Online Courses

Getting Young People Active During Covid and Beyond

This live 1.5-hour webinar aims to look at how we keep young people active during periods of lockdown. The session explores current trends from StreetGames research of how young people are preferring to stay active, and how their motivations to be active have dramatically changed over this period.

We will share practical ideas of how to keep young people active both using online and offline methods and share activity ideas that can be delivered safely within current social distancing guidelines.

Date: TBC
Time: 6-8pm
Delivery Methods:  via Zoom
Price: £30 + Booking Fee

We will provide a link to book your space once the course date has been confirmed.

If you wish to express an interest in this course please email sportsdevelpment@lichfieldc.gov.uk

 

Mental Health Conversations during Covid Webinar

This live 1.5-hour webinar aims to give an overview of how the current pandemic is impacting on young people’s mental health and wellbeing. We will give top tips and ways in which to start a conversation about mental health with a young person, if you feel you need to, and show some practical examples of how you might respond to common challenges of the moment.

In addition we will also look at what you might be able to keep an eye out for, even remotely, if a young person is struggling with their mental health and provide you with some safe and reliable places that you can signpost them too if you or they feel that further support or advice is needed.

 

Date: Tuesday 13 October 2020
Time: 6-7.30pm
Delivery Methods:  via Zoom
Price: £20 + Booking Fee

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ACEs (Introduction to Adverse Childhood Experiences): 

This course is FREE and has been funded by the Home Office Early Intervention Fund. It’s less than an hour long online, and looks at:  https://www.acesonlinelearning.com/

  • How adversity in childhood has a significant impact over a person’s life course.
  • Identifies a range of social and community impacts resulting from ACEs.
  • Key examples of ‘Protective Factors’ that can help prevent ACEs and strategies to help build resilience.

 

 

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