The objective of this qualification by Royal Society for Public Health 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. 

Trainer: Arron Ring - SCVS

Cost: £35 to SCVS member organisations.

This course will take place face to face at SCVS.

The qualification will provide learners with an understanding of the importance of mental wellbeing, the theoretical models that can be used to describe it and factors that may affect it.

The accreditation is achieved through Multiple choice examination.

Learning Objectives:

  • Know how mental wellbeing affects individuals and communities, with reference to:
  • 1.1 aspects of mental wellbeing
  • 1.2 the importance of mental wellbeing for the individual
  • 1.3 how the community can affect and be affected by mental wellbeing.
  • Know how mental wellbeing can be improved and maintained, with reference to: 
  • 2.1 guidance for improving and maintaining mental wellbeing
  • 2.2 methods for the promotion of mental wellbeing
  • 2.3 applications of mental wellbeing in practical situations

Please note that if you fail to attend or you provide less than 2 weeks' cancellation notice you will be charged the full amount. If you find that you are unable to attend, we do allow and encourage you to find someone to take your place on the course, if this is possible for us to do for you at the time.

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