Law, policy and research; AMHP practice; social and medical perspectives on mental distress.
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Candidates must: hold a recognised professional qualification in social work; nursing; occupational therapy or psychology; be a registered social worker; nurse; occupational therapist or chartered psychologist; have 2 years of post qualifying experience as a practitioner including a minimum of 6 months direct experience of working with people with mental disorder; applicants will also have; local authority or NHS Trust sponsorship; a signed agreement from your employer that they will allow you sufficient time off to complete the training and provide you with an appropriate AMHP supervisor.
Postgraduate Qualification (PgDip)
University of East London
People With Mental Health Problems: Social Work
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I'm studying Civil Engineering at UEL and I'm really enjoying my course. The teachers are fantastic and have the right blend you need in a teacher, extremely knowledgeable in their subjects, inspirational and always make time to see you 1-1...more2 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
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Great facilities and computer suites. Switched on staff and teachers with lots of patience and time to help. Loving my time at UEL, great campus and halls 5 minutes walk from my lecture room. I use the gym at Sportsdock every day, have join...more
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The teachers are very supportive and give advice to get the work done to a high standard and get external links with the industry. I went to a different university before and UEL is much better. There are many opportunities to go on trips a...more2 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
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