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Working with Schizophrenia

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Individuals with Schizophrenia are likely to benefit from staff who have a thorough understanding of their diagnosis and how it presents. This short online course provides a detailed introduction to the condition. A must for staff providing support..



Staff who deal with clients, diagnosed with Schizophrenia, in a health or social care setting.


In spite of an undoubted shift in public attitudes toward mental disorder in the past twenty years, Schizophrenia remains a misunderstood, stigmatised and feared condition. The move away from institutional care, however, means that many people with schizophrenia are now living successfully in the community, with varying degrees of support.

This simultaneous drive for people to lead normal lives and be a part of their local community means that staffing numbers within mental health services are higher than they have ever been, and increasing numbers of people now work within mental health services.

This full day course is designed for staff who are new to working with people with serious mental health difficulties, or people who work within other health specialities who wish to know more about the field. The course meets many of the knowledge specifications of QCF at Levels 2 and 3


  • Definitions of Mental Health and Serious Mental Illness
  • “Normal” Perception and Thought Processes
  • Overview of Symptoms
  • The Impact upon Daily Living
  • Common Treatment Approaches
  • Early Symptom-Spotting and Relapse Prevention
  • The Role of the Supportive Carer
  • Person Centred Planning and Serious Mental Illness – Collaboration and Participation


Formal presentation, group work, practical exercises and discussion.

Learner’s knowledge is evidenced by verbal or written questioning.

Contact us for more information and to discuss your needs: E: trainers@securicare.com or T: 01904 492442

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Product Type Classroom Training

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