Robert Gordon University: Mental Health Officer Award

InstitutionRobert Gordon University
Department School of Applied Social Studies
Web https://www.rgu.ac.uk
Email admissions@rgu.ac.uk
Telephone 01224 262728
Study type Taught

Summary

As a Mental Health Officer (MHO) you will assess individuals experiencing mental disorder who may need compulsory measures of care and treatment. The role carries considerable autonomy and responsibility as well as the opportunity to positively impact on lives and make a positive contribution to society.

This important and complex role involves working alongside medical and legal professionals in order to safeguard the health, safety, wellbeing and rights of people. This course ensures that you are trained and assessed to the highest of standards, through strong partnerships with a range of key stakeholders.

Local authorities are centrally involved in the course design, delivery and management in order to ensure that their responsibilities under legislation are addressed and the training course remains fit-for-purpose.

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