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Short Courses | Mental Health Bundle (CPD)

Original price was: £240.00.Current price is: £75.00.

Mental Health Short Course bundle – 8 courses for £75! Includes Understanding Depression, Anxiety and Dementia + much more! All CPD Certified.

Description

The understanding of mental health has become more relevant than ever. The courses listed here will allow professionals, those looking to work with, or currently live with to prepare to meet the challenges faced by people with mental health issues and offer them ongoing support.
 
The following courses are included in the Mental Health course bundle:
 

CPD Understanding Stress (CPD Certified)

Interested in completing some stress management training? UK employers reported that 12.5 million working days were lost due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety in 2016/17*, so learning to manage stress can have a significant, positive effect on your mental well-being. This course aims to give you the knowledge required to understand the impact of and key issues surrounding stress and raise awareness of the harmful effects stress can have on individuals and those closest to them. The course is ideal for anyone who would like more information on this subject for personal reasons, or anyone who would like to work with, and support, individuals with stress.

*HSE

This course is set up into manageable sections. These include:

Section 1: The definition of stress

In this section, you will understand the definition of ‘stress’, the causes and effects of stress and internal and external demands of stress and how these can be effectively managed.

Section 2: Causes of stress

You will examine in greater detail: the main causes of stress, stress in the workplace and the general fear of feeling a lack of control over one’s own life.

Section 3: The effects of stress

In this section, you will identify the physical effects of stress, the body’s reaction to stress and the possible side-effects it can have on our health.

Section 4: Internal and external demands in daily life that can cause stress

You will cover, in more detail, the internal and external demands present in daily life that can cause and heighten levels of stress.

Section 5: Stress management and support

This section introduces the steps that can be taken to reduce the arduous demands we experience in life which can lead to stress.


 

CPD Understanding Depression (CPD Certified)

Are you looking to increase your understanding of depression? Why not complete our Understanding Depression training course? This course aims to give you the knowledge required to understand the impact of and key issues surrounding depression and anxiety – an essential skill for anyone who works with individuals who have depression and anyone who would like more information on this subject for personal reasons.

This course is set up into manageable sections. These include:

Section 1: The meaning of ‘depression’

In this section, you will look at the difference between ‘feeling low’ and clinical depression, alongside examining the key facts about depression.

Section 2: The cause of depression

In this section, you will cover the causes and symptoms of depression and will also look at individual experiences and case studies from those who have experienced the condition.

Section 3: The effects of psychotic depression

In this section, you will understand exactly what psychotic depression is, develop the skills required to identify those suffering from it and begin to explore ways in which to begin dealing with the condition.

Section 4: Effects on the individual, family and friends

You will understand how depression affects an individual’s life, as well as the lives of their family and close friends.

Section 5: How the demands of daily life can maintain depression

This section covers the demands of modern, daily life and how they can manifest themselves into various forms of depression. You will also be introduced to techniques for managing these pressures and demands.

Section 6: Depression management and support

You will cover the possible treatments and local resources which can help sufferers of depression and psychotic depression.


 

CPD Understanding Anxiety (CPD Certified)

Are you looking to increase your understanding of anxiety by completing an anxiety training course? This short, auto-marked programme will give you the knowledge you need to understand the causes and effects of anxiety, along with its management.

Section 1: The meaning of 'anxiety' and 'panic attack'

In this section, you will learn what is meant by the terms ‘anxiety’ and ‘panic attack’.

Section 2: Causes of anxiety

You will study the possible causes of anxiety in this section.

Section 3: The effects of anxiety

This section covers the physical and emotional symptoms of anxiety and the effects of anxiety on an individual and their family and friends.

Section 4: How ways of thinking and behaving affect anxiety

You will look at what happens in a cycle of negative thinking, how an individual's personality and outlook on life can increase or decrease anxiety and the effects of positive thinking.

Section 5: Anxiety management and support

In this section, you will cover examples of self-help for anxiety, activities to manage anxiety, and local support and treatment.


 

CPD Understanding Eating Disorders (CPD Certified)

Employers, particularly in the health and social care sector, are often interested in candidates with knowledge of eating disorders. The easiest way to gain this knowledge is through completing eating disorder courses. This course aims to give you the knowledge required to understand the impact of and key issues surrounding eating disorders, as well as an awareness of the harmful effects eating disorders can have on individuals and those closest to them. The course is ideal for anyone who would like more information on this subject for personal reasons, or anyone who would like to work with, and support, individuals with eating disorders.

This course is set up into manageable sections. These include:

Section 1: Types of eating disorders

This section will develop your understanding of several eating disorders.

