The Training Effect works with local authorities to design and develop programmes which will improve outcomes for their local population. We design and deliver surveys which help them to identify understand their local needs, and provide consultancy to enable them to plan interventions.
These programmes focus on helping young people (and their school and college communities) to overcome problems which affect them, but which are not central to the core curriculum.
Our track record of successful and award-winning programmes demonstrates the effectiveness of our approach, which puts practical skills delivery at the centre, and is informed by the latest research and best practice.
In partnership with Essex County Council public health, TTE developed the successful Risk-Avert pilot programme to help young people understand and manage risk. By 2018, over 30,000 young people, in 60 schools had benefited from the programme. Read about the Risk-Avert programme.
TTE was commissioned in 2017 by CYPHP (Child and Young People Health Partnership) to design and deliver an emotional health and resilience programme, Head-First, for all primary and secondary schools in the boroughs of Southwark and Lambeth. Read about the Head-First programme.
TTE designed and deliver a drug and alcohol education project for all secondary schools in Oxfordshire. Since 2013, In-formed has now delivered sessions to over 35,000 young people, trained over 100 professionals and is a leading resource of PSHE support for schools in the county.
After our successful work delivering drug and alcohol education to schools in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire County Council commissioned a similar service for all their secondary schools. Their mix model combines TTEâ€™s direct delivery with their award winning Risk-Avert programme. Read about the Risk-Avert programme.
After the successful delivery of an emotional health and well-being survey for year 8 pupils, Derbyshire County Council recommissioned TTE in 2015 to deliver a four year tracking survey. The survey followed young people from year 8 to year 11 so that the council could study young peopleâ€™s thoughts and experiences as they develop through adolescence. My Life, My View has now received over 11,600 responses from young people in the county and will help the council provide the support that is needed for these young people.
TTE have been approved providers of training to Salford City Council since 2014, under their public health procurement framework.
Derby City Council commissioned TTE to deliver the My Life, My View survey.
TTE are approved providers to Camden Council, providing substance misuse training for professionals, especially social workers and social care staff, across the borough, and delivering a parental substance misuse course.
Barking and Dagenham Council commissioned TTE to design and deliver a training framework for professionals.
Guernsey Council commissioned TTE to deliver training for professionals focused on substance misuse.