This one-day course has been approved by The National Counselling Society and is designed to provide a greater awareness of mental health issues; and the importance of mental wellbeing.
Due to the sensitive nature of the content taught on this training, there are occasions where delegates may experience trigger reactions, based on their own experiences. Our trainers are there to support during the training, but it is also imperative that all delegates take care of their own emotional, mental and physical wellbeing at all times.
Our Mental Health Training is not designed as a treatment for individuals experiencing a mental health condition. Nothing in this course should be viewed as a substitute for professional advice (including, without limitation, medical advice).
Always consult your own GP if you’re in any way concerned about your health. You should always promptly consult a doctor all matters relating to physical or mental health, particularly concerning any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention.
Whilst this course touches on the Equality Act 2010, it is not intended to provide Mental Health Policies and Procedures for the delegates or the Organisations they represent.
Regional, in-company or online
Classroom based or live online training
What do you get?
1st Aid Mental Health Champion Certificate approved by The National Counselling Society.
This one-day course has been approved by The National Counselling Society and is designed to provide a greater awareness of mental health issues; and the importance of mental wellbeing. We will train you to have the skills and confidence to step in and guide those struggling with their mental health, towards the support they need. In doing so, they can speed up their recovery and potentially stop issues from developing into a crisis. Upon completion delegates are awarded the certificate for 1st Aid Mental Health Champion.
Who Would Benefit?
Any member of staff that wishes to develop their Mental Health skills and knowledge, to be able to support others within the workplace.
- An understanding of what mental health is and how to challenge stigma
- An understanding of common mental health issues
- The causes, symptoms and treatment of common mental health problems
- Knowledge and confidence in spotting the signs of mental ill health
- Confidence to support someone in distress or who may be experiencing a mental health issue
- An introduction to looking after your own mental health and maintaining well-being.
The course is split in 4 manageable parts. These are:
- What is mental health?
- Anxiety and depression
How to register
Training for this course is booked on demand. To register your interest please contact Paige Godsell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02476 854980.