The aim of this qualification is to provide candidates with a knowledge and understanding of the principles of mental wellbeing, the effect of mental wellbeing on the individual and community, and how mental wellbeing can be maintained or improved.
Our revised mental health and wellbeing qualification* offers an understanding of attitudes and beliefs about mental health and wellbeing. It will enable learners will explore theoretical models used to describe mental health and wellbeing and the strategies that may be used to promote wellbeing of the people in their community.
* If you were approved for the earlier version, then you will receive automatic approval for this new qualification.
This qualification is specifically designed for people who work with individuals and families in a health or social care environment. This includes people working in local authorities, housing associations, voluntary organisations, sports centres, care homes, colleges or schools.
In short, anyone who is concerned with the mental wellbeing within their community or workplace.
For learners: see below for your nearest centre. Centres are listed alphabetically - to find the centre nearest to you, please use the location finder.
For current centres: if you are interested in delivering this qualification, please visit the Centre Area and register your interest.
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Centres offering this qualification
37 centres offering this qualification