SCT students graduate from psychology course
Congratulations to 11 of our students who successfully completed a challenging 10-week psychology and personal development course.
“It was so insightful and I learnt a lot about my own patterns of behaviour: how I relate to myself and how I relate to others. I hacked into my personal operating system – identifying bits of old coding that were once useful but which needed updating.” SCT student.
It was so insightful and I learnt a lot about my own patterns of behaviour: how I relate to myself and how I relate to others. I hacked into my personal operating system – identifying bits of old coding that were once useful but which needed updating.
Sheona Alexander, who manages our personal development and training centre, said:
“I had been keen to include a psychology element to our work here for a while and approached our neighbour, Foundation for Change. They navigated our students through this brilliantly structured and engaging course.”
Having set up this course to address ‘the sausage factory of aftercare’, Liz Naylor of Foundation for Change told the students:
“I’m really, really proud of you for completing the course. I know what a big leap that is – doing all the studying and coursework. Thank you for putting the work in and doing it. It isn’t an easy course and it can be really annoying but it’s important that it’s annoying because otherwise it would just be unchallenging.”
I’m using what I learn from the course every day. I now look at people differently.
We’re proud of this fantastic and local partnership with Foundation for Change and are looking forward to the next intake.
Thank you to Kirkland and Ellis, our partner who hosted the graduation ceremony.