Section 2: Potential causes of eating disorders

This section covers the common causes of eating disorders including psychological, environmental, societal and biological factors.

Section 3: The effects of eating disorders

This section outlines the harmful effects of an eating disorder on the individual, their family and close friends.

Section 4: Management and recovery from eating disorders

This section covers methods through which individuals with an existing eating disorder can manage and recover including medical interventions, public health resources and further treatment options.


 

CPD Mental Capacity Act (CPD Certified)

The Mental Capacity Act (2005) is a key piece of legislation that protects the rights of individuals who lack capacity, as well as providing legal protection to those who provide care, support and treatment for individuals who lack capacity. The Act also outlines what constitutes as restraint and the factors which make restraint lawful.

By completing this course, you will be equipped with a greater understanding of the importance of the Mental Capacity Act (2005), the key elements of the Act and restraining an individual who lacks capacity.

This course is ideal for anyone who wishes to gain or improve their knowledge of the Mental Capacity Act (2005) and how this affects the care provided to individuals who lack capacity. Anyone who currently works in, or is looking to work in, a health and social care setting would benefit from this course, as would anyone who would like to improve their understanding of the Act for personal reasons. This qualification is suitable for learners aged 16 and above.

Section 1: The importance of the Mental Capacity Act (2005)

This first section covers how the Mental Capacity Act (2005) empower people to make decisions for themselves and protects people who lack capacity, as well as why effective communication is important when working with a person who may lack capacity, amongst other topics.

Section 2: Key elements of the Mental Capacity Act (2005)

This section explores the five statutory principles included in the Mental Capacity Act (2005), as well as how the Act gives legal protection to workers providing care and treatment for individuals who lack capacity, amongst other topics.

Section 3: Restraint

The final section covers that range of actions that amount to restraint, the factors which make restraint lawful under the Mental Capacity Act (2005), and the actions that are necessary to ensure that a person is lawfully ‘deprived of their liberty’.


 

CPD Mental Health Awareness (CPD Certified)

This course will increase your knowledge and understanding of mental health and covers the social and personal effects of mental ill health, cultural diversity and mental health issues, responses to mental health issues and looks into the skills needed when working in mental health. This course can help you to achieve a career in the health and social care sector.

This course is an ideal starting point if you are interested in mental health, either for your personal life, or professional interest. The course is accessible for anyone aged 16 or over, as the online content is interactive and engaging.

Section 1: What is meant by mental health

Section 2: The social and personal effects of mental ill health

Section 3: The responses to mental health issues

Section 4: Cultural diversity in relation to mental health issues.


 

CPD Dementia Awareness (CPD Certified)

Our Dementia Awareness course will provide you with the vital knowledge needed to begin tackling dementia, through understanding what it is and how to support those who are affected by it.

Section 1: Understanding what dementia is

In this section, you will build your understanding of what dementia is, the key functions of the brain that are affected by it and why other conditions may be mistaken for dementia.

Section 2: Understanding key features of theoretical models of dementia

On completing this section, you will be able to accurately identify models of dementia within health and social care and understand dementia as a disability.

Section 3: Know the most common types of dementia and their causes

You will learn about the most common causes of dementia, the signs and symptoms of these and the risk factors. You will also identify the prevalence rates for different types of dementia.

Section 4: Understanding factors relating to an individual’s experience of dementia

This section covers how different individuals may experience living with dementia depending on age, type of dementia and level of ability and disability. You will also learn about the impact that the attitudes and behaviours of others may have on an individual with dementia.


 

CPD Stress Management (CPD Certified)

Interested in studying one of our stress management courses? Distance learning means that all of our courses are available to anyone, anywhere. This short, auto-marked programme will give you the knowledge you need to deal with management responsibilities and to develop as a leader.

Section 1: Identifying and managing stress in the workplace

In this section, you will learn about the causes and impact of stress in organisations, symptoms of stress and stress management techniques.

Section 2: Supporting individuals in the workplace

This section covers management responsibilities and actions relating to work-related stress in the team, as well as how and when to provide advice, mentoring or counselling to support individuals in the workplace.


 
 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

How am I assessed?

Throughout your studies, you will be evaluated through assessment questions. These questions are part of the course and are designed to gauge your understanding. You can save your answers and make edits before submitting them. On tutor-marked courses, your Tutor will mark your answers and provide feedback for each question.

 

Do I have to meet with a Tutor?

No. The communication you and your staff have with a Tutor will be via telephone or email.
 

How long will it take for my certificate to arrive?

Upon completing your course, you will receive your certificate immediately through the online portal.
 

Are these courses accredited?


 
Yes. These courses are accredited by the CPD Certification Service.