This qualification aims to raise awareness of mental health and a range of mental health conditions.
No formal qualifications or previous experience is necessary to enrol on to this course.
You will receive a set of high-quality course materials that will be yours to keep and use as a reference.
This course can be started at any point during the year, allowing you to learn in your own time, in your own space, and at a pace that suits you.
After successfully completing this course, you will receive a nationally recognised qualification and your VRQ will further your personal and professional development and looks great on your CV.
Check out all the fantastic opportunities available, including more exciting new T Levels, by coming along to our next cross-campus open events, from 4.30-7.30pm on 11 and 12 October.
Our exciting journey has taken a giant leap forward! This new website is the result of Highbury and Portsmouth College’s official merger, an ambitious move which is already creating significant benefits for the city and region.
A healthcare training suite for T Level students has been opened at City of Portsmouth College by Penny Mordaunt MP.
“Being a course rep has helped me to be more confident. I am part of a group where my opinion matters, and our goal is to make college the best it can be for everyone.”Alaa Asad
Health & Social Care Course Rep
Employers from across the Solent joined City of Portsmouth College to help shape the new T Level qualifications being launched this September.
As we celebrate National Apprenticeship Week, a group of pharmaceutical technicians are sharing why an apprenticeship is helping them to build their future in the NHS.