Welcome to our FAQ's page. If we have not answered your question here, please feel free to contact us.
The quickest and easiest way to enrol in the college is to complete the online enrolment form. Alternatively, you can complete a paper application, call 01442 864966 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you enrol online, you will automatically be created a student login area, and will need to enter an email address and a password.
Yes. Anyone can help you enrol online, over the phone or via post.
When you enrol online, you will automatically be created a student login area, and will need to enter an email address and a password.
If you need help from one of our team to enrol online or over the phone, please call 01442 864966 or email email@example.com.
Alternatively, you can ask a professional within the NHS to help refer you.
Our courses vary in length to ensure students are given the best possible learning experience. Some courses are forty-five minutes long per session, some are two hours long and others are three hours long per session. Some courses are one session, while others are covered over multiple sessions.
For more information about the length of each course, please go to the course A-Z page.
Anyone over 18 living in Hertfordshire can attend our courses. Students do not need a diagnosis to enrol.
You can book a course by going to our book a course page or our course A-Z
No you are unable to attend any course without first enrolling and then booking a course.
As a college our academic years runs over three terms. Our academic terms run three times a year in:
You can attend as many courses that you feel would aid your recovery. You may attend any course as many times as you would like.
We regularly review and optimise our courses and you may wish to consider taking the same course more than once.
You can view, cancel and provide feedback for the courses you have booked onto by logging into your account or (once logged in) by clicking on the account button.
To get an account, you will need to enrol with the college.
If you do not see a course that you have booked onto in your account area, please contact the team administrator on 01442 864966 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For safety reasons, we are limited to the number of people who can be in the classroom; and as such, require anyone who wants to attend with you to enrol in the college and in the course.
Alternatively, we have a number of classroom supports who may be able to assist you. If you would like to discuss how we can support you to attend, please contact us on 01442 864966 or email email@example.com
Please go to Book a Course page, which has up to date details of course availability.
Alternatively please contact the team administrator at to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the college on 01442 864966.
If you would like to attend a course that has been fully booked, you may request to be added to the waiting list. Please send your request to email@example.com or call the college on 01442 864966. The team administrator will contact you when a space becomes available.
Yes. Please send new course suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
We use several venues across Hertfordshire and the online platform Zoom. Details of where a course or seminar will run are on the Book a Course page.
Due to limit in the number of students that can attend a course, we ask that you cancel your place if you are no longer able to attend.
We believe you are the expert in your own recovery and encourage you to take a proactive approach to select the right course for you.
You can view details of each course on our course A-Z as well as try some exercises in the ‘welcome journal’; accessible from your account page. To get an account, you will need to enrol with the college.
If you need support, you can still contact us at email@example.com or call 01442 864966 to find out more about each course.
Our venues have been selected with transport and parking in mind, and you can find out more about how to get to our venues here.
To find out more about the facilities at each of our venues, please visit our venues page.
Our expectations are that all students will adhere to the college’s code of conduct. The college code of conduct is a set of responsibilities that we ask our students to respect whilst they are a student at the college. This includes abiding by values such as showing respect, valuing everyone’s voice and being ready to learn.
To find out more about how to prepare for each of our courses, visit the ‘how to prepare’ page linked to via your account. To get an account, you will need to enrol with the college.
Whilst our courses are informal, we encourage you to complete the course. However, we understand that sometimes other commitments may mean you might need to leave the course early.
Co-production is at the heart of the college. Co-production makes sure people with lived experience are equal partners, recognising they have experience and knowledge, which is used to develop our courses
Co-production means the courses are produced jointly, and take into consideration the lived expediencies of the students, the expert knowledge of the professionals within that field of study and as well as tutors and development managers.
Our courses are co-produced by students, experts, our curriculum board and the development managers of the college. Courses are reviewed often to ensure that our students have the most up to date information, tips and resources.
