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Who can register?

Our aim is to offer training, learning and practical guidance to support you in your work, tailored to fit your context. Individuals and organisations can register with the TALK Centre, to provide access to all resources on our site, including free training and other learning opportunities.

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For you

We offer training and facilitate the sharing of training across the system of children and young people mental health workers in Norfolk and Waveney. Individuals can access our training through the website booking system, using Eventbrite. All training that is available to all will be clearly labelled within the TALK Hub. We offer training for the system and by the system, so much of our training is free to the individual, dependant on their setting and job role. Contact us for more information.

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For your team

The TALK Centre can facilitate training and the organisation of training for organisations who work within the field of children and young people’s mental health in Norfolk and Waveney. Contact us to find out how we can support your training needs.

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Whatever your skills

The TALK Centre is for all people within children and young people’s mental health services in Norfolk and Waveney. Our learning resources are available for people who work at all levels within the field. Use the filters within the hub to find information specific to the age of the young person you work with or the particular area of interest

 

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TALK is a place that listens to the workforce and supports us to find the information we need.

Youth Worker

If you are a health professional in Norfolk and Waveney, access to our free resources is simple.

Young people are at the centre of all we do and are a part of our team at TALK so we can better understand what they need.

Organisational leadership and young people

Including young people into the decision making for organisations working within the field of mental health allows for change which will benefit all services for children and young people.

The value of lived experiences

Lived experiences are unique and offer specific insights into mental health delivery for children and young people. Understanding lived experiences creates improvement to the delivery of services