This 2-day course qualifies supervisors to be Mental Health First Aiders and offers them a deep understanding of what mental health is and what factors affect this.
Stress, anxiety and depression is the most common illness and is often caused by challenging life events or work.
Attending this course will give you practical skills to spot the signs of mental illness and ensuring you have the confidence to support those who need assistance.
Fortunately, the majority of mental health conditions are mild and can be treated by a GP. But, as employers, we have a duty of care and must protect the welfare of our employees.
Please note, the course covers the following sensitive topics; stress, anxiety, depression, drug and alcohol misuse, PTSD, self-harm, suicide, eating disorder, personality disorders, bipolar disorders, psychosis and schizophrenia.