Browse our Mental Health related Qualifications
RSPH offers a range of Mental Health related Qualifications - regulated by OFQUAL/CCEA or Qualifications Wales - at Training Centres around the UK. Select a qualification to see full details - including syllabuses, fact sheets and specimen papers and a list of the Centres where it's available (you can enter your location on the next page).
If your local Centre doesn't currently offer RSPH Qualifications, let us know (here) and we'll get in touch with them.
RSPH Qualifications (classroom assessment*)
This qualification will provide learners with the knowledge, confidence and skills to support individuals who are thinking of making a health behaviour change.
This qualification will provide candidates with a knowledge and understanding of the principles of mental wellbeing.
This qualification is for individuals who are interested in helping others develop a healthier lifestyle by addressing the issue of alcohol misuse.
This qualification is for individuals who are interested in helping others develop a healthier lifestyle by stopping or reducing their misuse of substances.
This qualification is for individuals who are interested in supporting others to improve their sexual health.
This qualification is designed for anyone caring for people with dementia and those who work in the health and social care sector.
This qualification is for individuals who are interested in emotional wellbeing and how it can be maintained.
* The majority of RSPH Qualifications are taught and assessed in a classroom setting - while some offer on-the-job assessment. We are also working to introduce secure online e-assessment in the near future.
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Related eLearning Courses (study online)
If there are no Training Centres in your area offering RSPH Qualifications, our eLearning Courses are a great alternative. They can be studied anytime and anywhere. And some lead to a formal Qualification or contribute CPD points (following an optional classroom assessment).
The programme focusses on awareness-raising; encouraging meaningful use by educating users on the potential harms and benefits of social media.