Measuring the impact of mental health and wellbeing interventions

This online course focuses on monitoring the impact of mental health and wellbeing interventions and support in schools and colleges.   

It will prepare participants to design and implement an evaluative approach that is rigorous, robust and feasible. 


The course will cover:  

  • simple logic models for school or college-based mental health support and interventions 
  • measurement tools 
  • implementation considerations 
  • analysing and interpreting data.  

Participants will be able to demonstrate the impact of the support they provide for internal evaluation and external accountability.     

Participants will learn: 

  • the benefits of using standardised measurement tools to monitor interventions and measure impact 
  • how to use a logic model to inform evaluation and monitoring of a mental health intervention 
  • how to select measurement questionnaires to measure specific outcomes 
  • practical considerations in monitoring the impact of mental health interventions in education settings 
  • to interpret measurement questionnaire data to understand the impact of an intervention.

Who is this training suitable for?

Staff in schools and colleges who support mental health and wellbeing including: 

pastoral support teams. 

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Nick Tait

Programme Manager

As Programme Manager for CORC, Nick works directly with members as well as on a range of projects in collaboration with CORC partner organisations. Nick joined CORC after working in schools, first as a teacher and then as head teacher of a large London primary school. Through his work with children he saw the importance of effective support for children’s mental health and wellbeing and worked with partner organisations to develop practice in school. He is particularly interested in the wellbeing of the most vulnerable children.

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