YAMH Project Update

The YAMH partners met online this morning to discuss our progress with the YAMH online courses content development.

Partners are working hard to create online learning and assessment content aimed at teachers and youth workers – to support them with the promotion and protection of youth mental health at school and in youth work settings.

INQS are responsible for the the creation of the learning content for unit 3: Introduction to the World Health Organisation’s Life-Skills Approach.

If you would like to learn more about the YAMH project and its resources which will be available for free as Open Education Resources, please get in touch!

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