Mental Health First Aid Training
MHFA Training in Surrey
Here at The Lucy Rayner Foundation, we are passionate about raising awareness about mental health and offer a gateway to learn more through mental health training. We are accredited by Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) to provide mental health first aid courses to schools, universities and workplaces.
MHFA provides insight and information about common mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression, shining a light on your own mental well-being. The organisation also provide guidance on how to support friends, family and colleagues who are struggling.
What is Mental Health First Aid England?
Mental Health First Aid England (MHFA) was set up to provide support and guidance around mental health in the workplace and beyond. MHFA believe that by educating people about common mental health issues, they can help prevent problems from escalating and provide signposts to help people on the road to recovery.
MHFA does not have shareholders, they are a social enterprise that reinvests all its profits into mental health services. That is why they are able to offer innovative mental health training courses to third parties such as The Lucy Rayner Foundation. As a testament to the work they have achieved, MHFA were recognised on the UK Social Enterprise Roll of Honour 2020.
Mental Health Training Courses
We currently offer two courses throughout Surrey:
Adult Mental Health First Aid Training – 2 Day Course
This course is designed to help people recognise the signs of a mental health issue, whether in a friend, colleague or family member. Educating more people about mental health issues means we can look out for one another and lend a listening ear.
If you would like us to deliver the Adult MHFA England to your company then please fill out the get in touch form below and we will get back to you regarding availability and costing as soon as possible.
Youth Mental Health First Aid Training – 2 Day Course
This course is specifically aimed at those wanting to learn how to support younger people with their mental health. Whilst mental health problems can affect anyone, factors such as peer pressure, bullying and economic uncertainty can mean a disproportionate number of younger people are left to suffer in silence. Parents, teachers and other authority figures can have a role to play in helping young people lead fulfilling lives.
If you would like us to deliver the Youth MHFA England course then please fill out the get in touch form below and we will get back to you regarding availability and costing as soon as possible.
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