1 in 4 people this year will suffer from some kind of mental health issue!
Do you want to be more aware of mental health problems, so you can support those closest to you?
Do you want to reduce absenteeism in YOUR business?

Workplace mental health and wellbeing are moving up the corporate agenda now more than ever. Businesses now recognise there are tangible benefits in looking after your most valuable asset – your staff. Our health and wellbeing services will help you lower absence rates, increase productivity and improve employee engagement.

Our team of Mental Health Trainers understands the importance of providing your team with the most effective way to deliver our 1st Aid for Mental Health Training. We are committed to providing the highest quality learning experience. As a result, this training is not only completed face to face but also online.

This course is Quality Checked by the National Counselling Society (NCS)

This course is Quality Checked by the National Counselling Society (NCS) and is designed to provide a greater awareness of mental health issues and the importance of mental wellbeing. Learners will build a knowledge base that can be used in a variety of health and social care roles, as well as those working in schools and other educational settings.

Course Type
Live Instructor Led Online Learning

Learning Format
Online Based

Course Duration
4 x 2 Hour Live Sessions

What do you get?
1st Aid Mental Health Champion Certificate

A 1st Aid For Mental Health Action Plan 

A Manual to keep for times you may need it

Your very own toolkit to support others and yourself

Further Development Opportunities
Mental Health Awareness and Wellbeing Days

Emotional Resilience

Wellbeing Days

The Role of the 1st Aid Champion for Mental Health

A 1st Aid Champion for Mental Health in the workplace is the person to go to if anyone goes through some form of mental health issue. Their role is to help guide the person in distress to the relevant help that they need. Their job is to be able to use their knowledge and experience to spot someone developing a mental health issue. They will, therefore, be prepared to intervene before it escalates.

It is important to remember that being a 1st Aid Champion for mental health, they are there to support an individual and it doesn’t qualify anyone as a therapist. Instead, they are there to non-judgmentally support an individual; and encourage them to access the professional help available.

Who is This Course is Designed For?

No qualifications are required for you to take this course. It is for all corporate, healthcare, social care, employers and educational professionals who need to refresh or improve upon their current understanding of mental health. It is also for anyone that anyone who works with, lives with or supports anyone with mental health issues. This training will help you to have the skills and confidence to step in and guide them towards the support they need. In doing so, they can speed up their recovery and potentially stop issues from developing into a crisis.

1st Aid for Mental Health Training dates 2020 – UK

1st Aid For Mental Health Champion
£ 210

When:

Monday 2nd November 9am until 11am

Monday 2nd November 1pm until 3pm

Tuesday 3rd November 9am until 11am

Tuesday 3rd November 1pm until 3pm

Where: ONLINE

Regular price: £210

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1st Aid For Mental Health Champion
£ 210

When:

Monday 19th October 9am until 11am

Tuesday 20th October 9am until 11am

Monday 26th October 9am until 11am

Tuesday 27th October 9am until 11am

Where: ONLINE

Regular price: £210

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To discuss any of these courses please call 03306 601274 or email info@tttrainingacademy.com

Why Take This Course:

1 in 4 adults have been diagnosed with a form of mental illness at some stage during their lifetime. (Source: Annual Health Survey)

A further 15% have less severe problems that put them at risk of developing mental health problems in the future. (Centre for Mental Health)

In England, 1 in 6 people report experiencing a common mental health problem (such as anxiety and depression) in any given week (Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey: Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing)

Half of all lifetime cases of mental illness begin by age 14. (National Institute for Mental Health)

This training course will ensure you are equipped with the relevant knowledge of mental health to be able spot the signs, help manage and provide effective support.

During this course, you will explore how mental health issues impacts individuals over their lifetime as well as the wider implications for their family and society.

The course provides you with:

An understanding of what mental health is and how to challenge stigma

An understanding of common mental health issues

The causes, symptoms and treatment of common mental health problems

Knowledge and confidence in spotting the signs of mental ill health

Confidence to support someone in distress or who may be experiencing a mental health issue

An introduction to looking after your own mental health and maintaining well-being

Course Syllabus

The course is split in 4 manageable parts. These are:

What is mental health?

Suicide

Anxiety and depression

Psychosis

  • “My team and I all learnt lots of practical information and tips to champion mental health wellbeing within our organisation thank you.”

    Suzy, Birmingham

    Suzy, Birmingham

  • “Thank you so much for this training, I have learnt such a lot about myself and how I can support anyone that is struggling with their mental health”

    Michael, Birmingham

    Michael, Birmingham

Disclaimer

Due to the sensitive nature of the content taught on this training, there are occasions where delegates may experience trigger reactions, based on their own experiences. Our trainers are there to support during the training, but it is also imperative that all delegates take care of their own emotional, mental and physical wellbeing at all times.

Our Mental Health Training is not designed as a treatment for individuals experiencing a mental health condition. Nothing in this course should be viewed as a substitute for professional advice (including, without limitation, medical advice).

Always consult your own GP if you’re in any way concerned about your health. You should always promptly consult a doctor all matters relating to physical or mental health, particularly concerning any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention.