MHFA Mental Health First Aid

Course Details
This is a two-day, RQF Level 3 course
£295 + VAT per person
Price includes Qualsafe Accredited L3 certificate
Lunch and all day Tea / coffee / refreshments included

Covid-19 Precautions
We are taking all necessary and Government stipulated guidelines, including limiting the number of places

Cottam, North Notts, DN22 0EU
Residential Course with Onsite Accommodation available
Or at your offices – please contact us for details

Course Dates
Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th September 2020
Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th October 2020
Monday 2nd and Tuesday 3rd November 2020
Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th December 2020
Please contact us to discuss your requirements and book a course

Alternatively please contact us to run a course for you / at your premises (min 4 persons)

This Quality Assured qualification is for people who wish to:
• Raise their awareness of the signs and symptoms associated with mental health problems both related to the workplace and in the general public
• Be able to actively listen and feel confident to have a conversation with individuals suffering potential mental ill-health
• Be able to assist with policy writing and risk assessments for mental health in the workplace
• Direct anyone with potential mental health problems to a reliable source of support both internally and externally

The objective of the qualification is to benefit the Learner by educating them in common mental health problems related to work such as stress, depression anxiety, & post-traumatic stress disorder.

The qualification includes how to actively listen and have a conversation provide suggestions but empowering the individual to make their own decisions on how to best provide assistance in difficult times.

The Learner will gain an understanding of laws that apply to work place associated with mental health and in addition know how to assist with making the work environment beneficial to both employer and employee.

The purpose of this qualification is to prepare Learners for further learning in the area of mental health or continuing professional development in the area of mental health first aid.