AYPH runs training and events to support organisations and individuals to understand and meet the particular health needs of 10-25 year olds.
AYPH training is developed and delivered with young people. We deliver online and in person training and you can commission us to deliver in house bespoke courses. We also hold regular online webinars. Sign up to our newsletter for more information or contact us.
We have run in house training for a variety of organisations, including: NHS England, the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, and local Integrated Care Boards.
View all of our training courses below
Much of our delivery is commissoned by organisations, but we also run open access courses that are open to everyone. A range of our courses are detailed below. If you are interested in attending one of our courses and cannot see an available date, please click here to be notified when new dates are released.
Increasing the impact of youth engagement
Two workshops designed in partnership with Imperial College London for public health partners working in North West London. Workshop 1 will look at qualitative analysis skills. Workshop 2 will look at engaging young people & families in your work. This will include learning directly from young trainers about how to involve young people in research.
This training is funded by NHS North West London Integrated Care Board.
Addressing young people’s health inequalities through your practice
Are you concerned about health inequalities but unsure where to start or what your role is in tackling them?
Join our course to learn more about the issue, how it is affecting young people and what you can do. This course can either be delivered as a one day in person course or as two, three hour, online sessions
Youth friendly health services
Do young people use your health services? Are you working towards the ‘You’re Welcome’ criteria for youth friendly health and care services?
Join our course to learn more about the principles of running a youth friendly health service and how to develop services that can support young people’s health needs at this crucial life stage and for the future.
Ethical practice in engagement with young people
Are you leading research about young people’s health and keen to involve young people in your work but faced with some tricky dilemmas? Join our course to learn more about taking an ethical practice in participation and engagement work with young people. This online training course will be split over two half days.
Do you want to sharpen up your workshop facilitation skills? Would you like to support the young people you work with to gain confidence in facilitation?
This two day course allows you to understand and practice the components in designing and delivering a safe, fun and creative workshop for young people and / or the professionals that work with them. This in person training course will be split over two days.
Youth mental health first aid
This online course trains you as a Youth Mental Health First Aider (MHFAider®), giving you an in-depth understanding of young people’s mental health and factors that affect wellbeing and the ability to support a young person with a long term mental health issue or disability to thrive.
View other events AYPH are involved in with our partners
Next steps for Relationships, Sex and Health Education in England’s primary and secondary schools – Westminster Education Forum – 8 November 2023
Time for action: addressing health inequalities for children and young people – The King’s Fund – 12 March 2024