Introduction to Mindfulness, Course code K0310GXPEA

To introduce the concept and practise of Mindfulness and associated benefits.

What will I study?

This is an introductory short programme that primarily focuses on what the practise of Mindfulness is; why we do it and the benefits of consistent practice. Students get to practice various different Mindfulness techniques over the 5 weeks. Mindfulness techniques are designed to help people manage emotional pain and was developed to help people cope with feelings associated with anxiety and depression. I teach the psychology behind the practice through exploration of a variety of relevant psychological theory that underpin Mindfulness; how our thoughts create our reality and so-on. This leads into how our thoughts shape our experiences and how, by changing our thoughts, our experiences also change.  I relate these ideas to the Law of Attraction and how we can use Mindfulness and other strategies to begin to create the life we really want. This introductory course was very well received in its first run out. People found it impactful and found it really helped to teach them how they could begin to feel empowered again.

How will I be assessed?

This is a non accredited course with no exam at the end but the tutor will monitor progress and give feedback.

How will the course be delivered?

Sessions will be interactive with some taught elements alongside practical elements.

Entry requirements

No previous experience required.

What next?

Progression routes may be discussed with your course tutor.  For further advice and guidance please contact the College Guidance Officers.

Additional information

The tutor will want to find out as much as possible about why you want to learn and what you already know in order to plan a suitable programme.  The content of the course will be discussed and you will be given further details about course materials and other learning resources.  Any relevant paperwork will be discussed and completed at this session.  Please bring a notebook and pen.

For start dates and fees, consult the relevant course guides below or you can request a prospectus by post.

Full Time 2018 Higher Education 2019 Spring Part-time course guide Apprenticeship Guide