New Devon Recovery Learning Community prospectus for Autumn/Winter

Posted in News on 2nd August, 2016

The next Autumn/Winter prospectus of courses from the Devon Recovery Learning Community is out now in digital format.

You can view the prospectus here.

Please be advised that enrolments for our Autumn courses (indicated in the prospectus by a maple leaf) open on the 8th August. Enrolments for Winter courses (indicated by a snowflake icon in the prospectus) open the 1st November.

We are unable to reserve places on courses or take bookings for Autumn courses until the opening date for enrolments.

Our courses are very popular and to ensure that as many people as possible are able to benefit from the courses we offer, we are limiting the number of courses to a maximum of 6 per term per student (or 3 courses in the Autumn round and 3 courses in the Winter round). If you or someone you support would like to enrol on more than the maximum number of courses, we will happily add names to a waiting list, and vacancies on courses will be filled on a first come first serve basis.

Download a course application form here.

We would also like to remind everyone that we do not take referrals from health professionals and all students are kindly asked to enrol themselves. If anyone needs additional support to enrol onto our courses, students can receive additional help from family, friends or professionals, or they can speak with a friendly member of our staff who can offer helpful assistance through the booking process and answer any queries.

Hard copies of the prospectus will be mailed in the first week of August. If you would like to be added to our mailing list, please contact us on 01392 677067 and we will be more than happy to send you a copy.

The Devon Recovery Learning Community endeavours to reach out across Devon to provide a diverse range of courses across a broad curriculum that aims to support the mental health and wellbeing of the whole person. Recovery is an ongoing process that is unique and personal to each one of us. Recovery learning is an important part of that process in that it provides us with opportunities to regain control of our lives, understanding to become more self-aware of our recovery needs, and the knowledge and skills to implement positive change that can help make life better and more bearable.

If there are courses you do not see here but that you would like us to consider for the future, we would like to hear from you! We hope you enjoy browsing through our new prospectus, and look forward to seeing you on some of our courses.

For advice and information about any of the courses please call 01392 677067, email or take at look at the website

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