In partnership with our partners in the city we are championing free access to courses for those with mild to moderate mental health challenges. All contact details below.
‘Self Health’ is part of a government funded National Adult Education Mental Health Research Project. As part of this project we are delivering free courses in a range of subjects and measuring their impact on the mental wellbeing of those with mild to moderate mental health challenges.
It is hoped to show, through this research, that adult education courses can have a positive effect on people’s mental health and benefit hundreds of adults across the country. This evidence would help to secure government funding for adult education providers for the years to come.
Who Can Attend?
These courses are specifically for those with mild to moderate mental health concerns. We have been given guidelines about who can attend the courses. You can only attend one Self Health course so that as many people as possible can take part in the research project. If you have already attended a Self Health course between September 2015 and December 2016 you will not be able to attend another course.
How to Enrol
Enrolling on a Self Health course is different to enrolling on other courses. Please read this further information (click here) so that you can find out about what’s involved and the sort of questions you’ll be asked.
Enrolments will be managed by partners individually so please contact the course provider to enrol. Unfortunately we are unable to take online enrolments. You must be aged 19 or over to enrol.