Semester A Application Deadline Extended until 30th August 2019
This is an innovative e-learning programme developed through partnerships between experts by experienced practitioners, academics and service providers in the areas of mental health, social inclusion, leadership and recovery. The course was developed as part of an EU partnership to provide an international perspective on recovery and social inclusion issues.
This one year part-time course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to make a difference in to the recovery and social inclusion of people experiencing mental distress. You can choose two out of four modules related to mental health recovery and social inclusion:
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Recovery is an innovative and empowering approach to working with and alongside people experiencing mental distress. It is an approach that has gained great credence with service users, agencies and staff in recent years.
This fully online part-time course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to make a difference to mental health recovery and social inclusion. You will develop the skills to work directly with, develop policies and manage mental health work to aid the recovery and social inclusion of people experiencing mental distress. You will also develop an international understanding of processes and developments in the recovery and social inclusion.
This course is ideal for professionals from all mental health disciplines, service users, carers, service managers, policy makers and those who aspire to be leaders in their areas of expertise in their country.
If you have any questions about UH Online, our online distance learning courses, or the University in general, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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If, you're already working in mental health services:
For those who are service users or carers, a successful completion of the course could open the possibility of considering a career in mental health, or in mental health research.
Additionally, through learning about recovery and social inclusion you will hopefully be able to adapt approaches and understanding of your own recovery journey and the journey of loved ones. The underpinning philosophy of this course is to bring innovation and change to practice and we hope that the course will help you be able to work collaboratively with services towards this goal.
Studying 100% online means you can study when and wherever you want anywhere around the globe. There are no attendance requirements, although you will be offered at least two individual online tutorials and two group tutorials, as well as regular contact with tutors. To find out more about distance learning, funding and how to apply, please visit UH Online
For more details about fees and funding visit UH Online's fees page
The normal entry requirements for the programme are:
* We will consider applicants without a first degree; these applicants should be involved in some way in mental health services delivery, or be a recipient thereof. We wish to encourage applications from non-traditional students (particularly service users and carers) who may have missed the opportunity to become graduates but who nonetheless can demonstrate potential to work at Masters Level. Applicants without the required academic qualifications will be set a written task to demonstrate their motivation, potential and knowledge to work at Masters Level. This task will demonstrate the students’ ability to critically digest and discuss a relevant article, and reflect upon and articulate perceived personal challenges involved in working at level 7. Those applying to study an individual module will also be required to undertake the written task if they do not have the requisite existing qualifications.