Mental Health First Aid Training
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an internationally recognised course that can be delivered in a classroom, or virtually via an online platform. Accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), this course is 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. It provides individuals with the tools to help guide, support and encourage those struggling with a crisis.
To become a Mental Health First Aider you must complete a two day MHFA course, which includes a mix of presentations, discussions and group work activities. For more information on the course content, please read the course details and FAQs below:
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.
To find out more complete the enquiry form via the link below and I will respond ASAP - MHFA enquiry form
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