OCNLR Level 1 Award in Awareness of Mental Health and Wellbeing
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About this qualification
The OCNLR Awards in Awareness of Mental Health and Wellbeing have been developed to provide all people not involved with the delivery of mental health services, with an understanding of mental health and its issues.
The Awards aim to raise awareness of mental health issues and how to foster good mental health and wellbeing. The aim is to remove the stigma of mental health by providing an understanding of issues surrounding it. The qualifications are useful for all people who have contact with the general public through everyday living, including carers, both in domestic and residential care settings, and those providing public services, such as, education, housing, transport and retail, both in employed and voluntary capacities.
These single-unit Awards are available at Level 1 and Level 2 to make the topic accessible to the broad range of abilities and needs of the intended audiences.
Units with support materials and tutor resources
The below units have associated Resource packs,
and/or the Online platform.
Please contact us to enquire about using these materials or to see demo.
|Mental Health Awareness L1 (Rise360 course)
FundingThere is funding available for this qualification from the following source(s):
16-19 EFA, Section 96 (Approved for 14-16s). Find out more by accessing The ESFA funding hub.
Where can I study this qualification?
For information on where to study this course please email email@example.com or call 020 7278 5511.
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