Our e-learning courses cost £35 (+VAT) per place, discounted to £25 (+VAT) per place for Stonewall School & College Champions members & CYPS Champions members.
If you are a member of one of Stonewall's membership programmes check the memberships web portal or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details of how to redeem your discount.
If you book more than 10 places, then you can take advantage of our discounted e-learning bundle deals. Please contact email@example.com for more information. We can work out a tailored bundle deal for you based on the number of places you want to buy.
If you have any further queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What will I learn?
After completing our training, you will be able to:
- Identify your role in keeping LGBTQ+ young people safe, and free from stigma and discrimination
- Consider how LGBTQ+ inclusive practice and resilience can be embedded across your school or college
- Consider how the intersections of LGBTQ+ identity, race and disability can affect risk and protective factors for positive mental health
- Explore the importance of relationships and what LGBTQ+ young people say works in helping to support their mental health and build their resilience
“I really enjoyed the course and felt the layout was informative and accessible. This course helped further my understanding of LGBTQ+ mental health and what these students face at school. The facts were really useful, as were model answers and resources that I can take to the rest of my staff when covering this content further.”
About the course
This CPD accredited course will provide you with the knowledge, tools and confidence to better support the mental health and wellbeing of LGBTQ+ young people. The content you see is tailored to your nation and setting type. Use the dropdown menu at the start of this page to choose your nation, setting type and whether you’d like to learn in English or Welsh.
Stonewall has developed the content of this course with YoungMinds, the UK’s leading charity fighting for children and young people's mental health.
Who are these courses for?
This course is suitable for anyone working with secondary aged young people within children and young people’s services. This is the version for children and young people’s services staff over the age of 18 in England.
Please note that it is not suitable for those working with primary-aged children.
This is not a mental health diagnostic training, nor is it a replacement for safeguarding training.
Which version of the course do I need?
If you work in a school, college or education setting, choose 'School or college or education setting' from the dropdown list. If you work with children and/or young people in another context, choose 'Children and young people's services'.
Choose the nation in which you are based from the dropdown list. If you are not based in England, Scotland, or Wales, choose England. If you'd like to access the course in Welsh, choose 'Wales - Welsh language' from the nation dropdown list.
How long is the course?
This training package is full of essential information, practical advice, and interactive activities. Complete your course at your own pace and in your own time, it'll take around 4 hours in total.
Payment and access
If you pay by card or PayPal you will have instant access. If you are buying places for your colleagues, you can grant and manage their access in the Stonewall Learning platform.
Click here if you need to be invoiced rather than pay by card or PayPal. Please note it may take at least 5 working days to process the invoice and you will not gain access until payment has been received.
At Stonewall we put accessibility at the forefront of all that we do and want to make sure our learning can be accessed by all. You can find out more by reading our accessibility statement.
Access will cease 365 days from purchase.
Please make sure that you create your order using a personally identifiable e-mail address. Your email address will become your username for the e-learning so you must use your own e-mail address and not a shared one. It's important this is the email address linked to the organisation you are purchasing on behalf of.
Stonewall is proud to provide information, support and guidance on LGBTQ+ inclusion; working towards a world where we're all free to be. This does not constitute legal advice, and is not intended to be a substitute for legal counsel on any subject matter.