Each course has been designed to increase your skills, knowledge and understanding about mental health and recovery to equip you with the tools to live a happy and fulfilling life.
Students are encouraged to complete an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) with a student adviser which will help you decide what you want out of the Recovery College and so that we can do everything possible to ensure your time at the college is both rewarding and successful.
Our aim is to bring people together to realise and inspire individual and collective potential, recognising strengths and successes so that you can take back control and become an expert in your own wellbeing and recovery and live the life that you wish to live.
Non-urgent advice: Enrolment days
Students are recommended and advised to attend enrolment days, this allows students the opportunity to speak to tutors directly, to discuss courses, answer any questions, and to sign up to courses.
Students who are new to Buckinghamshire Recovery College are expected to attend an Introduction to Recovery College session, this will provide an understanding of the Recovery College.
Students are encouraged to complete a student induction form and bring it to the enrolment day. Please be assured that staff/tutors will be on hand to help students with this document and help with their goals if needed.
Please find our summer timetable below.
Page last reviewed: 13 April, 2022