This course is the scientific study of mental health disorders and is ideal for individuals wishing to progress from both 'Introduction to Mental Health' and 'Introduction to Psychology'. This course explores how mental illness is classified by the World Health Organisation and at the strengthen  and weakness of this classification. You will look at symptoms of one psychopathological spectrum and discuss the attitudes towards specific psychopathological disorders, describing stigmas and stereotypes. 

Planning Your Learning

Choosing the right course will help you get the most out of studying at Fircroft College. We offer one-to-one information, advice and guidance (IAG) to help you plan a personal programme of learning. We will look at what aims and goals you may have, your previous qualifications and experience, and what you want to achieve by studying at Fircroft. We will then plan a suitable programme of learning with you.

To find out more about how we can help you choose the right course for you, download our fact sheet  here.

To book an Information Advice and Guidance (IAG) meeting you can contact our admissions office on 0121 472 0116, or come to one of our drop-in sessions, every Monday from 2pm – 4pm.

Course date Postponed
Arrival Time 2:30pm
Course level Level 2
Course length  Residential- 3 days (2 nights)
Course fees View fee section
Course area  Skills for Further Study