Postgraduate Certificate in Service Leadership for Evidence-based Psychological approaches for Children & Young People
About the programme
This programme is aimed at service leads, managers and CYP service commissioners. The programme is being delivered by Cme in the Community CIC in partnership with Greater Manchester Mental Health Psychological Therapies Training Centre and The University of Manchester
This is a 60 credit M-Level training programme for experienced service managers already working in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). The programme is run on an annual basis. The training includes taught and guided experiential learning components and site visits to support service transformation with additional self-directed learning.
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The formal aims of the programme are as follows:
To develop competency in leading service change to deliver evidence based, quality driven, outcomes informed services
To have critical knowledge of the theoretical, research and implementation literature that underpins such service change
To enable service leaders to make the necessary changes in their services during the training programme
The objectives of the CYP IAPT Curriculum are that at the end of the programme Service Leads will:
- Understand the Children and Young People’s IAPT project
- Understand the importance of key-pivotal elements that they will be responsible for knitting together in transforming their services
- Know how to bring about the changes necessary to implement these key elements
- Have demonstrated implementation of the identified key elements in the Children and Young People’s IAPT project in their own services
- Understand how to maintain changes and have developed the necessary skills and competencies to ensure sustainable transformation.
- Have the knowledge of a range of resources and tools to support identified service transformation changes in accordance with key elements as prioritised by the CYP IAPT Programme
The programme also aims to support the following Qualities and Capabilities for CAMHS leaders (incorporating the CAMHS leadership qualities and capabilities framework):
- Demonstrating personal qualities and leadership
- Setting direction
- Working with others
- Delivering the service
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Who Can Apply
You cannot apply directly to the training centre for this course.
Application forms are sent to the CYP IAPT Service Leads within Children & Young People’s services across the North West Collaborative. Completed application forms must be approved by the Service Manager and the CYP IAPT Lead, who will be responsible for sending them back to the Training Centre. This must include CCG approval if they are funding salary support. Applications sent directly to the training centre by the applicant will not be able to be accepted.
Eligible applicants will be working within North West CYP IAPT Collaborative. Recruitment is a joint process with collaborative partners and will be existing managers, leads and CYP service commissioners and will be highly experienced managers working within CYP mental health.
North West Collaborative
The Northwest CYP IAPT Collaborative is a partnership between The University of Manchester, Greater Manchester Mental Health Foundation Trust and over 70 providers and commissioning bodies of children and young people’s mental health services across NHS, Local Authority and Voluntary sectors working in the Northwest, Yorkshire and West Midlands.
It’s one of five Learning Collaboratives across England that are part of the CYP IAPT country-wide transformation programme. The collaborative seeks to improve services through better evidence based practice, better collaborative practice, authentic participation and better use of feedback and clinical outcomes across all services.
The programme curriculum will be delivered in mixed format of formal learning and experiential ‘guided learning’. There is also a Service Transformation project in which the students will implement an agreed programme of service transformation within their own organisation. As service lead students you will implement change through the support and experience of the programme leads, experts in the field and your peers.
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