Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an internationally recognised training course, traditionally delivered over 2 days, to become an Adult Mental Health First Aider.
This course can be delivered in the classroom, or through blended learning including self-directed study and live webinars.
Suitable for all adults in the workplace aged 16+. No prior learning in this subject is assumed.
Learning takes place in 4 structured sessions with clear goals and outcomes, through a mix of interactive exercises, presentations and discussion. Each session is built around a Mental Health First Aid Action Plan.
Our trainers create a confidential “safe place” so that any mental health or personal disclosures during your course are heard with respect and signposting support can be offered.
This course teaches you how to spot the early signs and symptoms of mental ill-health and to provide help on a first aid basis. You will learn a set of skills to respond well in a crisis and to reach out with empathy and support before a crisis happens.
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