Adult Mental Health First Aid
We offer an accredited two-day training course covering Adult’s Mental Health First Aid. This is a practical skills and awareness course which will provide you with:
• 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
Youth Mental Health First Aid
Whether you are looking for a Mental Health First Aid course for teachers, work in a social or healthcare setting, or want to know how to support someone through a mental health crisis, you can be there for children and young people with our Youth Mental Health First Aid course.
Mental Health First Aid training is something that all parents and carers should know and can help you support your own child’s mental health and wellbeing as they grow. Our accredited two-day course will teach you the skills and confidence to help children and young people get the support they need.
Mental Health in the Workplace
The main aim of our mental health training session is to equip you with non-biased, evidence-based facts, about mental ill health, how this might affect you and your colleagues. We will focus on the importance of early intervention and practical skills, which will help you move towards a safer working environment.
We will also offer our support to implement people-friendly solutions in your workplace, for example, Mental Health Champions or creating dedicated support groups.
Our course covers a variety of topics including:
Why we need to talk about mental health in the workplace;
Stigma, myths and discrimination;
Signposting & supporting.
... and more.
Menopause in the Workplace
Menopause is fast becoming the next critical strategy development for any business serious about employee engagement and staff welfare. Previously a taboo topic, the conversation has been silently growing and now businesses all over the UK are looking at implementing Menopause Workplace Policies that support female team members.
The main aim of our Menopause workplace training sessions is to equip your employees or leaders with non-biased, evidence based facts, teaching them more about the Menopause and how this affects women – and their colleagues - at work. We will provide information on how not tackling key Menopause issues can impact your organisation and how you can prevent this, leading to:
• Improved productivity
• Decreased absences
• Happier, healthier staff
• Increased engagement
We offer bespoke training and workforce development, delivered within your health or social care organisation.
- Learn more about advocacy and the importance of advocacy in our community;
- Learn when to refer for advocacy;
- Learn about the different strands of advocacy and the acts governing advocacy in the UK i.e. the Care Act 2014 and the Mental Capacity Act 2005;
- Learn about the advocacy role within processes such as Safeguarding, Section 21A Challenges, and others.
Our training is always up to date ensuring the most recent case law and examples.