Mental Health First Aid refresher

Mental Health First Aiders (MHFAider®) should take the MHFA Refresher course every three years to:

  • Keep their awareness of mental health support current
  • Update their knowledge of mental health and what influences it
  • Practice applying the Mental Health First Aid action plan
  • Receive access to MHFAider® Support and Benefits for three years

This is a four-hour session with a mix of presentations, discussions and activities.

What does access to MHFAider® Support and Benefits include?

  • 24/7 digital support through the MHFAider Support App®
  • A resource library of toolkits and guidance to support your MHFAiders®
    in their role
  • A signposting database through Hub Of Hope to find local and national
    mental health services for additional support
  • Secure conversation journaling to make reflective notes while protecting
    confidentiality
  • 24/7 text support services through Shout for advice and reassurance
    on a mental health conversation or to support wellbeing after a difficult
    conversation
  • Exclusive quarterly webinars to embed and broaden mental health
    knowledge
  • The benefit of joining England’s largest community of trained MHFAiders®

So, if it’s time to update your skills, book onto the MHFA Refresher now, so you'll get the tools and knowledge to continue performing the role confidently and effectively.

Cost:  £25

This training, usually £125 per delegate has been fully funded by Public Health England & Cornwall Council.  The £25 charge covers the cost of the resources.

Please book using the form below

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