Skills to support vulnerable young people to improve resilience

Our two-day Coaching 'At Risk' Young People training course supports practitioners to promote resilience and prevent the development of mental health problems in vulnerable young people through coaching and strengths-based approaches.

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Skills to support vulnerable young people to improve resilience

Our two-day Coaching 'At Risk' Young People training course supports practitioners to promote resilience and prevent the development of mental health problems in vulnerable young people through coaching and strengths-based approaches.

Make an enquiry

Address these needs in the young people you support

Disempowered

Are the young people you work with disempowered and lacking strategies to help themselves manage their situations?

Poor Mental Health

Are the vulnerable young people you work with struggling with poor mental health?

Dependant

Do you want build self-reliance and resilience in the young people you work with, to help them manage the challenges they face?

Crisis Management

Do you want to develop a proactive focus on prevention rather than crisis management?

Shared Approach

Do you want to use an evidence-based approach to providing early prevention for vulnerable young people?

Effective Prevention

Are the young people you work with disempowered and lacking strategies to help themselves manage their situations?

Crisis Management

Crisis Management

Crisis Management

Crisis Management

Crisis Management

Crisis Management

 
 

Increasing your capacity to support young people develop resilience

Coaching ‘At Risk’ Young People Training

The development of resilience and wellbeing underpins the prevention of problems for vulnerable young people. This course is aimed at practitioners that deliver direct work with young people who may be at risk of, or are struggling with poor mental health, due to vulnerabilities and challenging situations they face. The training develops practitioners’ ability to use effective coaching relationships, skills and processes in their work with young people.

What will the training cover?

During the training participants will:

  • Explore the underpinning skills and knowledge needed to effectively use coaching skills to develop wellbeing and resilience in young people.
  • Learn about effective coaching relationships and how to develop resilience through the coaching approach, skills and process.
  • Develop solution focused strategies that empower young people, enabling them to take ownership and accountability for their actions and outcomes.
  • Practice and apply strengths based positive psychology approaches suitable for vulnerable young people.
  • Practice and experience the coaching approach in order to effectively use this approach when working with young people.

What difference will it make?

  • Know how to apply a range of strategies and techniques that help vulnerable young people develop resilience and wellbeing.
  • Have tools and strategies to empower young people to build confidence and self-worth know how to effectively develop strengths in young people.
  • Gain understanding of the coaching process, skills and relationship and how to work with vulnerable young people using this approach.
  • Have practiced and gained the confidence to embed a coaching approach as part of their professional practice.

Underpinning Evidence

Coaching is evidenced to be the most effective way of providing support to develop resilience. Resilience is an important area of psychology research within the field of Positive Psychology. This training utilizes research and applied practice from both positive psychology and evidence-based coaching. These approaches have been adapted and made accessible and researched to understand how they effectively support the development of resilience in young people. This integrated approach has been demonstrated to increase self-awareness, self-regulation, interpersonal skills, wellbeing and positive outcomes for vulnerable young people and provide a proactive approach to prevention.

The training integrates strategies that include solution focused coaching, development of helpful thinking skills, raising emotional and self-awareness, development of positive interpersonal and communication skills, strengths based approaches and goal striving behaviour.


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Practical Information

Duration
Two days, delivered in-house in your organisation

Suitable for
- Practitioners that deliver direct work with vulnerable young people.
- Practitioners working in schools, MAT’s youth organisations, charities or social enterprises, e.g. homeless prevention workers, youth drugs and alcohol workers, youth workers, young justice teams, NEET prevention practitioners, mentors, volunteers, teachers, school pastoral teams , cared for young people support workers, young carers support workers

Cost
Request a quote below

Interested in tailored training?

We regularly develop tailored training to meet the specific needs of individual organisations.

Get in touch

Looking for a course for yourself?

See our open courses

Coaching ‘At Risk’ Young People Training

The development of resilience and wellbeing underpins the prevention of problems for vulnerable young people. This course is aimed at practitioners that deliver direct work with young people who may be at risk of, or are struggling with poor mental health, due to vulnerabilities and challenging situations they face. The training develops practitioners’ ability to use effective coaching relationships, skills and processes in their work with young people.

What will the training cover?

During the training participants will:

  • Explore the underpinning skills and knowledge needed to effectively use coaching skills to develop wellbeing and resilience in young people.
  • Learn about effective coaching relationships and how to develop resilience through the coaching approach, skills and process.
  • Develop solution focused strategies that empower young people, enabling them to take ownership and accountability for their actions and outcomes.
  • Practice and apply strengths based positive psychology approaches suitable for vulnerable young people.
  • Practice and experience the coaching approach in order to effectively use this approach when working with young people.

What difference will it make?

  • Know how to apply a range of strategies and techniques that help vulnerable young people develop resilience and wellbeing.
  • Have tools and strategies to empower young people to build confidence and self-worth know how to effectively develop strengths in young people.
  • Gain understanding of the coaching process, skills and relationship and how to work with vulnerable young people using this approach.
  • Have practiced and gained the confidence to embed a coaching approach as part of their professional practice.

Underpinning Evidence

Coaching is evidenced to be the most effective way of providing support to develop resilience. Resilience is an important area of psychology research within the field of Positive Psychology. This training utilizes research and applied practice from both positive psychology and evidence-based coaching. These approaches have been adapted and made accessible and researched to understand how they effectively support the development of resilience in young people. This integrated approach has been demonstrated to increase self-awareness, self-regulation, interpersonal skills, wellbeing and positive outcomes for vulnerable young people and provide a proactive approach to prevention.

The training integrates strategies that include solution focused coaching, development of helpful thinking skills, raising emotional and self-awareness, development of positive interpersonal and communication skills, strengths based approaches and goal striving behaviour.

This training has given me new skills and techniques to enable young people to recognise barriers and own emotions in order to be able to make more informed choices and set goals and aspirations for their future.

Nina Allard Service Manager - Inside Out, The Children’s Society  

Practical Information

Duration
Two days, delivered in-house in your organisation

Suitable for
- Practitioners that deliver direct work with vulnerable young people.
- Practitioners working in schools, MAT’s youth organisations, charities or social enterprises, e.g. homeless prevention workers, youth drugs and alcohol workers, youth workers, young justice teams, NEET prevention practitioners, mentors, volunteers, teachers, school pastoral teams , cared for young people support workers, young carers support workers

Cost
Request a quote below

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Practical Information

Duration
Two days, delivered in-house in your organisation

Suitable for
- Practitioners that deliver direct work with vulnerable young people.
- Practitioners working in schools, MAT’s youth organisations, charities or social enterprises, e.g. homeless prevention workers, youth drugs and alcohol workers, youth workers, young justice teams, NEET prevention practitioners, mentors, volunteers, teachers, school pastoral teams , cared for young people support workers, young carers support workers

Cost
Request a quote below

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This workshop is run at locations across the UK.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

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Interested in tailored training?

We regularly develop tailored training to meet the specific needs of individual organisations.

Get in touch

Looking for a course for yourself?

See our open courses