Co-facilitation means that our courses are delivered jointly by a tutor and an expert by experience. They collaborate and work together to facilitate (deliver) the course to provide our students with the best possible learning experience.
You can cancel your attendance to our courses by pressing the cancel button in your student account, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01442 864966.
Joining the college and our courses is a commitment to yourself and your own personal recovery journey.
If you are concerned about attending, please contact us to discuss how we can support you.
We understand that sometimes it can be difficult to attend our courses.
Our courses are popular and often have long waiting lists, so we encourage all students to cancel their place as soon as possible. It is also a requirement for us to monitor attendance, and thus those who continually do not attend without cancelling their place may have to re-enrol with the college.
However, we like to support our students where possible. If you are having difficulties attending our courses, please contact the team administrator, who will direct your call to someone who can discuss what support we can offer you.
Once you have cancelled your place, your name is taken off the register and your place may be offered to someone else on the waiting list.
If you have cancelled your place but would like to re-join, please re-register for the course online. Alternatively, you can re-register by emailing email@example.com or calling 01442 864966.
Your views are important to the college. We ask that you fill either an on-line or a paper evaluation form after each course. We use your feedback to ensure we make positive changes to the services we offer. Your feedback can be collected via email, completing a feedback form or by submitting a testimonial.
Please submit any concerns and queries to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then aim to return your email within 10 working days.
Please submit your testimonials via Newleaf.email@example.com
The role of the Student Council is to represent the voice of the students at the College.
As well as allowing students the facility to have their opinions heard, students can join and run the Student Council to help them grow in their personal recovery and develop their skills.
To find out more or get in touch with members of the student council, please visit our dedicated student council page.
Tutors have specialist subject knowledge, and experts by experience have personal recovery expertise.
Our tutors and experts by experience co-produce and co-facilitate our courses and seminars together to ensure students have a quality learning experience.
If you are a student and would like to explore becoming an expert by experience, please call 01442 864966 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find more information and read student sucess stories on our student development programme page.
We believe you are an expert in your own recovery and encourage you to take control. By attending our courses you are already on your journey, and may find the following pages helpful.
To get involved, please enrol in our student development programme.
We do not have volunteers as such. Students can join our development programme to get involved in the college.
The student development programme provides students with the opportunity to move forward in their recovery
Our programme can help you:
To find out more, please visit our dedicated student development programme page.
Please send all course related enquiries to our team administrator at email@example.com or call the college on 01442 864966.
You can contact us by:
If you are looking for support, please contact our team administrator. They will forward your query to someone who can discuss your options. Please contact the college to discuss any support needs you may have.
Please contact our marketing and press department at firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage people to self-enrol into the college, however we do appreciate that some people may require a little support to access our courses.
Anyone can support someone to enrol and attend the college. Please contact us if you need any support.
All information we hold about our students is confidential. Therefore, we are unable to provide details about attendance or experience to anyone other than the individual themselves.
Please contact our marketing department at email@example.com for information or to request materials.
I love that the college operates in a way that naturally challenges attitudes and seeks to reduce the stigma associated with mental health.
The tutors were friendly and knowledgeable. I like that the college does not refer to our symptoms as 'conditions
liked structure of the course, the tutors and the personal story
I am not known for my sense of direction, both in the literal sense and my life path. Having become a student of newleaf i can now see a way out of the metaphorical paper bag. The college has opened my eyes to many new paths
I find all the courses I have attended to be very informative
I have been a student of New Leaf Wellbeing College since last June. After applying to become a volunteer I also decided to join The Student Development Programme. Over six-sessions which I am currently partaking in, I have really enjoyed learning from other students in our small group. We each set learning goals before the workshops in an Individual Learning Plan (ILP). This gives us a focus to work towards
I highly recommend all of these courses and have found them so helpful during my recovery. I have also met some fantastic people
Really opened my eyes to what I need to do to improve my wellbeing; facilitators very knowledgeable. A light bulb moment was when the Tutor said "Depression doesn't define who you are
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