Mental Health First Aid is a two-day training course that teaches you how to recognise symptoms of mental health problems, how to deal with a crisis situation and how to spot the first signs of someone developing mental ill health.

We offer:
Bespoke training courses at your own venue/workplace for groups of staff of between 8 and 16 individuals.

Our team of MHFA Instructors are fully qualified and accredited with Mental Health First Aid England.

How much does it cost?
£150 per delegate.

On completion of the two-day course all participants will receive their MHFA manual and certificate of attendance.
   
You supply:
The room, seating and table for delegates, refreshments, flipchart and flipchart paper

Who should attend?
The training is particularly important and beneficial for frontline workers - anyone who has regular contact with the public

Why should you do the training?
People who are trained in Mental Health First Aid can help to:

  • provide comfort to a person experiencing mental health problems
  • provide help to prevent a mental health problem becoming more serious
  • preserve life where a person may be a danger to themselves or others
  • promote the recovery of good mental health
  • raise awareness of mental health issues in the community
  • reduce the associated stigma and discrimination

What does the training cover?
The training covers a range of topics relating to mental health including:

  • common mental health problems
  • the 5 steps of mental health first aid
  • depression
  • suicide
  • anxiety disorders
  • panic attacks
  • psychotic disorders.

On completion of the two-day course:
All participants will receive their MHFA manual and certificate of attendance.

Please email Peter Nevins to discuss your individual requirements.

Click here to visit MHFA England's website.

 

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