Mind in the Vale of Glamorgan work in partnership with other agencies, including  Cardiff and Vale College, Adult Education and Primary Mental Health Support Services to make courses available in and around the community.

Stress Control and ACT-Ion For Living – Psychoeducational Courses

Stress Control and ACT-Ion for Living are open access psycho-education courses run regularly in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan.  Anyone can attend these courses, and places do not have to be booked.  Please click the following link for further information and upcoming course dates and venues –

Get Back On Track

Get Back On Track courses are free courses funded by Welsh Governement.  If you are not in work, education or training, are receiving state benefits and are looking to learn new skills to help you get back into work, then these courses are for you.  A free creche is available for those attending courses at Palmerston Adult Learning Centre and The Vale Learning Centre.  Get Back On Track is based at Palmerston Learning Centre, Cadoc Crescent, Barry, CF63 2NT.  Please call 01446 733762 to book courses and creche places.  Visit the Get Back On Track website for further information.

Adult Community Learning

There are many adult community courses in the Vale of Glamorgan, from one day courses to 15 weeks.  There are varying costs for these courses, and they take place all over the Vale.  Please visit the Adult Community Learning website for more information and to download a prospectus.

Expert Patient Programme. 

For more information please click EPP

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