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Mental Health Awareness Training

Mental Health Awareness Training Course - 1 Day

Mental health is a key topic right now. Because of recent events, many people are feeling more anxious than usual. As a result, many organisations are investing in training to make people more aware of mental health issues and to ensure an ethos that promotes good mental health.

This in-house Mental Health Awareness training is for anyone who wants a better understanding of mental health issues and how to foster a caring and productive, work-place environment.

Available as an In-House Course

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Mental Health Awareness Training Availability, Pricing and Course Dates

If you have any questions, please phone us (+44 (0)20 3856 3037) or send us a message.

Bespoke Training (In-House or Live Online)

£1,950+VAT per training day
(International Price Varies)

In-House training has been designed to provide a similar experience to our open courses, however we can tailor the content to fit your specific needs.

Plus, hotel accommodation for trainer if needed (Premier Inn type: not the Hilton!)

We are able to train in your timezone.

All our training includes:

  • A full day of quality training, delivered by an experienced trainer
  • Total of 6 CPD training hours (9am - 4.30pm), plus an additional 2-3 via post-course online independent learning
  • Full digital interactive course notes
  • Training certificate
  • Access to additional free training material after the course via our post-course portal
  • 3 months free telephone coaching: Whilst you are implementing what you have learned, if you need to, you can contact us for support and guidance

What is Mental Health Awareness Training?

Mental health awareness training is designed to show people the practical steps they can take to ensure they do not feel despondent or depressed during difficult times, and instead, maintain a steady state that we call, rational optimism.

Mental health is a product of several factors that combine to produce an effect.

These factors include: the dominating thought habits of the individual; the physical habits of the individual (diet, drugs, exercise, health habits); the working environment; the effects of work and methods of working; the social environment; the effects of other people.

This course is about how we can organise these factors to produce the positive results we want.

Contact Us Today

If you want to know more about this course, or any other Management Training Courses, or their suitability for you or a colleague, call us on +44 (0)20 3856 3037 or make an enquiry online.

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This training course was rich in information and well put together. Good course manual – very useful. The trainer’s presentation was skilful (good alternation of presentation with activities). I recommend it to all those who wish to improve thei... [Read More]
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Mental Health Awareness Training Course Overview

We start the course with a definition of what is ‘good mental health’.

We explore the factors that combine to create good mental health, and those which conspire to prevent it. The factors that combine to create (or prevent) good mental health are: thought habits, health habits, environmental factors, social pressures.

We start with the individual and what we can do to help ourselves. We discuss how mental health is fundamentally a function of how we evaluate ourselves, in relation to events. Some people evaluate themselves and events in debilitating ways. Other people evaluate themselves and events in progressive ways. We will explore both attitudes.

Then we move to the physical components of mental health. Some people have habits that destroy their brain chemistry, and others have habits that support it. We will investigate both positive and negative sets.

Then we move to the working environment. Some people are exposed to work cultures that assault the senses, whilst others work in cultures that enrich them. We will explore these different environments and the affect they have on mental health.

Then we turn to the social environment. Some people are surrounded with people who mentally abuse them. Other people surround themselves with people who are nurturing and supportive. We will look at both sets.

At the end of the training, we combine these factors together to build a personal action plan to promote good mental health.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Remove the stigma surrounding mental health in the workplace
  • Improve productivity by fostering good mental health
  • Reduce the loss of performance caused by poor mental health
  • Gain awareness of how the workplace culture affects mental health
  • Spot the warning signs of potential mental health problems
  • Avoid cultural practices that constitute mental health risk factors
  • Create a culture that promotes good health

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