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This unique postgraduate certificate will give you the professional knowledge and skills required by the Welsh Government and Social Care Wales to become an Approved Mental Health Professional (AMHP).
An AMHP is responsible for assessing a person with a mental disorder when considering the need for an application for formal admission to a psychiatric hospital.
This course is ideal for social workers, nurses, psychologists, or occupational therapists looking to develop their professional expertise in this area.
WHY PGCERT APPROVED MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL AT SWANSEA?
We are the only university in Wales to offer this course, which is designed to meet the new roles and responsibilities expected for professionals working in the Welsh health and social care system to support people experiencing serious mental ill-health.
Successful completion of the certificate means you could be warranted as an AMHP at the discretion of your employer.
Based in our College of Human and Health Sciences, you will benefit from a diverse teaching and research environment, with many opportunities to make connections across disciplines.
According to the most recent Research Excellence Framework in 2014-2021, over 75% of research carried out at the college was of international or world-leading quality.
YOUR PGCERT APPROVED MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
You will carry out a work placement as part of the course, enabling you to gain valuable practical experience.
Our academic team have a wealth of experience in mental health service practice and management, providing an unrivalled combination of academic excellence and policy and practical expertise.
You will be joining a university that is ranked first in the UK for postgraduate student satisfaction (What Uni 2017).
APPROVED MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL CAREERS
Our PGCert Approved Mental Health Professional opens up career development opportunities for professionals working in health and social care, including social workers, nurses, psychologists, and occupational therapists.