Have you considered training in Mental Health First Aid?

Just like a physical first aider a professionally trained Mental Health First Aider is qualified to support someone with poor mental health in a confident, calm and professional manner.

Qualifying as a Mental Health First Aider gives you the knowledge and confidence to be there for adults in your community and workplace. Teaching you how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill health and provide help on a first aid basis.

Online training is available to ensure you have a qualified member on your team who is able to look after the wellbeing of others. Ensuring they have the knowledge to support those with common mental health issues and provides them with the skills to intervene early, to listen, reassure and respond, even in a crisis.

You can register for our next course in April 2021 through our online portal with MHFA England:


This course takes place on the afternoons of 19th, 20th, 21st and 22nd from 10am to 12noon.

Hope Health’s open online courses are facilitated by our Instructor, Nicole O’Callaghan and accredited by MHFA England. The interactive instructor led sessions are held over four afternoons, which you can access from the comfort of your own home or workplace.

Our mission is to embed a positive mental health culture into the workplace and our communities, and keep the conversation surrounding mental health flowing

Hope Health provides bespoke training sessions on over 40 subject matters including Mental Health First Aid training, which can be delivered virtually by industry leaders.

If you would like further information on Mental Health First Aid training or other bespoke sessions for your organisation, please contact Nicole O’Callaghan directly on nicole@hope-health.co.uk

Nicole O'Callaghan

MHFA Adult & Youth Instructor BA Honours Business Keynote Speaker (PTSD, Stigma, Suicide, Resilience)
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