Mental Health First Aid England
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England offers a range of training to empower people to spot signs of mental ill health and offer first aid support. By improving mental health skills, confidence and access to support, the training assists in reducing stigma, increasing wellbeing, and encouraging people to thrive at work.
Resources from this organisation:
A workplace Mental Health First Aider can play a key part in supporting colleagues. This document is for new Mental Health First Aiders and outlines what to expect from this role.
The only effective, sustainable approach to employee wellbeing involves the whole organisation. This guide explains how to recruit, train, and assess your Mental Health First Aiders.
Building Mental Health has organised a programme of CITB-funded training across the UK to enable people to become Mental Health First Aid Instructors with a special focus on construction.
This report follows a third annual survey conducted by YouGov into employee mental health. It reveals that financial insecurity is a major factor in poor mental health for UK workers, and presents calls to action for employers.
It can sometimes be difficult to spot the signs of mental ill health. This poster takes you through some common triggers which might impact on someone's mental health.
Sensitise, skills and sustainability. This toolkit explains these three key steps to creating a mentally healthy workplace.
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England talk to employers from a range of sectors, from construction to charity, to find out how their training has benefited them.
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England offers a variety of training for employers across the UK. This one day workplace course will qualify you as a Mental Health First Aid Champion.
This resource is regarded as highly valuable by line managers across private, public and third-sector organisations to help them create healthier workplaces.
The results of the second National Employee Mental Wellbeing Survey, produced in partnership with YouGov. It reveals that although there has been progress since 2016, many people with mental health issues are unable to seek help from colleagues or managers.
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England offers a variety of training for employers across the UK. This two day workplace course will qualify you as a Mental Health First Aider.