BA (Hons) Applied Social Studies (Mental Health) (Top-up) or GDip Health and Social Care (Mental Health) - Wolverhampton - West Midlands - University of Wolverhampton, School of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences - I15897

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BA (Hons) Applied Social Studies (Mental Health) (Top-up) or GDip Health and Social Care (Mental Health)

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  • Objectives
    Close collaboration with local Social Work employers and stakeholders within the field ensures that each award deliver a highly relevant and accessible programme of study Studying alongside students from other professional backgrounds, experts by experience, qualified social workers and those who have current experience of social care services facilitates the cross-fertilisation of ideas and insight into working practices Assessments will relate to your practice experience Teaching will take place on Thursdays and includes sessions outside standard University teaching weeks
  • Entry requirements
    For GDip Health and Social Care (Mental Health), you must hold a degree in an appropriate area (eg. social sciences, youth work, nursing). You must have significant and current experience of mental health services, through voluntary or paid work, or life experience. You must also be in a position to reflect on relevant social care practices For BA (Hons) Applied Social Studies (Mental Health) (Top-up) candidates must hold a Diploma in higher education in an appropriate area (eg. social sciences, youth work, nursing). You must have significant and current experience of mental health services, through voluntary or paid work, or life experience. You must also be in a position to reflect on relevant social care practices
  • Academic title
    BA (Hons) Applied Social Studies (Mental Health) (Top-up) or GDip Health and Social Care (Mental Health)
  • Course description
    Future prospects

    Successful completion of either programme enables workers with a range of degree-level qualifications to develop their careers working in Mental Health services, whether in the statutory, voluntary or private sectors

    Typical modules may include

    -Consolidation of knowledge and skills of mental health practice
    -Mental Health Law
    -Interprofessional approaches to values based mental health practice
    -Mental Health Policy and Mental Health Practice
    -Recovery and mental health
    -Learning from Experience

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