Supporting learners' mental health in further education and skills

With students increasingly struggling with mental illness, we look at how colleges and further education providers can raise awareness and address mental health difficulties.

Mental health has never been higher on the agenda. In January 2017 Theresa May vowed to tackle the “stigma” of mental illness through new initiatives for schools and employers; while even the royal family is challenging the British stiff upper lip with Prince Harry and Prince William speaking publicly about their struggle with grief and depression.

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