A range of First Aid for Mental Health related subjects are covered including:
This short course provides learners with the knowledge to identify suspected mental health conditions and start a positive conversation about mental health concerns.
Learners will be introduced to the First Aid for Mental Health Action Plan, look at ways to implement a positive mental health culture within the workplace, and delve into the effects of drugs and alcohol on mental wellbeing.
The interactive online workshop is delivered by qualified tutors, each with a background of working within the mental health industry.
This course will be delivered over 10 hours (two sessions of 5 hours each) in a virtual classroom environment.
A small amount of self-study is required and candidates will also be required to spend some time preparing for their assessment prior to the completion of the course.
First Aid for Mental Health is delivered at Levels 1, 2 and 3, across three separate learning sessions. Learners completing Level 1 only need to attend the first session. Learners completing Level 2 need to attend the first two sessions. Finally, learners completing Level 3 need to attend all three sessions.
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