How to enrol


How do I enrol?

If you think becoming a student at the Recovery College would be a helpful step in your personal recovery journey, you can enrol online by selecting the ‘enrol now’ button. This will take you to page where we will collect some key contact details from you and enrol you in the College.

Note: You’ll need to have your mobile phone number and email address handy as we need both of these to stay in touch. If you don’t currently have an email address this guide will help you to set one up.

We’re looking forward to seeing you on a Recovery College course soon.

What happens at the Information, Advice & Guidance (IAG) session?

The IAG session is an opportunity for you to find out more about us and what we do.  We don’t ask for a diagnosis at enrolment, we want to know about you, what your strengths and interests are, and how we can best support you in your recovery.

In advance of the IAG session, it can be helpful to identity your reasons for wanting to engage with the Recovery College, plus any specific aims or goals you may have in mind.

Further to that, if you choose to continue your personal recovery journey at the College, we will invite you to attend our Foundation Course. It provides an introduction into personal recovery. You can read the course outline here.

You can do other courses alongside the Foundation Course at the same time.

Do you accept third party referrals?

We do not accept third party referrals.  We can provide advice to third parties to explain our service, but we believe in the autonomy of the individual.

If you are a professional working with an adult who would like to access our services, then they need to contact us directly.  You can of course be present on the phone with them.

You can read more about referring a client to the Recovery College here.