As basic training for all in mental health awareness is considered good practice, this 1-day course is suitable for anyone working in a team environment. Focusing on the most common mental health problems, the training includes recognising signs and symptoms and advice on practical strategies to support others.
Enlightened employers are now highlighting first aiders for both physical and mental health in the same way. This course is designed to teach participants how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill health together with a set of skills which enables them to support someone experiencing mental health issues.
This 12-hour training offers an overview of mental ill-health in the workplace and helps to remove stigma and fear. Delegates become more informed about how to respond to a mental health crisis. The course is presented by a qualified SMHFA instructor and quality is continuously monitored by NHS Health Scotland.
Like physical first aiders, mental health first aiders need to periodically refresh their skills. As well as illustrating a commitment to treating mental health and physical health equally, this training helps to ensure skills and knowledge are updated so this crucial role can be provided safely and confidently.
Providing a deeper understanding around the issues that relate to student and staff mental health, this 1-day course is suitable for anyone who either works or studies in a higher education environment. It teaches participants to spot the early signs of mental ill health, listen, reassure and guide a person towards support.
Designed to teach staff, volunteers and parents how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill-health. The 青年MHFA training gives those who attend the skills and confidence to safely address mental health issues in young people aged 8 to 18, with a strong practical focus on how to support a young person experiencing mental distress.
A City&Guilds accredited 1-day course which can be applied to any professional or personal setting. Those who attend will gain the knowledge and tools to understand that suicide is one of the most preventable deaths and that simple skills can help someone with thoughts of suicide stay safe from their thoughts and stay alive.
The world’s leading suicide intervention workshop is suitable for anyone who wants to be able to provide suicide first aid, regardless of their prior experience. The ASIST model equips participants to carry out an intervention and risk assessment with a colleague, customer or client who is having thoughts of suicide.
Participants can expect to leave the 3-hour safeTALK course with practical knowledge, helping identify those who are at risk, confidently asking them about the topic of suicide, and connecting them with resources that can help them stay safe. Suitable for anyone in the workplace who wants to become a suicide-alert helper.
This 1-day course helps an organisation consider the activities they should undertake if the unthinkable happened and a death by suicide of an employee, contractor or client occurred. Participants will learn the skills to construct and initiate an appropriate, sensitive organisational&individual response and the syllabus will support the production of a company specific plan.
Suitable for everyone in the workplace who would like to be more alert to the mental health and wellbeing of others, this course is particularly useful for organisations ready to offer another level of psychological support in the workplace and create an informed group of employees who can drive this agenda.
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.