It is estimated that 1 in 4 people will have a problem with mental health during their lifetime. Ignoring mental health issues in the workplace can be catastrophic not only for the individual but could also impact on the business itself. Spotting the signs and reaching out a helping hand is therefore important.

Mental illness is taking centre stage in the workplace not only because of its profound personal costs, but also because of the impact on the bottom line of absenteeism and staff turnover. 

This course will provide an understanding of common mental health illnesses and teaches how to support team members and enhance personal well being.

This Mental Health First Aid Awareness course aims to promote a better understanding of mental health and illness, addressing how to recognise and appropriately support those who may be struggling, prevent problems and distress arising in the first place.

This course can be delivered and certificated by Pulse First Aid Ltd face to face in the training room / workplace, OR delivered over Zoom. Contact us for more details.

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This course is designed for all employees to become aware of the well being of work colleagues and themselves and to have the knowledge to know where to point them to gain professional support.

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What people say about this course

A very informative training in a short space of time. However, gives me enough ammunition to support my team.
Zyad Moideen, McDonalds

Mental Health First Aid Awareness in April 2021

What people say about this course

John was an excellent and informative instructor. Made the course enthusiastic and enjoyable. Most enjoyed. Good learn.
Jen Eagle, McDonalds

Mental Health First Aid Awareness in April 2021

What people say about this course

Absolutely fantastic - extremely knowledgeable. Have learnt a lot - thank you.
Michelle Martin, McDonalds

Mental Health First Aid Awareness in April 2021

What people say about this course

John is a great coach. Excellent examples and real life situations. Always a pleasure to listen to him and learn from him. Thank you.
Melinda Lonyai, McDonalds

Mental Health First Aid Awareness in April 2021