DfE Course title: Introduction to the Role of the Mental Health Lead
DfE Course Code: SMHL106
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for those new to the role of Senior Mental Health Lead and so want to get to grips with the basic requirements of the role.
It can be used as preparation for to going on an intermediate, advanced or senior leader course. (for those choosing this pathway, then we recommend booking your other course and selecting this as an add-on to that as it is cheaper)
About the course contents
This course helps people understand the requirements of the role and some common tools to help fulfil these requirements.
This course covers all aspects of the DfE Senior Mental Health Lead training description:
- About the Role
- Ethos and Culture
- Leadership and Management
- Pupil Voice
- Parents, Carers and Community
- Staff Development
- Monitoring the Impact of Interventions
- Targeted Approach
- Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
Participants are required to submit a simple individual or setting action plan to gain certification (no additional work – this can be completed during the course).
We have versions of this available for both assistant mental health leads and designated governors. DfE grants cannot be used for these, however if you are interested, then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
As learners work through the course, at the end of each module they are asked to reflect on any actions they need to do to fulfil the role in their setting and record these on an action plan. To gain their end of course certificate they send back their action plan.
- Apply for your place on a course
- Apply for the grant
- We give you a code to claim your grant and invoice you
- You claim for the grant money
- You attend the training
For more details, please see https://mentalhealthlead.com/dfe-grant-process/
Online Self-study Course
Live Online Courses
18th November 2022
27th January 2023
16th March 2023
Currently there are no in-person courses available.