Mental Health Aware Training
Increase your Mental Health Awareness with this half-day MHFA course
Mental Health Awareness Training - 0.5 Day
This half-day MHFA England accredited course qualifies you as Mental Health Aware. This course is designed to raise awareness, tackle stigma and empower people to access mental health initiatives and support. This internationally recognised course can be done by anyone and is valid for 3 years.
This training will give you:
Everyone who completes the course will get:
Our MHFA England accredited Mental Health Awareness training involves completing 1 half-day session and taking part in a mixture of presentations, group discussions, case studies and workshop activities.
Courses are limited to a maximum of 16 people (online) or 25 people (face-to-face)
- What is mental health?
- Mental Health Continuum
- Factors which affect mental health
- Stress and stress management
- Spotting signs of distress
- Mental health conditions:
- Anxiety disorders
- Eating disorders
- Take 10 Together – starting a supportive conversation
- Supporting mental health in the workplace
- Useful statistics
- Helpful resources
What is mental health? Mental Health Continuum Factors which affect mental health Stigma Stress and stress management Spotting signs of distress Depression Anxiety disorders Psychosis Eating disorders Suicide Self-harm Recovery Supportive conversations Supporting mental health in the workplace Useful statistics Helpful resources
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our standard maximum number of delegates for face-to-face courses is 12, however if we are able to do so safely, we are able to increase this. For our online courses, we generally limit delegate numbers to 12 people.
For our online Mental Health Aware training you must actively take part the session.
As part of the online training you must take part in the live session.
You get a 100-page MHFA manual and a workbook. Upon completion you will be given a certificate of attendance
Our Mental Health First Aid training is accredited by Mental Health First Aid England.
Contact us with your requirements (i.e. dates and location), we may be able to arrange something to suit your needs.
For the online training you will need a microphone in order to interact within the sessions. You do not need a camera; however, it is highly recommended in order to get the most from the course.
A device that has a good internet connection and a microphone. We also strongly recommend that you have a camera in order to get the most from the course. We recommend joining from a personal laptop to reduce the likelihood of IT departments blocking the live sessions.
Unfortunately, we are unable to edit the MFHA course syllabus. However, we do offer bespoke training courses which can be designed around your organisation’s needs. Please contact us to discuss bespoke training packages.
Public Mental Health Champion courses are usually delivered using Zoom, we will send you a link to join the course after purchase. Private courses can be held on other platforms (e.g. Microsoft Teams) depending on your organisation’s requirements.
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