Next Dates for Delivery: Express your interest now!
25th & 26th May 2021: 9-5pm
07th, 8th, 14th & 15th June 2021: 5pm – 7.30pm (4 evenings)
29th & 30th June 2021: 9-5pm
This is an online course delivered through the MHFA England Online Learning Hub.
Learning takes place through four live training sessions, spread across two weeks, or two days (check advertised dates) with self-Directed Learning activities in between.
The course structure will be delivered either 4 sessions between 2 to 3 hours or a 2 day course with Pre-course Reading, Virtual classroom sessions and Self-Directed study. (Agenda will be provided)
Each session is built around a Mental Health First Aid Action Plan.
We limit numbers to a maximum of 16 people per course, so that the instructors can keep people safe and supported while they learn.
N.B. Training sessions are subject to be cancelled or rescheduled due to minimum participant requirements.
This course is available as either an online or face-to-face training session.
A Father’s Child Services CIC have the whole Well-being of the people we support at core of what we do. #Firstaid4yourmind #RESPECT
We are pleased to offer a range of ONLINE MHFA England First Aid Courses. This course covers all the learning outcomes of the traditional face to face classroom course but is delivered virtually.
We also deliver the 1 Day Champion Course and Half Day Awareness course.
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England is an internationally recognised training course which teaches people how to spot the signs and symptoms of Mental ill Health and provide help on a First Aid basis.
This online course qualifies you as a Mental Health First Aider, giving you:
An in-depth understanding of Mental Health and the factors that can affect Well-Being
Practical skills to help you spot the triggers and signs of Mental Health issues
Confidence to step in, to reassure and support a person in distress
Enhanced interpersonal skills such as Non-judgemental listening
Knowledge to help someone recover their health by guiding them to further support – whether that’s self-help resources, through their employer, the NHS, or a mixture to meet their needs