The key educational aim of the course is to ensure that you are able to promote and safeguard the well-being and welfare of people with mental health and their communities. This includes a strong commitment to inclusiveness, ADP, ensuring the principles of valuing diversity and equality are maintained through a person centred approach. The programme of study is relevant to the needs of employers, inter-professional practitioners and service users who are involved in AMHP work. What's covered in the course? The course consists of three 40 credit modules at postgraduate level 7 and a practice placement provided for by your employer in an area of advanced mental health practice. The module team that deliver the following modules consist of experienced academics from nursing and social work backgrounds, practitioners, AMHPs, service users, and carers/professionals. You will be exploring the ethical dilemmas involved in practice focusing on research and evidence-based practice in mental health.