Residential at the college

Mental health issues affect 1 in 4 people with nearly 12% of the population experiencing depression and anxiety, making it the most common issue of current times.  Our mental health affects every aspect of our lives and good mental health is essential to our overall health and well-being.  This course will explore what mental health is and why good mental health is important. We will identify the factors which affect us and the common reasons why people experience poor mental health.

If you have or know someone who has experienced a mental health issue or just want to understand more about the subject then this course provides key information.

Dates 

21st April 2021 - 23rd April 2021 (3 Days- 2 Nights)

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27th July 2021 - 29th July 2021 (3 Days- 2 Nights)

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Level

Level 1 

Learning Outcomes 

You will examine the stigma, commonly held myths and misunderstandings surrounding mental health as well as identify strategies for building resilience and coping skills, as a way to strengthen our mental health and overall well-being.

Entry Requirements 

You will need your own computer with a camera and microphone installed so that you can fully engage with online learning when enrolling onto the online version of this course. 

Progression 

This course provides a good foundation for further study in Health and Social Care and other Personal and Social Development Courses or Psychology courses.