Mental Health Awareness - Live Virtual Training
This half-day (09.00 - 12.30) course is delivered via Zoom with a St John Ambulance Cymru trainer and provides delegates with an awareness of mental health conditions, the triggers to be aware of, signs and symptoms, and how to help. (Delegates are advised to log on 15 minutes early to allow for any technical issues, so we can ensure we start on time)
It also advises delegates on how to stay mentally healthy at work.
Who is it for?
This training is suitable for those who want to gain an overview of mental health in the workplace, how to spot the signs and how to help. Being able to discuss mental health could help ease concerns before they escalate.
Delegates should be aged over 18.
What will you learn?
- Definition of mental health
- Statistics in Wales
- Mental Health Continuum
- Stigma and attitudes
- Depression and anxiety / stress
- Triggers to poor mental health
- Signs and symptoms in the workplace
- How to help
- How to stay mentally healthy at work
How is it assessed?
This course is not assessed.
All delegates will be issued with a Mental Health Awareness certificate awarded by Mental Health First Aid Wales, which is valid for 3 years.
MHFA Wales is only licensed to provide this training course for those who live and/or work in Wales. Participants from other countries who wish to become trained in MHFA will need to contact the national provider licensed to deliver in their country.
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