Here’s an overview of all our First Aid for Mental Health Courses
This qualification covers the content in Level 1 and 2 and then goes into more detail on a wider range of mental health conditions, and the support and help provided by healthcare professionals.
You will be able to demonstrate:
Module 1 – An introduction to the Qualification
Module 2 – What is First Aid for Mental Health?
Module 3 – Identifying mental health conditions and early signs
Module 4 – Providing support and starting a conversation
Module 5 – Stress
Module 6 – Drugs and alcohol
Module 7 – First Aid Action Plan for mental health
Module 8 – Mental health in the workplace
Module 9 – Depression
Module 10 – Anxiety
Module 11 – Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Module 12 – Self-harm
Module 13 – Suicide
Module 14 – Eating disorders
Module 15 – Personality disorders
Module 16 – Bipolar disorder
Module 17 – Psychosis
Module 18 – Schizophrenia
1-to-1 assessment conducted online via Zoom which takes up to 70 minutes
The minimum age is 16 years or over. This distance learning qualification requires a level of unsupervised learning and literacy skills be able to read and self-learn the reference manual and additional resources.
Weeks to complete
Hours of Guided Learning via Zoom, either in groups or individually
Hours (minimum) of self-study
You will benefit from
To be awarded the qualification you must successfully pass a verbal professional discussion assessment conducted online via Zoom which takes around 70 minutes. The assessment paper is a mix of multiple choice questions and open questions with short answers.
You can choose to receive either:
The qualification is valid for three years from the date of achievement.
Courses for one to six people cost £450 + VAT per individual.
If the venue is in Scotland’s central belt, the two-day on-site classroom version costs the same. Otherwise, there will be an additional charge.
One-to-One learners have four weeks from the date of purchase to contact us and schedule three 2-hour LIVE Zoom guided learning sessions and a 70-minute assessment. The sessions and assessment must be scheduled within a six-week time frame.