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Infant Mental Health Awareness Training

Part two of training package on Infant Mental Health Awareness

Health visitors, midwifes, family hub staff and Better Start project staff

Monday 12 December 2022

12.15pm - 4.30pm

Online via MS Teams

**TO ATTEND THIS COURSE YOU MUST HAVE ATTENDED THE INFANT MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS TRAINING. PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU ARE UNSURE IF YOU HAVE ATTENDED THIS.**

This half-day online training event builds on the knowledge gained during the Infant Mental Health Awareness training.

It aims to increase knowledge of risk factors for infant mental health difficulties; increase confidence in talking with families about infant mental health; and develop skills in parent-infant observations.

The Little Minds Matter project is commissioned to offer the training to Health Visitors, Midwives, Family Hub staff and Better Start Project Staff as a priority. However, if you work with parents and / or infants (for example you are a Social Worker, a Community Psychiatric Nurse or a CAMHS member of staff) in Bradford then please contact us on 01274 251298 for details of non-priority spaces.

Please ensure you have your managers approval before booking on to this course

Microsoft Teams to course will be sent to booked attendees 7-10 days before the start of course.

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Please note, this event is not organised by Better Start Bradford. If you have any questions about the event – or would like to check it is still running before attending – please contact the organiser directly.

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This training is delivered by Little Minds Matter. Find out about their other courses here.

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