Mental Health First Aid Training
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England adult course - delivered in a classroom or via an online platform.
This is an accredited course (RSPH) for private individuals and employers who would like to build their confidence and knowledge in order to spot the signs and symptoms of mental illness in the workplace and/or their private lives, in order to guide, support and encourage.
Adult MHFA courses take place over 2 days (4 days online), for 8 - 16 participants and are for individuals aged 16 and above.
The course is accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) and participants attending the course will receive an MHFA Manual and workbook as well as a certificate from Mental Health First Aid England.
There is no formal assessment for this course however delegates must complete the pre course learning activities and all sections of the course, which is delivered through a mix of presentations, workshop activities and group discussions.
Availability across England, with the course being run at either your location or at a meeting space near you.
Please complete the enquiry form via the link below and I will respond ASAP.
Frequently asked questions
What is the role of a Mental Health First Aider?
A mental health first aider's role in the workplace is to act as a first point of contact for anyone struggling with a mental health issue. They provide support and guidance to their colleagues, as well as being an advocate for mental wellbeing in the workplace and endorsing positive change.
In the role as mental health first aider, they should be comfortable discussing mental health issues and be able to provide colleagues with basic advice, as well as encouraging them to access relevant resources to help them with their problems.
A business can benefit from having mental health first aiders on site to help spot the signs and symptoms of developing mental illness and intervening before it escalates into a much bigger issue. They are not qualified to diagnose what mental health condition a person is suffering from but can offer valuable help and guidance to colleagues to make their working life easier.
How do I become a mental health first aider?
To become a Mental Health First Aider, you need to undertake the relevant 2-day training course either face-to-face or online. The course qualifies you as a Mental Health First Aider and provides you with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of mental health and the factors affecting an individual’s wellbeing.
The course has been developed to be delivered either over 2 full days, face to face or via video conference, which is 4 3 hour sessions over 4 days.
Find out more about the Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England adult course
Who do you provide MHFA training to?
I deliver the training to employees within businesses and organisations and I have delivered training to
How much do your courses cost?
Please contact me to discuss the price, I want to deliver this training to as many people as possible, but I am aware of financial restrictions.
What will I gain by become a mental health first aider?
The 2-day Mental Health First Aid Course can be delivered at your workplace, at a meeting space nearby or remotely if preferred
Group booking discounts available making it a cost-effective way to train your managers & HR business partners
This Internationally Recognised Course is Accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health