About our Courses
Our classroom courses
The majority of our courses for Jan - Apr will now be delivered in the classroom, with some exceptions remaining online being delivered via MS Teams, so please pay close attention to the timetable when booking.
Our courses are run by a practitioner trainer (eg Occupational Therapist, Nurse or Social worker) and a peer trainer (someone with lived experience of mental health issues).
The courses provide a safe, supported environment for you to learn and contribute to discussions when it feels right for you.
Courses vary from single sessions to sessions running from three to eight weeks. All sessions are half day with a break.
We use a range of learning methods, including teaching and group work. We can also advise on support for anyone having difficulty accessing our courses. If you have any difficulties or disability our administrative team can support you with this.
For those who prefer a virtual classroom environment we run weekly webinars using MS Teams. Groups are limited to between 6-8 per session, so if you’re interested in attending click here to see what’s coming up and how to register.
Not ready to return to class?
We know that not everyone is ready to return to the classroom, and for these individuals we will continue to provide our Home Learning Service. We will also continue with the support telephone line manned by our trainers, who are on hand to help answer any questions you may have.
The Recovery College E-Learning Hub is a multi-media resource for all the latest online content the college has to offer.
You can refine what you see by the type of content that works best for you. We have downloadable course content, videos, audio guides and blogs, as well as useful resource documents.
Don’t forget to check our website regularly as we’ll be posting regular updates as new courses become available.
If you have any questions about the home learning service, you can contact us by email at RCHomelearning@swlstg.nhs.uk