You are invited to take part in the GM i-THRIVE Emotional Health & Well-being and Mental Health Training Analysis survey.

This survey is being run to understand training needs for those working with children and young people across Greater Manchester. Results will be used to identify skills within the Children and Young People workforce, including areas that require more training, and areas of strength we can build on.

The survey gives you the chance to report on your own skills and competencies and provides you with the opportunity to identify any training needs. Each section illustrates a task you may encounter at work, and you are asked to comment on how you feel handling the task. The survey will also ask you to comment on the importance of the task to your role and ask you about any relevant training or qualifications you may have completed. Afterwards you are asked to identify any training that you feel would be helpful should a similar task occur while you are at work. This could include training courses, mentoring, work shadowing, or any other ideas.

The survey is being conducted by the GM i-THRIVE team. Once collected and analysed the survey responses will help us see the training needs, gaps and strengths across the region. We’ll use this to develop specific and relevant training offers for the Children and Young People workforce in GM.

This should take around 20mins to complete

Your responses to this survey are strictly confidential, however, you may wish to use this in your own appraisal.

The survey is administered in accordance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

If you have any questions about this, or the survey in general please contact:

Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete this survey, your input is really helpful in developing the Greater Manchester workforce to be the best it can be.

The Greater Manchester i- Thrive Programme  aims to promote the mental health and wellbeing of the children and young people we work with here in Manchester.

Click on the above link for more information of what is happening locally and use the following brief video clip for more information on the national programme.