Education and training

Applications invited for MSc Creative Arts and Mental Health

Queen Mary University of London is inviting applications for its MSc Creative Arts and Mental Health for the academic year 2020-21. The MSc is a partnership between the Drama Department (School of English and Drama) and the Centre for Psychiatry (School of Medicine and Dentistry) at Queen Mary.

Gain a certificate in the practice of music-making – October 2020

The Trinity Laban Conservatoire is running a one-year distance learning programme, in partnership with the Open University, designed to support all musicians from a wide range of musical backgrounds who wish to develop their practical music-making and performance skills.

Alongside a community of online peers, you will expand your skills as musical collaborators, developing your skills and confidence.

Further information can be found here

Dementia and the arts: sharing practice, developing understanding and enhancing lives – 20 April 2020

Explore, challenge and shape your perceptions of dementias through science and the creative arts. In this online course you will discover how the arts can create common ground between people, and in doing so, learn what we can all do to improve the quality of life and care for people living with different dementias.

MA in Arts, Health and Social Change, Manchester Metropolitan University

This Masters brings those working in or interested in developing their skills in arts, health and social change together to learn from leaders in the field in the context of research and practice.

The course stems from the research-informed direction of Arts for Health at Manchester Metropolitan University, a leading research, advocacy and education centre, and is led by Clive Parkinson, Arts for Health’s Director.

Reminiscence Arts in Dementia Care Training Course and Apprenticeship Scheme, ERN – March 2020

The European Reminiscence Network is hosting a new Training Course and Apprenticeship Scheme in Reminiscence Arts in Dementia Care - in partnership with the University of Greenwich. This training course and apprenticeship scheme will be of interest to arts practitioners, community arts workers, occupational and arts therapists, group workers, reminiscence practitioners, staff from health and social care services who are interested and/or experienced in positive approaches to dementia care.

The Many Faces of Dementia, UCL – 20 January 2020

In this free online course, you’ll gain a unique insight into dementia through the stories, symptoms and science behind four less common diagnoses. You’ll explore key issues in dementia care and research through the eyes of people affected by four less common conditions. World-leading experts at UCL show how research into the signs, stages, symptoms and causes of these forms can bring us closer to defeating dementia.

This course has been certified by the CPD Certification Service as conforming to continuing professional development principles.

Become a qualified Social Prescriber

Bromley by Bow Centre has partnered with Conexus and University of East London to deliver the first Level Three Accredited Qualification in Social Prescribing

Applications are open for The Fi-ELD – deadline 15 November 2019

East London Dance is recruiting for The Fi.ELD, its annual, free creative producing programme for emerging dance and creative arts professionals

Reminiscence Arts in Dementia Care Training Course and Apprenticeship Scheme, ERN – January 2020

The European Reminiscence Network has announced a new two-day training course and four-month apprenticeship scheme in Reminiscence Arts in Dementia Care - in partnership with the University of Greenwich.

Reflective Practice Groups, Flourishing Lives – from October 2019

Flourishing Lives are launching their London-wide reflective practice groups for arts, health and wellbeing professionals working within community contexts.

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