Mental Health First Aider (Adult) – Online Blended Learning
The on-line course covers the same content as the 2 day face to face option, but in a way which is designed to increase flexibility and accessibility for delegates.
The On-line Mental Health First Aid course is interactive and is delivered through slides, video clips, activities, discussion and case studies which you will explore as a group to deliver studies, which we exported and reinforced with embed learning. The course utilises the MHFA England on-line learning hub to facilitate individual learning activities and a series of live sessions. Individual learning will be based on a combination of videos, workbook activities and reading. This can be done at your own pace in advance of each live session. The live sessions are led by one of our Ouch trainers approved MHFA England Instructors.
The course on the On-line Learning Hub, will direct you through all the individual learning activities. Please make sure to complete all the activities you need to in advance of each live session. Once a live session has taken place, the next set of activities you need to complete will be made available. The activities include reading through pages of your MHFA Course Manual, watching videos and answering some reflective questions. Ensure you allow enough time to complete these activities between sessions. It is important to recognise that this course covers material which you may find emotionally triggering. Your self care is important and your safety throughout is our priority. Please consider identifying someone who could potentially support you during or after the course if you need it. Please take some time to identify this person before the course starts.
On completion of the training Mental Health First Aiders will have:
- An in depth understanding of mental health and the factors that can affect wellbeing
- Practical skills to spot the triggers and signs of mental health issues
- Confidence to step in, reassure and support a person in distress
- Enhanced interpersonal skills such as non-judgmental listening
- Knowledge to help someone recover their health by guiding them to further support including, self help resources whether that’s through their employer, NHS or a mixture of different support strategies
The training is delivered by an experienced and qualified ‘Mental Health First Aid (MHFA England)’ instructor using a combination of presentations, group discussion and workshop activities.
On completion of the course each delegate will receive a Mental Health First Aider reference manual and a Mental Health First Aider certificate.
To see the range of mental health first aid courses we offer, please click here. Click below to download or print our course information sheet