WHO IS IT FOR?
This introductory course is suitable for everyone in the organisation as it gives learners the skills and knowledge to recognise signs of common mental health conditions, begins to explore how to start conversations about mental health and raises awareness of when to signpost individuals to an appropriate medical professional.
You can choose to join this course as an individual (choose a date from the drop down menu), or we can deliver a bespoke course specifically for between 4-16 individuals from one organisation. This can be delivered via Zoom, or at your place of work, on a date convenient to you. Call or email us to find out more.
KEY TOPICS COVERED
During the two-hour Awareness of Workplace Mental Health course we will cover a broad range of topics including:
- What is First Aid for Mental Health?
- Identifying mental health conditions
- Providing advice and starting a conversation
- Drugs and alcohol
Learners will also be provided with resources to complete independent learning on how to spot signs and symptoms of conditions such as anxiety, depression, psychosis, self-harm, eating disorders and suicide.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
The two-hour course held over Zoom is £50 +VAT per learner. On successful completion of the assessment, the learner will receive a RQF Level 1 award. If you wish to hold a course specifically for your organisation, then please contact us to discuss numbers and pricing.
HOW LONG DOES THE COURSE LAST?
This course is run virtually with a real trainer via Zoom. If you would like to attend a face-to-face course, either held in your workplace or at our own training venue, please let us know and we will be happy to help.
Choose a date from the drop down menu to book your place, call or email us for further information or help with your booking or to discuss dates and options for a bespoke course for your organisation.
If you would like to train to become a Mental Health First Aider, you also need to book a level 2 and level 3 course.
Many organisations use this introductory course to raise awareness of workplace mental health across the entire organisation. Some individuals then take further training to become qualified Mental Health First Aiders by also completing the Level 2 and Level 3 courses.