Skip to content

4

June

Anxiety in the classroom

This course will help you build an understanding of how anxiety affects children and young people and develop strategies to help them manage it.

What is anxiety and how does it affect learning and development? How do we recognise it in children and young people and what can we do to overcome it?

Anxiety is the single most common mental health problem in children and adolescents and it can have a huge impact to the quality of life of the child and the child's family. This can manifest itself in terms of difficulties with attendance at school, ability to concentrate and perform in the classroom or in exams, in with social emotional well-being & behaviour.

This course will help you build an understanding of how anxiety affects children and young people as well as develop strategies to help them manage it.

Training objectives

By the end of the course, you’ll:

  • understand what anxiety is
  • recognise signs of anxiety disorders in children and young people
  • learn strategies to help young people manage stress and anxiety and recognise what level of anxiety is ‘normal’
  • be able to support children and young people experiencing everyday stresses such as exam pressures
  • recognise when to bring in specialist help when levels of anxiety need treatment from qualified mental health practitioners.

Instructions to delegates - venue has no parking

There is no parking available at venue. There are many parking options in central Maidstone, however the most convenient is Sandling Road car park (ME14 1QN) or alternatively use public transport.


How to book

Please book using CPD Online

Starts

9:15am

Ends

12pm


Venue

Kent County Council - Invicta House


Address

Sessions Square, Maidstone, Kent ME14 1XQ

Cost

£60


View more events