Course Duration
3 Weeks
Location
Cauldon Campus
Course Cost
£ 25.00
Do I have to pay this fee? These courses receive government funding, and some learners will be eligible for FREE tuition if they meet specific criteria. Some L code courses at Level 3 to 6 may also have an Advanced Learning Loan available for learners aged 19 and over.
Course Code
PL6243
Start Date
23/01/2023
Start Time
-
Day
Tue

Course Summary

This course will support you in developing an awareness of mental health both in young people and adults. This course is an introductory in looking for the signs and symptoms of someone who is suffering with their mental health and how you can support someone and how you can find further support.

Course Requirements

Entry Requirements

No formal requirements.

How Is It Assessed

No formal assessment, however attendance is mandatory to received a certificate.

How Is It Taught

This is taught in our classroom on the Cauldon site, with lots of discussion and use of examples to support you in developing your own skills and behaviours to support with mental health both at work and at home.

What Could I do Next

Why not try one of our health and social care qualifications or a distance learning course in mental health?

Entry Requirements

No formal requirements.

How Is It Assessed

No formal assessment, however attendance is mandatory to received a certificate.

How Is It Taught

This is taught in our classroom on the Cauldon site, with lots of discussion and use of examples to support you in developing your own skills and behaviours to support with mental health both at work and at home.

What Could I do Next

Why not try one of our health and social care qualifications or a distance learning course in mental health?

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