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If you want to become an advocate for mental health, this course is for you. You will find all the tools and information you need to discover your voice in the world of mental health advocacy and start thinking about all the ways you can make a difference!

If we want to be advocates for those struggling with their mental health, we must first learn to be advocates for ourselves. This course creates space for you to invest in your own mental health and wellbeing before stepping up to become an advocate for others. You will develop self-awareness, gain confidence and learn new skills so that you are prepared for the ongoing process of mental health advocacy. Together, we can change and challenge how the world views mental health by speaking out, sharing stories and showing others that they are not alone.

Graduate Attributes: Creativity / Resilience / Self-awareness

Launched in FutureMe Week 2023, our ‘How to be…’ courses blend focused self-study with innovative digital content to allow you to experience a range of ways of exploring the world and solving problems. You’ll work through a creative interactive workbook to learn ideas and develop your thinking, and then watch a curated video that will deepen your understanding and give you a chance to apply your thinking. In this ‘How to be…’ course, you’ll also get the chance to become a mental health advocate and promote the importance of mental wellbeing to others.

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Key InformationPoints50Effort1 WeekPrerequisitesnoneRelease Date23rd January 2023
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This self-study pack is offered as part of Future Me Week