Anxiety training for youth & children’s workers

With as many as 1 in 3 young people suffering with anxiety and wellbeing at an all time low, now is the time to act.

Love Black Country Next Gen are excited to be partnering with Reality Youth Trust again to offer youth and children’s workers the chance to become licensed anxiety trainers for older children and young people.

On Tuesday 21st and 29th September, LBC Next Gen will be hosting two training sessions on Zoom, delivered by Reality Trust Youth Project, to train and licence youth workers to go into schools and deliver the Tranquility Anxiety Course, a new 6 week course to help older children and young people find solutions to deal with their anxiety. It is designed to be run in secondary schools but can also be delivered in a variety of settings including churches and community groups.

The training and licence will cost £75.

You can book your place by emailing deb@loveblackcountry.org.uk

To find out more about the Tranquility Course for older children and young people, please click here.


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