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Working in Community Mental Health Care Learner Workbook

Level 3 certificate

Price: £59.95
This workbook will help the learner acquire the knowledge they need to work towards gaining the Working in Community Mental Health Care level 3 certificate.
Author(s): Alison Clare and Sharon Cuthbert

The aim of the Learner Workbook is to develop learners’ knowledge and understanding in relation to the learning outcomes and assessments criteria for each of the 8 units. For learners taking the City & Guilds Certificate it will also help them to prepare for each assignment.

The Learner workbook contains:

  • An explanation of the key points contained in the assessment criteria
  • Some suggestions for tasks that you can do on your own or in discussion with other people to help you develop your understanding
  • examples
  • and further information to complement the training sessions or as a standalone resource.


If learners have also taken part in a workshop for this unit, the Workbook will provide them with a reminder of key points, further information and specific examples of some of the topics they have already discussed.

Each student will require their own copy of the learner workbook. Discounts are available on bulk orders. Details on request.

ISBN: 9781908066510
Publisher: Pavilion Publishing and Media
Publication: 30 September 2011

Alison Clare worked as a volunteer, support worker and social worker in mental health, homelessness and supported housing services, before moving into learning and development. She has developed qualifications, training programmes and learning resources for a range of public and charitable organisations, and evaluated workforce strategies and qualifications for the community justice and drug and alcohol sectors.

Sharon Lee Cuthbert began her working life as a mental health support worker in hospital and community mental health services. She worked as a national trainer for Age UK, and has developed and delivered programmes for managers, staff, service users and carers across the statutory, private and voluntary sectors. She is a qualifications consultant for a UK awarding body and an independent assessor and internal verifier. 

In 2011 they set up Realife Learning and are currently developing a series of short learning resources for frontline health and social care staff.