Next week will see a new leadership course for young people during the February half-term break. JAMH, a leading mental health charity, has designed the course to equip young people with valuable skills and knowledge needed to become effective leaders in their communities.

JAMH’s new dedicated youth worker, Nadav Woolfson, will lead the programme, and offer mentorship and guidance to the participants. He will be supported by experienced youth worker, and JAMH trustee, Jonny Wineberg. The leadership course will include a range of activities and workshops that promote teamwork, communication, creative programming skills and a chance to hear about preventative mental health from leading professionals.

Nadav said, “The course is an opportunity for young people to become effective youth leaders delivering high quality, diverse and creative programmes to other teenagers. We want to see all young people having the chance to develop and be part of activities that they both enjoy as well as strengthen their resilience to the challenges of today’s world.”

Jonny said, “We are excited for what JAMH can achieve with Nadav and young people who get involved with our work. Support for young people is crucial for the future of our community and we are proud to be part of their journey.”

The leadership course will run from the 21st to the 23rd of February and is open to all those aged 15-18. Spaces are limited, so interested individuals are encouraged to register early.


For more information and to register for the course, please contact Nadav at