The Mental Health and High School Curriculum Guide is the first and only evidence-based Canadian mental health literacy curriculum resource designed for use in schools.  This is a one day training for junior and high school teachers who can then instruct their students over seven to ten classroom periods. The guide is a flexible resource for educators and can be adapted to different school populations and settings.

The Guide resource is comprised of six web-based classroom–ready modules, lesson plans, video and print resources; as well as evaluation options and a complete set of educational tools. We strongly recommend having Go-To Educators on your school’s staff before you deliver the curriculum information to students.

Training can now be completed online!http://pdce.educ.ubc.ca/mentalhealth/

  • UBC supported program
  • Registration is free
  • Certificates of completion available at a cost of $20.00

Typical in- person Curriculum Guide Sessions are:

  • 1 Full Day (or a half day if the teacher has completed the Go-To Educator)
  • Have 10-20 participants
  • Participants will need web ready devices
  • Held at a site with wifi access for all participants
  • Held from 8:30am -3:30pm
  • Are free of charge