Our courses help to promote good mental health and wellbeing, increase awareness and build resilience in the workplace by increasing knowledge and understanding of mental health.

The training sessions we offer are comprehensive, interactive, and are research/evidence-based and are delivered by experienced professionals.

Why we deliver this training


Research shows:

1 in 4

1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem of some kind each year in England.

1 in 6.8

1 in 6.8 people experience mental health problems in the workplace.

11.1 per 100,000

Suicide rates are the highest they have been since 1999. It now stands at 11.1 per 100,000 people.


Poor mental health accounts for more than half of all work-related illnesses. Around 51% of long-term sick leave is due to stress, depression, or anxiety.

The training created a space that was safe to explore an emotive subject, and despite having some experience and knowledge already I definitely feel more confident going away from this training.

ASIST participant

 I really enjoyed the course, I found it informative and feel more confident in supporting people with their mental health. It was really nice and so important to have the time and space to think about these issues. It has definitely left me with lots to think about in regards to how I take my learning into my role.

Adult Mental health champion

Mental Health Awareness

This half day course raises awareness of mental health.

The training takes participants through mental health definitions, the needs of people with mental health issues and how to respond, myth busting and tackling stigma around mental ill health, plus how to look after our own mental health and wellbeing.

Mental Health Champion
(Adult or Youth)

This one day course trains you as an MHFA Champion, giving you:

An understanding of common mental health issues

Knowledge and confidence to advocate for mental health awareness

Ability to spot signs of mental ill health

Skills to support positive wellbeing

Mental Health First Aider
(Adult or Youth)

This  2 day course is ideal for individuals who would like to become an accredited Mental Health First Aid, to gain the knowledge and skills to spot signs of people experiencing poor mental health, be confident to start a conversation and signpost a person to appropriate support.

Suicide First Aid (ASIST)
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

ASIST is a two-day in-person workshop featuring powerful audiovisuals, discussions, and simulations.

You will also consider how personal and community attitudes about suicide affect someone’s openness to seek help and your ability to provide it.

This workshop will increase your willingness, confidence, and capacity to provide suicide first aid.

Suicide Awareness

Suicide Awareness is a short, half-day awareness session. Its goal is to make direct, open and honest talk about suicide easier whilst reducing the associated stigma.


In addition to our list of courses, our training team can work alongside you to develop a course to fill your organisation’s requirements. For example, resilience, workplace wellbeing and mindfulness training.

Open Access Courses

Open access training open to workplaces and individuals.

Resilience Hour

Our resilience sessions teach practical techniques that support participants to improve resilience, reduce stress and anxiety, create better sleeping patterns and improve mood.