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Back on Track box set

Back on Track Past Students' Success Stories

Part of the Back on Track box set, this video includes interviews with past students about how Back on Track helped their recovery by enabling them to acheive in learning.

This video is made available on our MHFE YouTube Channel with permission from the Highbury College/Headspace partnership that created Back on Track - thank you to Pam, Sue and the learners who share their stories.

Recipe for Success - Highbury College

Image showing the cover of Highbury College section in Cooking up a Storm This page contains  additional information from Highbury College in Portsmouth as part of the Recipe for Success e-resource

Back on Track Current Learners' Stories (2010)

This second Back on Track video from the Highbury College/Headspace partnership in Portsmouth includes interviews with:

Back on Track: Using the QCF to fund provision for students with mental health difficulties

Using the QCF to fund Mental Health Projects - supporting students with mental health difficulties

Powerpoint presentation given at the AOSEC Learner Support Services (IAG) Network meeting at West Kent College on 10.5.2011.

This presentation is part of  the LSIS/Highbury College/NIACE initiative to further support young people and adults with mental health difficulties in further education.

Portsmouth Headspace & Highbury College Back on Track Videos are now on our YouTube channel

We are pleased to say that, with a bit of technical help from Highbury College (thanks Kerry), the two Back on Track videos launched at the conference in Portsmouth in 2010 are now available on our MHFE YouTube channel. If you are not already familiar with Back on Track you might also want to check out the Back on Track resources box set. 

Back on Track How to Guide (2010)

A companion to the original Back on Track report and Back on Track 2, this guide has been written by the creators of the original Back on Track initiative in Portsmouth, in response to requests by practitioners wishing to develop a similar model of working.

The Back on Track How to Guide is a checklist to support providers to develop their own local partnerships to improve opportunities for learners with mental health difficulties.

It is provided in Word format so that you can complete the checklist electronically.

We got it going: Back on Track 2 -Final project report (2010)

We got it going: Back on Track 2 -Building collaborative partnerships between further education and early intervention in psychosis services - Final project report (2010)

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