The Psychological wellbeing practitioner training at the University of Manchester has won a team award for Teaching and Learning.The awards were in recognition of teams who are making a real difference to the student experience.
The PWP training is part of the wider programme; . The award focused on teaching students the real impact of mental health through partnering with service users and carers from several not-for-profit mental health organisations (Hearing Voices Network, Anxiety UK, Connect Support, Fabulous Forgetful Friends, EDUCATE). The team received excellent student feedback – 100% student satisfaction in PTES. Students commented of the value of service user involvement on the programme stating that this enhanced their learning experience. Course staff include;
Tim Bradshaw: Programme Director
Anna Pruszynska: Pathway Lead
Clare Stephenson: Lecturer in Mental Health
Amy Blakemore: Lecturer in Mental Health
Paula Crawford: Teaching Fellow