NQ MENTAL HEALTH & CRIMINOLOGY
This short full-time course starting at the end of January and finishing in June will run two and a half days per week.
It is aimed at those interested in the areas of mental health and/or criminology but have maybe been out of education for a while or left school with few or no qualifications.
What you need to qualify for entry...
There are no formal qualifications required, but candidates must have good written and spoken communication skills.
Applicants will be offered a place on the course, based on their application form and personal statement.
- Crime in the Community
- Mental Health: An Introduction
- Mental Health and Wellbeing
- Human Development and Behaviour
- Study Skills
18 Weeks - 2.5 Days per week
January - June.
Candidates may progress onto SWAP Access programmes such as Humanities or Social Care, or to various care related courses within Glasgow Kelvin College.
You will get the opportunity to be taught by lecturers who have worked across a variety of care sectors including mental health and forensics and will be able to bring so much more to teaching the units as a result of this.
Very often you get criminology and mental health courses, but never combined in one course. By offering this unique course it allows candidates the opportunity to experience both subject areas and decide which they would prefer to pursue at a higher level.
Currently all units are taught at our Springburn Campus.