This dynamic programme of online education will support individuals and organisations around the world to begin using and improve the way they already use horticulture for health, Our courses will also inform commissioners, GPs and social prescribers about STH, how it works, who it can help, and what the research tells us about its effectiveness.
Use the links below to browse the courses we offer, including our Free Learning and Information, our STH and Green Care skills courses and our Extended Learning Opportunities.
The free learning and information courses are your chance to introduce yourself to green care, social and therapeutic horticulture (STH) as well as other topics such as cultivating your own wellbeing, and whether you should consider starting up your own project within STH or green care.
This section included the new blended learning opportunities, ‘Introduction to STH Practice’ and ‘Social and Therapeutic Horticulture Practice’ courses that has been developed to support learning whilst we adapt to non face-to-face delivery.
These more in depth learning programmes offer you the opportunity to develop your skills within STH or green care, focusing on developing knowledge around key topics, or giving you the practical skills to take into your project.
This extended learning opportunity is the chance for you to really study something in depth, taking a programme and developing it through the online learning section before taking your own study forward into assignments or in depth research. A chance for those of you who are looking to develop your own professional skills or add to your CV within STH.
To discuss these courses further please contact the TEC Team on 0118 988 5688 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are more interested in our face to face courses please visit our Training and Education Pages by clicking on the below image.
For more information on the face to face courses that the Training, Education and Consultancy team deliver please click on the link to visit our Training and Education site.