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Leicestershire Recovery College



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Leicestershire Recovery College is an NHS college offering a range of recovery-focused educational courses and resources for people with lived mental health experience, along with their friends, family and Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust staff.

The college offers a range of courses designed to contribute to wellbeing and recovery, supporting people to recognise their own resourcefulness and skills in order to become experts in their own self care and achieve the things they want to in life.

 The courses cover a range of topics:

  • Getting involved

  • Understanding/experience of mental health conditions

  • Building your life

  • Developing skills and knowledge

  • Physical health and wellbeing

 

Please see or download our Autumn 2017 prospectus 

 If you wish to attend a course, you will first need to enrol as a student with the college. It's really simple - call 01162951196, email recoverycollege@leicspart.nhs.uk or enrol online.

Want to know more about the college? Read our frequently asked questions

How to find us

Leicestershire Recovery College is based at the Glenfield Hosptial site in Leicester. Situated just opposite the main entrance to the Bennion Centre. Please see map for further details. The college is open to students Monday to Friday 9.30am - 4.30pm.

Some courses are also delivered from the following satellite bases:

  • Fearon Hall, Rectory Road, Loughborough
  • Rutland Adult Learning Service, Oakham Enterprise Park, Oakham
  • West End Neighbourhood Centre, Andrews Street, Leicester
  • Mett Centre, Lee Circle, Leicester
  • A Place to Grow, Mill Lane, Enderby
  • Blaby District Council Offices, Narborough
  • Riverside Pavilion, Braunstone Lane East, Leicester
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