MHFA is an internationally recognised training course suitable for the workplace, educational settings and voluntary organisations, which teaches people:
Embedding MHFA training within any organisation or community also encourages people to talk more freely about mental health, reducing stigma and creating a more positive culture.
It is especially useful to anyone supporting vulnerable people, or those responsible for wellbeing and welfare in the workplace or youth settings.
We are a charity with over 40 years’ experience in challenging stigma around mental illness and social exclusion and supporting people to live full lives.
Our costs are very competitive, and we regularly have discounts and special offers available, especially within the public and charity sector.
Our accredited MHFA instructor, Antony Dowell, has a wide range of professional experience, bringing a high degree of insight into his courses:
We offer a range of courses including:
To find out more about our MHFA training and to discuss your requirements, please contact Antony Dowell on firstname.lastname@example.org
“Ant is enthusiastic and has the world of patience. He has a great sense of humour and is very approachable. Never undermined what anyone said, made course very enjoyable.”
“Excellent tutor, facilitated groups to voice opinions and ask questions. Learned lots of new ways to support clients with mental health issues.”
“Very informative and useful with my career but also out of my work too.”
“Very well facilitated, inclusive and engaging everyone's voice within discussions. Validated contributions as well able to bring alternative perspective that aligned to the MHFA course. Glad I attended.”