Mental Health at Work

Mental Health at Work - half day, 1 day, 2 days

Mental Health Awareness courses (3hrs, 1day, 3days)
Mental Health at Work

Mental Health at Work
QNUK Level 2 Award (RQF)

Cost 2 days: £100+vat; £120 inc vat;
Cost 1 day: £75+vat; £90 inc vat;
Cost half day: £55+vat; £66 inc vat;


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Individuals or group booking: please call or email to enquire.
020 8133 8552;
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Mental Health Awareness-half day:

QNUK Level 1 Award (RQF)
On completion of the training, successful candidates should be able to:
  1. Be aware of common mental health disorders, in relation to
    1. Defining the terms mental health and mental ill heath
    2. The impacts of poor mental health on an individual
    3. Common mental health issues
    4. Ways to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues
  2. Know how to recognise the causes and impact of stress, in relation to
    1. Defining the term stress
    2. Factors that increase the risk of stress in an individual
    3. The potential signs of an individual with stress
    4. The potential impact of stress on an individual
  3. Know how to recognise the causes and impact of common mental health conditions, in relation to
    1. Different mental health conditions
    2. Factors that increase the risk of mental health conditions in an individual
    3. The potential signs of an individual with a mental health condition
    4. The potential impact of common mental health conditions on an individual
  4. Know how to recognise the causes and impact of common mental health conditions, in relation to
    1. Different mental health conditions
    2. Factors that increase the risk of mental health conditions in an individual
    3. The potential signs of an individual with a mental health condition
    4. The potential impact of common mental health conditions on an individual
  5. Understand how individuals may use harmful strategies to cope with a mental health disorder, in relation to
    1. Know different ways to manage their own mental wellbeing, in relation to
    2. Ways to improve mental health and well being
    3. Factors related to effective mental health conversations
    4. An approach to take when supporting individuals with a mental health issue



Mental Health at Work-one day:

QNUK Level 2 Award (RQF)
On completion of the training, successful candidates should be able to:
  1. Be aware of common mental health disorders, in relation to
    1. Defining the terms mental health and mental ill heath
    2. The impacts of poor mental health on an individual
    3. Common mental health issues
    4. Ways to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues
  2. Know how to recognise the causes and impact of stress, in relation to
    1. Defining the term stress
    2. Factors that increase the risk of stress in an individual
    3. The potential signs of an individual with stress
    4. The potential impact of stress on an individual
  3. Know how to recognise the causes and impact of common mental health conditions, in relation to
    1. Different mental health conditions
    2. Factors that increase the risk of mental health conditions in an individual
    3. The potential signs of an individual with a mental health condition
    4. The potential impact of common mental health conditions on an individual
  4. Know how to recognise the causes and impact of common mental health conditions, in relation to
    1. Different mental health conditions
    2. Factors that increase the risk of mental health conditions in an individual
    3. The potential signs of an individual with a mental health condition
    4. The potential impact of common mental health conditions on an individual
  5. Understand how individuals may use harmful strategies to cope with a mental health disorder, in relation to
    1. Identifying common harmful coping strategies
    2. How substances are misused
    3. Defining the term eating disorder
    4. How individuals may self-harm
    5. The potential signs of an individual who uses harmful coping strategies.
  6. Know how to support an individual with a mental health issue, in relation to
    1. Ways to improve mental health and well being
    2. Sources of information and support for mental health issues
    3. Factors related to effective mental health conversations
    4. An approach to take when supporting individuals with a mental health issue



Mental Health at Work-2 days:

QNUK Level 3 Award (RQF)
On completion of the training, successful candidates should be able to:
  1. Be aware of common mental health disorders, in relation to
    1. Defining the terms mental health and mental ill heath
    2. The impacts of poor mental health on an individual
    3. Common mental health issues
    4. Ways to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues
  2. Know how to recognise the causes and impact of stress, in relation to
    1. Defining the term stress
    2. Factors that increase the risk of stress in an individual
    3. The potential signs of an individual with stress
    4. The potential impact of stress on an individual
  3. Know how to recognise the causes and impact of common mental health conditions, in relation to
    1. Different mental health conditions
    2. Factors that increase the risk of mental health conditions in an individual
    3. The potential signs of an individual with a mental health condition
    4. The potential impact of common mental health conditions on an individual
    5. Organisations where individuals with a personality disorder can be referred to
  4. Know how to recognise and support individuals with Psychosis, in relation to
    1. Defining the term psychosis
    2. Factors that increase the risk of an individual developing psychosis
    3. Ways to identify an individual who has psychosis
    4. Organisations where individuals with psychosis can be referred to
  5. Understand how individuals may use harmful strategies to cope with a mental health disorder, in relation to
    1. Identifying common harmful coping strategies
    2. How substances are misused
    3. How substances are misused
    4. How individuals may self-harm
    5. The potential signs of an individual who uses harmful coping strategies.
    6. Organisations where individuals who use harmful coping strategies can be referred to
  6. Know how to recognise and support an individual in suicidal crisis, in relation to
    1. Factors that increase the risk of suicide
    2. Warning signs for someone who is suicidal
    3. ways to support an individual in suicidal crisis
  7. Know how to support an individual with a mental health issue, in relation to
    1. Ways to improve mental health and well being
    2. Demonstrating an approach to take when supporting individuals with a mental health issue
    3. Actively listen to an individual having a mental health conversation
    4. Being responsive to an individual following a mental health conversation
  8. Know the legal requirements for managing mental health in a workplace, in relation to
    1. Impacts of poor mental health on the individual, others and the organisation
    2. Key legislation, regulations and codes of practice related to mental health in the workplace
    3. Employee's and employer's responsibilities in relation to mental health in the workplace
    4. Actions an employer can take to improve mental well-being within the workplace





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