Level: 2 | Duration: 16 weeks | Start date: January 2023
What is this course about?
Explore the issues, myths and misconceptions surrounding mental health and learn about the rights of people with mental health issues. NCFE L2 Certificate in Understanding Working with People with Mental Health Issues can be achieved.
What will I learn on this course?
You will learn what is meant by the terms mental health and mental ill-health, the possible causes of mental health difficulties, examples of mental health problems, the social and personal effects of mental ill-health, how mental health is reported in the media and the negative effects this can have on an individual and society, the rights of people with mental health issues and much more.
Why choose Riverside College for this course?
Fun, motivating lessons which aim to build your confidence in understanding mental health issues. We also offer our part time students a varied enrichment programme to enhance your experience at college including guest speakers, trips and fun evenings.
Course Fee: £110 (TBC 2023)
How will I be assessed?
Your progress will be assessed throughout the course and you will complete a work book that will be assessed at the end of the course.
What are the Entry Requirements?
GCSE grade D/3 or above or Functional Skills Level 1 in English or achieving Level 1 on our college assessment.
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What do our students say?
“I found this course really interesting, as it helped to remove a lot of the stigmas surrounding Mental Health. I would be interested in continuing to learn more about mental health issues if there was other courses available.” – Gill Gillespie
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