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Research/evidence of what works to improve wellbeing through learning

Winning Hearts and Minds: How to promote health and well-being through participation in adult learning

This publication is out of print. A scanned PDF is attached below.

You can also contact the author, Kathryn James via this website > register >networking in the left hand sidebar > find someone > search 'Kathryn James' > send message via the website.

The North West Further Education Project: The Mental Health & Well-being of Learners aged 14-19. Final Report

 The aims of this project were to explore:

  • Real levels of emotional and psychological distress, and to look at the mental health and well-being needs, of young people aged 14-19 engaged in further education in the North West; and
  • The extent to which learning providers are able to support these needs

Getting to Level 2

This briefing sheet looks at the strategies used to enable learners on Prescription for Learning projects to achieve level 2 or equivalent accreditation.

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