Mental Health First Aid | 2 days | Individual £299.00 | On-site £1,900.00
On-site prices are based on 8 candidates trained at own venue, additional places up to a maximum of 16 candidates may be added.
Individual prices are based on using a TLS Training Services venue with candidates from different companies.
Our Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England courses are delivered by a quality assured instructor who has completed a MHFA Instructor Training programme which is accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health and includes keeping candidates safe and supported while they learn through a mix of group activities, presentations and discussions.
All Prices Include: VAT • Course Reference Book • Certificate (on successful completion)
Onsite & Individuals
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England is an internationally recognised training course which teaches people how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill health and provide help on a first aid basis. MHFA won’t teach you to be a therapist, but just like physical first aid, it will teach you to listen, reassure and respond, even in a crisis.
Research and evaluation show that taking part in an MHFA course:
- Raises awareness and mental health literacy;
- Reduces stigma around mental ill health;
- Boosts knowledge and confidence in dealing with mental health issues;
- Promotes early intervention which enables recovery.
At your venue on dates to suit your group. For dates and venues – Please call.
This course is suitable for those who are 16 upwards who want to gain the necessary skills to have a non-judgmental conversation, recognise the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues and effectively guide a person towards the right support.
Please be aware that this course focuses and covers subjects that some people may find distressing, including suicide and self-harm.
Overview of Course
- A deeper understanding of mental health and the factors that can affect people’s wellbeing, including your own;
- Practical skills to spot the triggers and signs of mental health issues;
- Confidence to step in, reassure and support a person in distress;
- Enhanced interpersonal skills such as non-judgemental listening;
- Knowledge to help someone recover their health by guiding them to appropriate support.