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Jour­nal­ing for Well­be­ing — Part-time

Course outline

The course will provide a supportive environment to explore how to get started or develop a journal. You will gain an awareness of how to manage self-expression, capture information and events as well as use your thoughts and experiences to gain a deeper understanding of yourself and use your journal as a problem solving tool.

There will be opportunities to try different styles and creative techniques for journaling.

Course Content:

On this course, you will learn to:

  • Identify purpose and motivation for journaling
  • Use journaling techniques to explore thoughts, feelings and experiences
  • Apply different writing techniques to promote health and wellbeing
  • Consider how to implement safety when journaling
  • Explore problem solving techniques

You will achieve objectives by taking part in group activities, completing written activities, online quizzes and other interactive activities both during the session and by completing homework activities in your own time.

How to enrol onto this course

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Course dates / times

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Consent details
Qualification

College Certificate

Level Entry Level
Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements but a good standard of English is required.

Teaching & assessment

Tutors will give regular verbal and written feedback. You will be required to complete an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) and encouraged to set your own personal targets as part of this course.

Progression

There may be opportunities to progress onto other courses both in the community and at Nottingham College sites.

The course tutor can discuss appropriate opportunities if you wish to further your learning in this subject area.

Additional information

You can read more about community courses and your individual Learning Plan in our Guidance for Community Learners booklet.

Tutor: Novelette Williams

You will need to bring a pen and paper/notebook for writing.

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