Keeping your skills current

After your course

We hope you enjoyed your course. Your discount code can be redeemed against any of our classroom courses including Animal courses and Physical First Aid courses.

You can now download your digital badge to use as part of your email footer or stationary. We have also included some videos to share below.

On this page you will also see any additional resources shared during the training session. If we have missed anything mentioned please get in touch.

Your MHFA England certificate can be used as evidence required by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) in line with your industry specific guidelines. If you require a replacement for any reason let us know.

Remember, its your responsibility to keep your skills current. Its our responsibility to support your endeavours.

Being a Mental Health First Aider

This document is for Mental Health First Aiders and outlines, what to expect from this role and what support you will need from your employer if you are an MHFAider for your workplace.

A Whole Organisation Approach to Young People’s Mental Health

Here you will find a practical framework to support the mental health and wellbeing of the young people you work with.

Implementing Mental Health Aid into your organisation

A guide for employers. The only effective, sustainable approach to employee wellbeing involves the whole organisation.

Download the Line Managers Resource (for a hard copy please get in touch)

One-stop resource with legislation, HSE management standards and templates in support of appropriately managing a mental health issue in the work place.

HSE Management standards: A step-by-step workbook

Tackling work-related stress using the Management Standards approach.

Fact sheet: Mental ill health in LGBT + and BAME communities

MHFA England’s courses now include statistics on the mental health of LGBT+ and BAME communities to highlight the different rates of mental ill health among these communities.

Armed Forces Mental Health First Aid Two Day: Full references for statistics from the classroom course

An easy guide for people to refer to for the latest statistics. It will be revised in line with updates to slide decks as
key reports are released.

Higher Education one day Mental Health First Aid One Day: Full references for statistics

An easy guide for HE course delegates cited in the course to refer to for the latest statistics. It will be revised in line with updates as they come out.

Mental Health first aider digital badge (White)

Download for use on your stationary, e mail signature, or website. Only available for delegates who have completed the MHFA England course.

Mental Health first aider digital badge (small)

Download for use on your stationary, e mail signature, or website. Only available for delegates who have completed the MHFA England course.

Mental Health first aider digital badge (colour)

Download for use on your stationary, e mail signature, or website. Only available for delegates who have completed the MHFA England course.

10 reasons for Employers to invest in Menatal Health First Aid

If you require more clout, please get in touch.

Bryony Gordon's Mad World Podcast (all episodes worth a listen)

Link below is the James Rhodes episode which includes self-harm (15 minutes in) alcoholism, mindfulness, drug addiction, suicide and a myriad of other issues. PLEASE NOTE THE STRONG CAUTION ADVISED.

Bryony Gordon's Mad World Podcast - Stephen Fry

Another favourite, with a really articulate insight into bi-polar disorder. Our past mental health first aiders have also recommended the Frank Bruno and Prince Harry episodes.

Toolbox talk and resources for "Building" mental health

Building Mental Health (BMH) is a Framework, borne out of a cross industry volunteer group created with contributions from clients, contractors, specialist sub-contractors, designers, trade associations, trade unions, regulators, training bodies.

Park Street book recommendations

This resource is a work in progress. We have included audible links. Come back soon for the latest additions.

Videos

Please share these with your colleague's and friends

#thisisme

PwC people share their mental health stories