Beat’s most recent eating disorders training programme for those working in primary schools, including school nurses. This course aims to increase understanding of eating disorders, including how to spot the early signs in children of primary school age.
Research has shown that the earliest opportunity to prevent eating disorders is during primary school, with children showing concerns about physical appearance at an increasingly young age.
This is a structured and interactive workshop from 9.30am-4.30pm with lunch included.
You will reflect on your own practice and within groups share stories and experiences. This course will also include presentations, putting learning into practice, understanding Beat’s services and signposting to local services. Also, where possible you will hear from an ambassador on their lived experience of an eating disorder and develop an action plan to end the day.
Aside from the compelling topic, the whole day just left me feeling empowered and made me feel something that most training courses don’t – that I can help the young people in my care with very little if any extra workload or sense of dread!
The training has been extremely informative and has provided me with more confident in working with young people with eating disorders. Thank you for such valuable training.