The objective of this course is to introduce how community development practice can be utilised in the field of mental health. Community development is a long–term value based process which aims to address imbalances in power and bring about change founded on social justice, equality and inclusion.
You will need to be a member of the Recovery College (To join - CLICK HERE).
YOU WILL BE ASKED FOR YOUR MEMBERSHIP DETAILS DURING THE CHECKOUT PROCESS
There are some scholarship places for people from developing countries to access this course. Please click on 'Scholarship Place' for more information.
This course considers the agendas and ways of working that community development brings to the recovery approach to mental health - and - to increase the confidence of community development workers in working with people with mental health problems.
This course and all our Foundation Courses were accredited in 2015. What this means, is that this course was examined by an External Accreditation Provider (www.cpdstandards.com) and was improved to reach a high standard.
When you fully completed the course, you will receive a Course Completion Certificate, stating the specific learning hours. As you progress through the course, you will be guided through a process to ensure that you are able to fully complete the course and receive a Certificate.
This certificate can be used in your professional and personal portfolios.