We are very happy to have started a FREE NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Mental Health First Aid & Mental Health Advocacy in the Workplace!
This course is for anyone who wants to raise their professional understanding of Mental Health First Aid and its associated care. It is ideal for any public facing role where you are interacting, advising and guiding clients. You may be working in an organisation where there is no role of Mental Health First Aider or you may be responsible for staff members or volunteers. In all cases, this course will be beneficial training for your career and the people you work with. You will learn how to identify, understand and support colleagues or clients who are experiencing a mental health issue.
“I thoroughly enjoyed studying the Understanding Mental Health First Aid course with Guy. It was very informative and I know that many others would benefit from it as well. Guy was a massive help during my time spent learning the course. He was very considerate and understanding when I needed advice because I was struggling to write the assignments. Unit 2 and Unit 3 were the most interesting topics to learn about and I am looking forward to applying that knowledge to everyday life,” says Tayla-Estelle Davis.
“I found this course useful and informative in supporting people with mental ill-health in the workplace. It made me consider the language used around mental health and the potential barriers for people in reaching out for support. It also made me consider my own mental wellbeing at work, what could potentially be triggers and stresses; and how to manage this in my day-to-day. I would recommend this course to anyone managing or working in a team to maintain staff wellbeing and have the tools available to support those experiencing stress and potential mental ill health, ” says Ollie Shotton
“Training with New Challenge is great. My chats with Guy have not only been about the course but he has also offered me invaluable advice for my own career progression. I highly recommend any training with NC.”