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Our Youth MHFA course is an internationally recognised course designed specifically for those involved with young people aged 8 to 18 years.
With a clear focus on the issues faced by young people, including bullying/cyber bullying and substance misuse, this course teaches the importance of promoting wellbeing and protective factors.
Our Youth MHFA course is split into four manageable chunks. These are:
On our Youth MHFA course, you will learn to:
What to look for and what to do to help.
Design a Mental Health Course that meets your needs
We are very proud of the amazing feedback we have received. Here's how some of our students felt about us and our courses...
Excellent trainer whose enthusiasm and knowledge for the subject shone through in this interactive and though provoking course.
The post course follow up information is brilliant Terry, it really finishes off what I believe was an excellent training day. I have received really good feedback from a number of colleagues who said they got a great deal out of the training
Very well received, very useful course which will assist in practice. The trainer was excellent and I would definitely recommend this training to others.
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We know that you and your staff will love this course. Remember, we can alter any content to suit your specific needs to ensure you get the most out of your training. If, for whatever reason, you are unhappy with the course, we will give you a full refund.
Everyone who works/lives with, teaches or cares for young people. Even young people themselves (with parental consent if u16)
In an average class of 30 15-year-old pupils:
By learning to recognise the signs and symptoms of mental ill health, you will increase your confidence in feeling able to approach, assess and assist someone who might be experiencing a mental health issue and encourage them to the support they need to recover. Early intervention can make a huge difference in recovery.
Our courses are delivered in house: We come to you!
All we need is a meeting room large enough to comfortably accomodate 16 people plus 2 trainers, access to electricity, and some tables and chairs for delegates to work on and carry out group activities and discussions.
Due to the sensitive subjects on our courses, we limit numbers to a maximum of 16 delegates.
Yes. On successful completion of the course you will be a certified Mental Health First Aider!
Certification is through Mental Health First Aid England and you will receive it in the post.
There is no additional cost for certification either.
No you don't.
What you share is entirely up to you. There are 16 people on a course, and given that 1 in 4 adults will have experienced some from of mental ill health, it is almost gauraunteed that you will not be the only one.
And it's important to stress that this course is not a councelling or therapy session.
If you want to let one of the trainers know before the session, your experience will be held in the utmost confidence.
We pride oursleves on creating a safe learning environment. We are all individuals, with a wide variety of experiences that have shaped who we are.
Absolutely. You will receive your manual to keep on the morning of day 1.
The manual has just been updated and includes almost 300 pages of information and best practice guidance.
It contains further reading and details of organisations who provide practical help, support and guidance.