Mental Heath First Aid (MHFA) is an internationally recognised training course that teaches people how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill-health and provide help on a first aid basis. This two-day course, running on 17 & 18th December 2020 at our Exeter training centre for only £300 including lunch.
We all know that wellbeing is good for business and that healthy people are happier, more engaged and more productive.
Practical mental health skills and awareness training is a key component for creating a safe, healthy workplace where the mental health and physical health of employees are valued equally. It gives people the tools to support their own mental health and that of their colleagues and encourages them to access timely support when needed.
Why Choose us?
- Meet the core standards
Help meet the recommended core standards for a healthy workplace as set out for all employers in the Government’s Thriving at Work report.
- Quality assured
Every MHFA England course is delivered by a qualified instructor who has completed the Instructor Training programme accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health. MHFA are the only provider of licensed Mental Health First Aid instructor training in England.
Our instructors provide a safe, inclusive learning environment and are trained to support people throughout the whole course.
- Internationally recognised
- You’ll be joining a global community of over 2.6 million people around the world who have trained in MHFA skills. In England, we have trained over 400,000 people.
- Community interest
As a community interest company, our profits go back into driving our social mission – to spread mental health skills and awareness.
- Evidence based
- Our courses are written by experts, grounded in research, and tested by people with lived experience of mental ill health. Research and evaluation shows that MHFA England courses make a lasting difference in people’s knowledge and confidence around mental health
- Duration: 2 days
- Content Covered:
- Quality mental health training, underpinned by a robust wellbeing strategy, gives people the tools to keep themselves healthy and support each other. It can also help to:
- Build employees’ confidence to have open conversations around mental health and break the stigma
- Encourage people to access support early when needed, for a faster recovery
- Empower people with a long term mental health issue or disability to thrive in work
- Promote a mentally healthy environment, stopping preventable issues and allowing people to thrive and become more productive
- Embed a long term positive culture across the whole organisation, where employees recognise their mental and physical health are supported as equal parts of the whole person