Gateway to Wellbeing

Gateway to Wellbeing

Gateway to Wellbeing is LLF’s brand new accredited starter course into understanding the basics of wellbeing. This course covers a range of wellbeing related topics such as healthy living and how to deal with stressful problems!

You will finish this course with a greater understanding of your own personal and social development, which is vital for good wellbeing. This course is also to be repeated monthly, should you wish to share it with others as well as various other routes for progression. This course will be taught online.

What you will learn

  • Understand how to identify areas for self-development.
  • How to recognise a straightforward problem and how to tackle it head-on.
  • Understand what is needed to create a healthy lifestyle, and what activities can contribute to making improvements.
  • How effective interpersonal communication skills can improve certain situations and overcome barriers.

Programme Benefits

  • Only 10 sessions!
  • Introduction to Wellbeing.
  • Receive a qualification. Award in Personal and Social Development NCFE (Entry Level 3)
  • Perfect if you are unsure of what should be the next direction for your career/learning.

Who is this course for?

  • Age 19+
  • For people with spare time on their hands and wish to do something productive.
  • Those interested in improving their Wellbeing.
  • Must be unemployed and on benefits.
  • For anybody who needs a qualification to move onto the next stage of their career.

Entry Requirements

  • Must be 19+
  • Must be unemployed and on benefits.


Award in Personal and Social Development NCFE (Entry Level 3)

Quick Facts:

  • Start Date: 29th June 2022
  • Duration: 10 sessions
  • Location: Online and socially distanced sessions at London Learning Consortium (LLC), Croydon CR0 1QG.
  • Breakdown of hours: 6 Hours a week
  • Fee: FREE / Fully-funded subject to eligibility criteria.

How to apply?

Get involved by filling in the form here or emailing Dawn directly on

LLC office is closed today 18th February 2022 due to Storm Eunice.

All learners will/are being contacted to advise them to “stay at home” and “do not take risks” as a red weather warning was issued for London and the east of England ahead of the arrival of Storm Eunice.