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Mental Health First Aid in the Workplace

With 1 in 6 of the UK population having a diagnosed mental health condition, can we ethically not address this thoroughly in our places of work?

Increase awareness

Open up conversations

Signpost

Challenge stigma

Promote open dialogue

Empower 

Reduce presenteeism

Support

Ensure you are meeting your duty of care and HSE responsibilities by guaranteeing that your workplace has the correct provision for not only the physical health of your employees but their mental health also. 

Mental Health First Aiders are a vital role to have fulfilled and the first step in changing and challenging unhelpful workplace cultures around mental health conditions. 

Working at home

Suitable for, individuals, independent businesses, organisations, charities and corporate clients. With zoom, classroom based and on site training packages available, we can tailor our provision to the need of the individual or to your group. 

As an accredited QUALSAFE centre we offer recognised qualifications for the whole range of mental health suite courses, allowing all participants who pass their assessment to receive a recognised certificate of qualification which is valid for 3 years.

REDUCE PRESENTEEISM With studies showing that over 80% of staff continue to attend work when unfit to do so – can your business afford financially and ethically, not to tackle presenteeism? Employers with well-trained Mental Health First Aiders, within their teams have reported: Improved employee morale Improved employee wellbeing Decreased absenteeism Increased productivity Reduced occurrences of mental health related absences

W H O is this course suitable for? The answer is simple - EVERYONE! Mental health is not limited to just large operations, we have worked with micro businesses and individuals, who simply desire to be more aware of Mental Health, and how Mental Health First Aid can be used. Is your knowledge going to be limited to just the workplace? Absolutely not - with 1 in 6 of us experiencing a mental health condition or period of mental ill-health, these skills are certainly transferable!

DID YOU KNOW Stress, depression and anxiety was cited for 44%of all work-related ill-health cases and 57% of all working days lost due to ill health. AND Employers see a return of £5.30 on average, for every £1 invested in staff mental health wellbeing.

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