Professionals Music and CYP Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Training

Welcome to your training session.

Please ensure every participant has completed their pre training questionnaire before accessing the training. If not, please ask them to complete it now. The questionnaire page link can be found on the next page. 

The pre course questionnaire allows you to assess the level of understanding you already have. It also allows us to address the needs of our users in future course releases. You will be asked to complete this on the next page before accessing the training material.

Following the training you will be asked to complete a post questionnaire after which you will receive your certificate of completion.

About Us

Our aim

The school links team aims to support educational professionals to broaden their understanding of children and young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing. We also aim to increase professionals’ confidence in maintaining positive mental health for children and young people in North East Lincolnshire.

We are passionate in early identification and early intervention of children and young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing issues. We also want to support professionals in preventing deterioration of children and young people’s mental health.

The aims of this training

Music can play a substantial role in aiding children and young people with their mental health. Understanding how this can be accomplished will allow you to offer this intervention to help a child or young person through their difficult time.

The aims of this workshop are:

  • To broaden your understanding of the terms 'emotional wellbeing & mental health'
  • To take part in a structured experiential workshop surrounding music
  • To consider what you already do using music to enhance CYP’s emotional wellbeing and mental health
  • To use the 5 ways of wellbeing model in our understanding.

Contact us

If you have any issues viewing your training course please do not hesitate to contact us

Telephone: 01472 252570 




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