MH Future Pathways: Homeroom: Summer

Code: MHLXPWHMA1A18/19T3

Course Information

23/04/2019 - 27/06/2019 (9 weeks)
Tue & Thu
Southgate Campus

Fee Information

Free for 16-18 year olds (European Union)

Course Fee

*All fees here are VAT free

Barnet & Southgate College makes every effort to ensure that details about course fees are as accurate as possible but these are subject to change and an assessment of individual circumstances and eligibility.

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For adults aged 19+ recovering from mental health conditions and at a stage in their recovery where they are able to benefit from being and studying at college. The applicants should be ready to make a commitment to the course, attend regularly and be able to cope with the college environment. This course is a compulsory module in the Community Link programme. Students can then choose from our range of optional modules to make up their timetable.

No formal qualifications or experience are required.

Topic based learning with generally a new topic being covered each term. Topics will lend themselves to students being able to improve their confidence and self-esteem while also improving their ability to interact in a small, supportive group. Learners will also check in with their personal tutor, meet other learners, take part in college life and find out what is happening on the course and in the college in general.

No formal assessment.

Contact the course administrator on t:0203 764 4525. Or course leader on t: 0203 764 4433. Or the mental health team tutors by email: Students can also be referred by a mental health professional using our referral form. Please request a referral form by phone or email or visit the Community Link pages on our website

Yes - an informal interview. You will also need to take a short literacy assessment.

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