On-line learning offers a flexible and friendly approach to learning. Participants are allocated to a tutor and are expected to join in discussion forums and submit individual pieces of work for feedback.
Basic IT skills are required specifically, ability to create documents in Microsoft Word, use e-mail, and search the internet.
- The historical and cultural context of mental health
- Stress Vulnerability
- Collaborative working
- Staying well
- Developing shared understandings
- Social inclusion, beyond symptoms and deficits
- Psychological approaches
- Family work
- Recovery the contemporary context
- And much more!
“Very though provoking course which has helped me to bring more of a recovery based approach to my work.“