people, and explores NICE-recommended treatment options.
It also looks at what evaluation is and what the di erence is between research, evaluation and audit. Finally, the module reviews the measures and digital tool used in the Neuro Champions programmes and the data collected to evidence impact.
The module will provide an overview of current as well as emerging technologies that are used within the area of mental health. We will explore how they are used and discuss their positive and negative impact, learn about the di erent platforms available and also learn about how you can give advice around digital technology use to children and young people.
Constructive feedback for participants and opportunities for shadowing ‘live’ Neuro Champions sessions are also covered within this module. The module focuses on developing presentation skills, listening actively, empathising and dealing with di cult situations.