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Mental Health Courses

Our mental health courses are available in a range of delivery methods, including classroom training, webinars and eLearning.

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Special Focus Courses

For a more in-depth understanding of specific conditions and symptoms.

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Mental Health At Work Courses

Apply new knowledge and skills to make the workplace more welcoming and inclusive to all.

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Mental Health in the Workplace Level 2

The Mental Health in the Workplace Level 2 course aims to raise awareness of the importance of promoting mental health in the workplace and empower individuals to offer support. The course covers topics such as the impact of mental health issues on individuals and the workplace, identifying and managing mental health issues in the workplace, and supporting employees with mental health issues. The course also discusses legal responsibilities and best practices for creating a mentally healthy workplace. The course is designed for managers, supervisors, and anyone who wants to learn more about promoting mental health in the workplace. The course duration is 3 hours, and successful candidates will be issued with a certificate valid for 3 years.

Learning Objectives

  • Define mental health
  • Identify and explain mental health facts and fiction
  • Understand key legislation relating to mental health
  • Identify common signs and symptoms
  • Understand some common mental health disorders
  • Recognise common attitudes towards mental ill-health and the impacts these can have
  • Know how to support people and offer advice

Mental Health Courses

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain what ADHD is
  • Describe the types and causes of ADHD
  • State the characteristics of ADHD
  • Describe treatments for ADHD
  • Explore support strategies for ADHD
  • Complete the knowledge assessment

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain what anxiety disorders are
  • Identify the common signs and symptoms of anxiety
  • Know some of the common types of anxiety disorders
  • Knowledge of phobias and common types of phobia
  • Understand what panic attacks are
  • Understand how anxiety disorders can be managed and treated
  • Appreciate the importance of self-care and list some self-care techniques
  • Understand how to support others dealing with anxiety

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain what bipolar disorder is and the different types
  • State the characteristics and diagnosis of bipolar disorder
  • Understand the causes and effects of bipolar disorder
  • Describe treatment and support options for bipolar disorder
  • Explore attitudes towards bipolar disorder

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain ‘mental health’
  • List common mental ill health
  • Identify the impacts of mental ill health
  • Identify ways to support people with mental ill health

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Define ‘mental health’
  • Identify and explain mental health facts and fiction
  • Understand key legislation relating to mental health
  • Identify common signs and symptoms
  • Understand some common mental health disorders
  • Recognise common attitudes towards mental ill-health and the impacts these can have
  • Know how to support people and offer advice

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what OCD is
  • Gain insight on the history and prevalence of OCD
  • Understand what is meant by an obsession and a compulsion
  • Gain insight into what causes OCD
  • Understand the brain and OCD
  • Understand how OCD is assessed and how it can be treated

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Define self harm
  • Describe the link between self harm, mental health and suicide
  • Explore strategies to support individuals and reduce the need to self harm
  • State legislation and policies related to self harm
  • Know support services available

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • To define what suicide is, and understand its prevalence
  • Understand the links between suicide, mental health and other factors
  • Identify links and differences between suicide and self-harm
  • Recognise the risk factors and warning signs for suicide
  • Understand how to offer help and support, including actions to take in an emergency

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Define mental health
  • Identify and explain mental health facts and fiction
  • Understand key legislation relating to mental health
  • Explain how mental health care has evolved over time
  • Identify common signs and symptoms
  • Understand common mental health disorders
  • Explain the concept of parity of esteem
  • Recognise common attitudes towards mental ill-health and the impacts these can have
  • Know how to support people and offer advice

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the potential effects of stress in the workplace
  • Describe the role of the Manager
  • Identify ways to manage stress in the workplace

Classroom or webinar training
eLearning (Level 2)