Following a challenging year due to Covid, we are happy to be able to bring you our new, fresh curriculum, which offers a mixture of both face to face and online courses. We have listened to our student feedback and have some new and exciting courses to offer; many based on the creative arts and moving even further away from the traditional clinical approach. This has involved working closely with a variety of partner organisations / individuals and we can’t wait to see these being delivered. We are delighted to now be offering 44 fully co-produced courses!
We look forward to welcoming some new faces, as well supporting the learning and development of those already enrolled with us.
Since the college opened in 2016, it has gone from strength to strength and we have seen some amazing outcomes. In 2018 we had a paper published highlighting the success of the college and the significant impact on mental wellbeing (Kay, K & Edgley, G (2018) ‘Evaluation of a new recovery college: delivering health outcomes and cost efficiencies via an educational approach’, Mental Health & Social Inclusion). We have continued to receive overwhelmingly positive feedback about our courses and the college in general.
We’d like to say a huge thank you to all our students, staff and partners who have helped to make the college such a success to date. We wouldn’t be where we are now without you all and can’t thank you enough for all your hard work and determination. We look forward to working with you and hope you enjoy our exciting new programme of courses at the Health and Wellbeing College.
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