Wellbeing Champions

Hi , thank you for taking the time to register for this course, you will now have access to seven online learning modules providing you with the  information you need about being a Wellbeing Champion. 

Each module will take about five minutes to complete. There is also a short quiz at the end of the course (module eight) so you can also check what you have learnt. 

Upon completion of the course you will receive an online certificate which you can print or save to your computer.

Click on module one below to start your course.

Faith leaders cafe

Hi , thank you for taking the time to register to access our Wellbeing Cafe speaker recordings.

Click on a video topic below or search by speaker.

Increasing wellbeing and inclusion in early years settings

Hi , welcome to the Institute of Wellbeing’s e-learning resource on increasing inclusion and wellbeing in early years settings.

We believe that understanding the role of wellbeing in people’s lives, and teaching them how to achieve it, is key to helping them make progress and enjoy their lives more fully.

As an early years practitioner you are in a position to help improve the wellbeing of children and their families at a crucial point in children’s development, when the foundations of their future lives are being laid. Children from families with high levels of wellbeing make faster and better progress in their education.

Working with all families in an inclusive way is a requirement of the Early Years Foundation framework. Ofsted will also look for evidence of a partnership with parents and that all children and families, especially those with special educational needs and disabilities, are equally able to access good early years settings.

Increasing wellbeing and inclusion in early years settings – Refresher

Hi , welcome to the Institute of Wellbeing’s refresher e-learning resource on increasing inclusion and wellbeing in early years settings.

We believe that understanding the role of wellbeing in people’s lives, and teaching them how to achieve it, is key to helping them make progress and enjoy their lives more fully.

As an early years practitioner you are in a position to help improve the wellbeing of children and their families at a crucial point in children’s development, when the foundations of their future lives are being laid. Children from families with high levels of wellbeing make faster and better progress in their education.

Working with all families in an inclusive way is a requirement of the Early Years Foundation framework. Ofsted will also look for evidence of a partnership with parents and that all children and families, especially those with special educational needs and disabilities, are equally able to access good early years settings.