Children's Early Intervention Services Win at Social Work Awards

The Children’s Early Intervention Services in Northern Trust where the winners of a Learning and Development Team Award at the Social Work Awards.

The award ceremony took place on Friday 15 November at the Slieve Donard Hotel, Newcastle, hosted by the South Eastern Trust.

The awards recognise and reward the efforts of social workers and highlight the positive impact of the profession on individuals, families and communities.

The ceremony was in collaboration with service users from the South Eastern Trust who helped to make the awards, decorate tables and present the awards to the winners.

Our Direction choir, made up of service users, kicked off the ceremony with Tim McGarry as compere.

The award given to the Children’s Early Intervention Services was specifically for the development of the Crash Course in Mental Health. Crash course is a learning and development initiative which promotes positive child and adolescent mental health and emotional wellbeing through the creation of a training programme. It is targeted at those front line staff who are in regular contact with children and young people.

It has been copyrighted and is clinically governed by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

 

Page last updated:26 November 2019