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Mental Health First Aid


Please be aware that this course runs for TWO SEPARATED days, 14th and 16th July.

Our engaging and interactive Adult MHFA course enables individuals to become a certified Adult Mental Health First Aider, and is taught across online learning modules and live learning sessions. By the end of the course you and your colleagues will have:

    • A greater understanding of mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, suicide, self-harm, psychosis and eating disorders.
    • Built confidence to approach someone who is showing signs of illness.
    • Learnt how to listen effectively to someone in distress.
    • Gained knowledge of what forms of support are available.

This course is a powerful and rewarding investment in key members of staff to ensure that moving forwards, all of your workforce can benefit from qualified team members trained to look out for their mental health needs. 



Day 1 (14th July) Session time 09:00-15:00
  • What is Mental Health First Aid and what is Mental Health?
  • Depression and Suicide
Day 2 (16th July) Session time 09:00-15:00
  • Anxiety, Self Harm, Eating Disorders
  • Psychosis and Action Planning

When: 14 Jul 2021

Duration: Two Days

Via Zoom
  • Available to:
  • Admin and Reception
  • ANP
  • Deputy Manager
  • Finance Manager
  • Health Care Assistant
  • Nurse
  • Other
  • Pharmacist
  • Physiotherapist
  • Practice/Organisation Manager
  • Paramedic
Special Notes:

This course requires FIVE HOURS of online learning from you before the first day of Zoom training and you will need to fill out a separate MHFA booking form as well in order to access this online learning.

Because of this, cancellations can only be accepted BEFORE 28th JUNE 2021 and swaps after that date will need to be able to have access to the physical course books from the original delegate, and to complete the coursework before the first session. Therefore please disregard the cancellation text  automatically generated on your booking confirmation.

Lunch & refreshments will NOT be provided


Jude Spencer

Jude is an internationally accredited Mental Health First Aid Trainer, Resilience Trainer and Consultant working for clients such as National Film and Television School, Stella McCartney and The Southbank Centre to help improve mental health awareness and empower individuals and companies to support their own and each other's mental health better.

Stuart McNicholas

Stuart McNicholas is an experienced Mental Health First Aid trainer who has designed and delivered mental health and wellbeing courses for a number of organisations. His background is in Human Resources and he has worked in several sectors, including the University of the Arts London and regional press. He first got interested in mental health when he started volunteering as a Samaritan, and he is now a listening volunteer and a member of the training team of Central London Samaritans. This led to exploring how mental health and wellbeing can be supported in the workplace and mental health first aid.