RCE Wellbeing Hub provides a collaborative learning environment that aims to convey a message of hope, power, and opportunity by celebrating strengths and successes.
It is a place to develop new skills, increase your understanding of emotional and physical distress, or explore the impacts of social issues, the way they impact us as individuals and the world around us. The college is a relaxed, friendly place to learn, with lots of support on hand if needed.
All our sessions are delivered online for now. Further instructions of how to access these can be found by scrolling to the bottom of this page and downloading the file entitled ‘Guide for Students - how to use Teams to access an online session'.
Sessions are limited to a maximum of 15 students per session and booking is on a first come, first served basis, so please ensure you are able to attend before registering for a session.
For existing students
To register for a session email [email protected] and let us know which courses/sessions you would like to join. We will then send you a conformation email.
For new students
Please complete a registration form and email it to [email protected]
Who can attend?
RCE Wellbeing Hub offers courses to:
- Anyone over the age of 18 living or working within Cambridgeshire
- If you received, or are currently receiving, services from CPFT
- Family, friends, and carers and loved ones of those experiencing challenges
- CPFT staff, volunteers, and students on placement
- Staff and those who receive services from our co-production partner organisations.
There is no fee and no entry requirements. You need only to register with the college before attending any courses.
How do I register to attend courses at the college?
Any person who wishes to attend courses at the college does not need to be referred. However, all students, both new and returning, need to register each term. We publish the timetable and prospectus online during our registration week at the beginning of each term. Our registration period never closes, so you can register for our courses at any stage.
Who runs the courses?
All courses are co-produced and co-delivered, involving at least one person with lived experience of emotional or physical distress. The college values the expertise gained from lived experience equally with that derived from professional training.
What sort of courses are available?
Courses vary in length from one-off workshops to those that take place weekly over a number of weeks. The range of courses available each term will vary as the college responds to the demands of its students.
Where are the courses held?
The college has two hubs: one in Cambridge and one in Peterborough. See below for the addresses for each hub. We also offer a range of our courses online.
Is there a timetable and prospectus of courses?
Yes, we publish a timetable and prospectus at the beginning of each new term.