News: Free Course in Mental Health and Illness Launched by ALISON
This is an effective course when learning the essential factors that contribute to mental illness. It explores the treatments available and the methods used to improve mental health and well-being. It is extremely important for carers and families to understand the techniques that can be used to support a person with mental illness. This course will give you the opportunity to gain a great knowledge of mental illness.
It will help you to provide exceptionally good care to a person with mental illness. It will support anyone who has a personal experience of mental health problems and it will encourage you to explore new ways to build confidence, self esteem and reduce stress to improve your health significantly. Learn all about it today with ALISON at:
ALISON'S New Course in Mental Health and Illness
ALISON stands for "Advance Learning Interactive Systems Online"
ALISON.com is revolutionising global education and training through the provision of free interactive multimedia basic education and workplace skills training courses with certification online. With two million registered learners worldwide, courses on ALISON are freely available from well-known multinational organisations to individual subject-matter-experts. Irish-based ALISON was founded in 2007 as a for-profit social enterprise.
What People are saying about ALISON
InformationWeek.com “The first MOOC”
UnCollege.org “As a pioneer in free online learning, we can learn from ALISON in more ways than one”
New York Times “A creative model of open education for a global economy”
Newsday “A powerful program that is unlocking new worlds of opportunity for people around the globe”
Wired Academic “A key figure in the open source learning world”
EIN News “ALISON wins USA Workforce Training Award”
DUIS: UK GOVT “ALISON opens up the world of knowledge offering new, flexible, and exciting ways to learn”
For further information, please contact
Tracy Hadnett, Marketing Communications Manager
Tel: +353-91-744594 Mob: +353 87 7866302