Passport to Wellbeing in adult learning
We provide people with anxiety, depression or sleep disorders the opportunity to support their wellbeing by learning with us. We do this by running a dedicated programme of creative courses.
These free courses help adults recovering from mild to moderate mental health difficulties. They are separate from our main course programme and are tailored to support your recovery.
Benefits of the Passport to Wellbeing programme
- Feel inspired, remain occupied and improve your wellbeing, by developing your creative skills with us, for a year and beyond
- Meet and learn with others who are "in the same boat"
- Once enrolled, just turn up and learn each week – all materials and equipment are provided
- Your questions answered before you enroll - at an individual appointment with a member of our team
- Easy to join - no need for a referral from a healthcare professional
- Continue your learning on our main programme of courses
Read about how one of our learners benefitted from attending the Passport to Wellbeing programme.
Terms and conditions – Passport to Wellbeing
- Surrey Adult Learning's ''Passport to Wellbeing'' programme is part of its Community Learning offer. It is specifically targeted at adults with as well as those recovering from mild to moderate mental wellbeing difficulties.
- A prospective learner will need to be 19 years or older at the start of the course.
- Each holder of the Passport to Wellbeing will be entitled to up to six free courses on the programme. The programme comprises of:
- Two short courses of 10 hours or less. These courses are not part of the Surrey Adult Learning main programme but will be created by the Passport to Wellbeing team to support your needs
- Two longer courses from the Passport programme. These courses are not part of the Surrey Adult Learning main programme but will be created by the Passport to Wellbeing team to support your needs
- Two courses on our main Community Learning programme when you feel ready to learn in a more open environment.
- The Passport holder will need to attend a minimum of two of the targeted Passport courses from the programme before they are entitled to attend a main Community Learning course as part of this free programme.
- The Passport holder will be entitled to enrol on up to a maximum of two courses from the programme in any one academic term.
- Entitlement to free places must be taken up within two years. Once an individual has used their entitlement to six free courses under the programme, any further enrolments will be subject to the main fees policy of the general Community Learning programme.
- Surrey Adult Learning will signpost Passport holders to other learning opportunities available from organisations associated with the Surrey Recovery College.
- The programme is supported by the Skills Funding Agency and their eligibility criteria will also apply.
- Please see our course guide or our website for more information on Surrey Adult Learning's policies including the fees, refund and cancellation policy.
- Please commit to attending the whole course you have enrolled on. You may lose your place on the course if you do not attend for four consecutive sessions or more without letting us know the reason for not attending. If you are going to be absent please contact the Customer Service Team on 0300 200 1044 to inform them.
- Please note that it may be necessary to change tutors, or to re-schedule, cancel or combine courses.
Get in touch
Following an informal interview with a team member you may be eligible to join this programme of courses. Terms and conditions relating to these courses are below, however our Customer Service Team will be happy to provide you with more details or put you in touch with the Passport to Wellbeing Team.
- Tel: 0300 200 1044
- Textphone (via Text Relay): 18001 0300 200 1044
- SMS: 07860 053 465
- Email: email@example.com