Managers play a key role in supporting their team members’ physical and mental health. On this course delegates will explore factors affecting mental health and signs that someone is struggling. Sharing best practice, delegates will consider practical actions they can take to support their teams and encourage wellness and recovery in the workplace.
This training course increases awareness of how to support others in the workplace who may be struggling with mental health issues. The training explores the most common mental health problems and practical actions delegates can take to help others, whilst taking steps to protect their own mental wellbeing.
Our accredited trainers deliver a range of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England courses which can be delivered online or face-to-face. These include training to become a Mental Health First Aider (MHFAider®) or an MHFA Champion, along with half-day awareness and refresher courses and specific MHFA training for Higher Education. Scotland's Mental Health First Aid course is available as a face-to-face course.
This 3.5 hour course focuses on emotion regulation and building resilience to help people cope with the challenges of remote working. Delegates learn practical skills during a fun, engaging session full of group exercises, discussion, creative thinking and problem solving.
A 3-hour course which helps participants understand what has caused symptoms of burnout (such as physical and mental exhaustion, social detachment, and a reduced sense of worth). The course introduces them to practical actions that will help positively address the condition based on the latest scientific evidence of what works and what doesn’t.
Course participants learn why they may be experiencing feelings of panic, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, or having intrusive thoughts or images. In this 2-hour course they learn how not to experience fear in these situations, explore a range of evidence-based solutions and develop a plan that will help them feel safe.
We deliver half-day, 1-day and 2-day suicide alertness courses, such as safeTALK, Suicide First Aid Through Understanding Suicide Intervention (SFAUSI) and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST). Our expert trainers also facilitate training for first responders in the workplace and suicide postvention planning for managers.
This course explores the impact on staff who support others with psychological trauma. Participants will learn to recognise the negative effects of vicarious trauma and develop strategies to protect their wellbeing and enable them to continue to support others.
As there may be occasions where one of the above courses does not provide the best solution to an organisation’s training needs, we can also offer specifically designed bespoke courses, customised courses to include examples/exercises pertinent to your organisation as well as a confidential one-to-one coaching service.