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Our Mental Health training is provided by our specialist, experienced and knowledgeable care training team. This course will be ran with 5 half day workshops over a 16 week period, workbooks and full tutor support.
Are you looking for mental health training? UK employers, particularly in the health and social care sector, are increasingly interested in their staff having a sound understanding of a range of mental health problems. This qualification aims to raise your awareness of mental health and a range of mental health problems. You will gain an understanding of prevalent mental health problems and how you can then work with or interact with individuals with them.
Unit 1: Understanding mental health
In this unit you will learn about what is meant by ‘mental health’ and its impact. You will also look at the legal frameworks which ensure high quality care is provided.
Unit 2: Understanding stress
In this unit you will gain an understanding of stress and its causes, as well as the effects stress can have on individuals and their daily like. You will also gain an understanding of ways in which stress can be managed.
Unit 3: Understanding anxiety
Within this unit you will gain an understanding of anxiety, the causes of anxiety and how it affects the individual and others.
Unit 4: Understanding phobias
In this unit you will look at the causes of phobias and learn about how those with phobias can manage them.
Unit 5: Understanding depression
This unit covers the causes and effects of depression on individuals and those around them. You will gain an in-depth knowledge of how depression can be managed.
Unit 6: Understanding post-natal depression
In this unit you will learn what is meant by the term ‘postnatal depression’. You will look into how postnatal depression not only affects women, but the effect it can have on others around them.
Unit 7: Understanding bipolar disorder
This unit will give learners an understanding of bipolar disorder, its causes and the effects it can have on individuals and their daily lives. You will also gain an understanding of ways in which bipolar disorder can be managed.
Unit 8: Understanding schizophrenia
Within this unit you will look at the causes of schizophrenia and the media’s representation of this condition.
Unit 9: Understanding dementia
Within this unit you will not only learn about what dementia is and how it affects an individual, but will gain an understanding of the ways in which dementia can be managed.
Unit 10: Understanding eating disorders
Unit 10 will give you in-depth knowledge of eating disorder, the causes of eating disorders and how they can affect the individual and others.
Unit 11: Understanding attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Within this unit you will look at ADHD, the causes of this condition and the effect it can have on an individual and others.
Unit 12: Understanding Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
In this unit you will gain an understanding of OCD, its causes and how it might affect the individual and others. You will also learn about ways in which OCD can be managed.
Unit 13: Understanding Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
The final unit will give you knowledge of PTSD, its causes and how it can affect the individual. You will also gain an understanding of the ways in which PTSD can be managed.
Workshop Dates: This course consists of five workshop dates and each date is mandatory to attend
25th June 10am to 12pm
16th July 10am to 12pm
6th August 10am to 12pm
27th August 10am to 12pm
24th September 10am to 12pm
Fees: Free to unemployed and only £50 to employed learners. To find out more get in touch today.
(To be eligible for funding for this course you must be aged 19 or over on 31st August 2018; have lived in the UK or an EEA member country for a full 3 years prior to starting their learning; and be unemployed or earn no more than £15,726.50 gross annual salary. If you have not lived here or in the EEA for the last 3 years you will be required to produce evidence of your right to reside in the UK.)