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Employer engagement is a key government priority for colleges and training providers. Tribal has developed the Raising Skills series to meet this agenda providing standardised, high quality learning and support materials for full-cost delivery. The courses are comprehensive, yet concise, and focus on key issues for employers. They are designed to support a range of delivery models, including face-to-face, distance or blended learning.
This concise programme is ideal for learners working in a range of settings within the public, private, voluntary and community sectors.
Approximately one in four adults in the UK will be diagnosed with a mental health issue at some point in their lives. Although this figure indicates that most people will have first-hand experience of mental distress, whether it be themselves or someone they know, many people with mental health issues face stigma and discrimination.
This programme aims to raise awareness of mental health, promoting a more positive approach and enabling learners to challenge the negative attitudes and stereotyping that discourages some people from seeking the appropriate help and support required. Learners will gain an understanding of mental health, mental illness and the surrounding issues. They will also be encouraged to develop their awareness of cultural diversity within mental health issues and explore common perceptions of mental health difficulties and how stereotyping can affect people’s perceptions.
For the learner, materials include:
For the tutor, materials include:
A comprehensive tutor guide is supplied to accompany these materials. To view a sample of a tutor guide, click here.
Raising Skills for Work courses will support learners’ continuous professional development, and potentially improve their career prospects. Learners may also wish to progress to further training or study for qualifications.