Level 1 Award in Mental Health Awareness
Mental health is one of the most pressing issues of our time. And with this course, you can develop the skills you need to help those affected by it. This Mental Health Awareness Course is ideal for anyone who wants to develop their knowledge and understanding of mental health principles, and learn useful skills that will benefit their career progression.
With a huge increase in demand for skills in mental health throughout the last few years, this course is ideal if you're looking for a career change into roles such as Health Care Assistants, Support Workers and Social Workers. So if you want to be at the forefront of the industry and make a real difference to people's lives, this course is for you! It is also beneficial for those who would like to raise their awareness of mental health for personal reasons. This qualification is suitable for learners aged 16 or above.
(E-certificates upon achievement)
- Automatic enrolment with an immediate start
- Fully online course
- Study from anywhere, at any time
- Perfect for an introduction or refresher in a subject
- A great addition to a CV
- Receive a digital e-certificate upon completion
- Nationally recognised
- Official CPD certified course
- Access to an award-winning e-learning platform
- No hidden costs
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This course contains one unit which is split into manageable sections:
Section 1: What is meant by mental health
Learn about the terms ‘mental health’ and ‘mental ill health’, possible causes of mental health problems, examples of mental health problems, and common sources of information on mental health issues.
Section 2: The social and personal effects of mental ill health
Explore the prominence of individuals experiencing mental health problems in the UK, the effects that experiencing a mental problem might have on an individual, how mental health is reported in the media, the negative effects that media reporting can have on an individual, the negative effects that media reporting can have on society, and how stereotyping can affect people with mental health problems.
Section 3: The responses to mental health issues
Discover the rights of people experiencing mental ill health, possible responses that can be made to support an individual with mental health problems, factors which can have an impact on whether a response will work, where to refer people for further help or guidance about mental health issues, and ways to promote positive mental health.
Section 4: Cultural diversity in relation to mental health issues
Explore the possible causes of mental distress in different cultural groups, examples of barriers that may exist for different cultural groups accessing services, ways of overcoming barriers to accessing services, and factors that can help promote positive mental health amongst different cultural groups.
Key topics covered in the unit:
- The term ‘mental health’
- The components of what mental health is
- Characteristics of mental ill health
- Possible causes of mental health problems
- Examples of mental ill health
- Speaking to professionals and others about mental health concerns
- Mental health statistics
- The effects of mental ill health
- Mental health and the media
- Effects of the media on mental health
- Mental health and stereotypes
- Rights, legislation and guidance
- Promoting positive mental health
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