Accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health, this online Mental Health First Aid course qualifies learners to become registered Mental Health First Aiders. MHFA helps to raise awareness of mental health and reduce stigma and discrimination in the hope that more people will come forward for help. This course is open to all clinical and non-clinical staff in Thames Valley.
This comprehensive online course is delivered over four interactive sessions of approximately 2.5hrs each with some self-directed learning in between. During the course, there will discussions and activities around the different mental health conditions and how to provide practical and emotional support to someone experiencing poor mental health; how to assess and assist with any crisis, and how to best look after your own mental health. All sessions must be attended to qualify and receive your certificate. Please click here to see the course flyer.
This course will take place on the following dates:
|April 20th 2021||12.00-14.15|
|April 22nd 2021||12.00-14.50|
|April 27th 2021||12.00-14.30|
|April 29th 2021||12.00-14.30|
If you are interested in this course, please click here to submit your expression of interest.
Please note, all courses up to October 2021 are now full.
- April 20
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
- Event Categories:
- Advanced Practitioners, Allied Health Professionals, First Contact Practitioners, GPs, HCAs, Health & Social Care, MSK Practitioners, Nurses, Nursing Associates, Paramedics, Pharmacists, Physician Associates, Physiotherapists, Practice Managers, Receptionists, Social Prescibers