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The following training programmes have been developed by the Institute of Health Visiting (iHV), with the aim of delivering perinatal mental health training to both health visiting and multi-agency audiences.

The training provides an awareness level of training, which is suitable to all those working on a daily basis with mothers and their families in the perinatal period, to recognise and manage (appropriate to role and responsibilities) mild to moderate perinatal mental illness, to understand the impact of these disorders on the infant, family and society and to know when to refer on.

PIMH Champions Training

The following Champions programmes have been developed by the Institute of Health Visiting (iHV), with the aim of delivering perinatal mental health training to either health visiting or multi-agency audiences. The training provides the background and evidence to underpin a robust knowledge of perinatal mental health and illness for those for those who work with mothers and their families in the perinatal period, in order to become an advocate and a resource for perinatal and infant mental health locally.

New! 2 day PIMH champions course for health visitors

New! 1 day Multi-Agency Fathers and Perinatal Mental Health Champions training course

2-day Multi-Agency PMH Champions Training

2 day Multi-Agency PIMH Champions Training

2 days PMH Champions training for health visitors

2 days IMH Champions training for health visitors

PIMH Training Programmes options (Direct Delivery)

One day Multi-agency or uni-professional delivery

One day Multi-agency or uni-professional delivery

Currently undergoing final accreditation prior to release – coming soon!

e-learning

Based on the iHV’s Perinatal Mental Health training, these e-learning modules  help health visitors to update their knowledge and skills.

Please note these 3 e-learning modules are designed for health visitors who have already undertaken many years of education and training in nursing and/or midwifery as well as health visiting. They are designed to build on the theoretical underpinning that you use in practice, whilst refreshing and updating your practice.

Other members utilising the resources must do so within their own sphere of practice and within the jurisdiction of their employer’s vicarious liability. The Institute is not responsible for the application of these resources in practice.