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Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid shows you care about your workers

Training Courses

Mental Health First Aid Training Courses

All of our mental health first aid courses are fun, enjoyable, interactive and varied.
They are taught in a hands-on way, so students get loads of actual practice.

Great training by Ottilia, made a course with a difficult subject matter enjoyable and understandable, and made the learning environment feel comfortable and supportive.
Stewart B, Trainer

Mental Health First Aid Courses


Mental Health First Aid shows you care about your workers

£ 90.00

  • FAA Level 1 Award in Awareness of First Aid for Mental Health (RQF)
  • Half day course
Mental Health First Aid shows you care about your workers

£ 200.00

  • FAA Level 3 Award in Supervising First Aid for Mental Health (RQF)
  • Two day course
stress

£ 10.00

  • Learn about the Five Steps to Mental Wellbeing
  • 2 Hour booster session
WEBINAR: What To Do About Stress

£ 10.00

  • Learn how stress affects your mind and body
  • Find out what you can do about it

Accredited, Ofqual regulated qualifications


NUCO APPROVED INSTRUCTOR

Our Mental Health First Aid Courses are nationally recognised, Ofqual regulated qualifications accredited by First Aid Awards Ltd in association with NUCO Training.

This means that you can rest assured that your Mental Health First Aid certificates fulfill the upcoming legal requirements and are a very good way to make sure you and your employees have a supporting workplace to deal with staff's mental health conditions.

MHFA1
MHFA1 - online
MHFA2

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Benefits of these courses



  • 37% of all work-related ill-health is due to mental health problems
  • Problems with mental health cover 45% of all working days lost
  • A whopping 12.8 million working days, or 49, 042 years, were lost due to mental health problems in 2018/19
  • 602,000 workers suffered from work-related stress, depression or anxiety in 2018/19
  • One in four people will have a mental health problem at some point during their lives
  • Whether work is causing or aggravating mental health problems, employers have a legal responsibility towards their employees
  • Work-related mental health issues must to be assessed to measure the levels of risk to staff
  • Where a risk is identified, steps must be taken to remove it or reduce it as far as reasonably practicable