This course will develop your understanding of a range of mental health issues, including stress, anxiety, depression, phobias, dementia and other conditions, which may significantly affect someone's mental health.
You will be given a thorough grounding in what is meant by mental health terminology, possible causes and triggers of each condition, how each condition can affect the lives of the people living with them, and how conditions may be managed.
This qualification is aimed at students who are involved in the delivery of mental health services but do not hold a related professional qualification.
Units may include:
Students are expected to have at least a Level 1 qualification in English, which will be assessed before starting the course.
This is a distance learning course, with 160 guided hours. Assessment must meet the requirements of the identified assessment strategy/principles. All learning outcomes must be met to achieve a pass.
This qualification is online only so you can study it at your own pace in your own workspace.
Successful students can progress to other qualifications such as:
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.
A festive flash mob starring many of our SEND students wowed the crowds at a busy Southsea shopping precinct.
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.
Year 10 pupils from Milton Cross Academy and St Edmunds Catholic School had great fun in the TECH:TRUCK during one of our taster sessions.
Jubilant students and staff are celebrating a return to pre-pandemic performances for A Level and Level 3 results released today.