This awareness and skills training course explores ways on being mindful of your own wellbeing and will teach you how to spot the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues in order to provide initial support and help on a first aid basis. This session will equip you with skills to guide a person towards appropriate professional help and will also help you develop an understanding of how you can create and maintain a healthier community.
At the end of this one day program, participants will have covered:
• What Is Mental Health
• Relationship of Mental Health Conditions to Stress
• Common Mental Health Conditions – Depression and Anxiety
Sunday 27th January 2019
Al Zahra Centre | 81 Fearnley Street | Watford | WD18 0RB | United Kingdom
This session will be delivered by Maria Pattinson, a quality assured instructor, who has attended Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Instructor Training Programme accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health.
This session is open to individuals who are 18 years and over and work closely with the community.
Please note participants have to commit to attending from start to finish. We will start at 9:30AM and aim to finish by 6:30 PM. This program is non-residential.
All meals and course materials will be provided. MHFA workbook and manual will be provided. Participants will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course.
Early applications are encouraged as there is a limited number of participants that will be accepted on a first come first serve basis.
To apply, please complete the booking form by clicking here.
The deadline for applying is 20th January 2019.
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