Mental Health Awareness Training Courses
Our courses provide managers and staff with the knowledge and confidence to work with and support colleagues and others with a mental health illness or condition. In addition advice is provided on how to tackle prejudice and stigma in the workplace.
The most common mental health conditions are reviewed and de-mystified to dispel the belief that you have to be an expert to offer support to your staff and colleagues.
Recent delegate comments
- “Enjoyable and relatable despite the topic being intense, I feel confident in identifying and starting a conversation on mental health”
- “Really useful intro to a topic area which we think we knew about but don’t!”
- “Very thorough; very authentic – backed up with experience/examples.”
- “Excellent facilitator, was very knowledgeable and this course should be attended by everyone.”
This mental health awareness training empowers team members to provide support to colleagues struggling with a mental health condition.
This important training helps an organisation consider the unthinkable – the death of an employee, customer or client, by suicide. The syllabus supports the production of an action plan, based on international good practice.
The Workplace Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Half Day training is designed to raise awareness of mental health. It provides participants with an introductory understanding of what mental health is, some common mental health issues and how to look after their own mental health and maintain wellbeing.
This Higher Education Mental Health First Aid course was created in consultation with leading student mental health charity Student Minds. It was piloted in 16 universities and evaluated by the University of Chester.
The course is more than awareness of mental health, it aims to create alert individuals who are ready, willing and able to offer support within higher education settings. The training is provided by accredited MHFA qualified instructors who understand not only the bespoke syllabus but also the complexities of student life.
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), equips key staff to carry out an intervention and risk assessment with a colleague, customer or client who is having thoughts of suicide.
Comments from delegates after attending our Mental Health Awareness Training Courses
“A subject that affects so many people at some stage in their life could be helped/assisted with this training. Helping people to be aware of individuals suffering with mental health, talking about it and HOW to assist the individual and team working with mental health.”
“Everything that was spoken about and taught was executed very well and the handouts are brilliant.”
“It was a well thought out and delivered course. The trainer was enthusiastic and knowledgeable but not preachy.”