Mental Health in the Workplace First Aid Level 2 six hour course is a programme aiming to raise awareness of mental health and common mental health conditions and how to support colleagues who may be struggling with their mental health.
The syllabus offers advice on how to look after your own mental health and advice on how to offer support to someone who may be experiencing mental health issues.
The Level 2 course also covers legislation around mental health, management standards, the 5 components of emotional intelligence, how to start a conversation about mental health with colleagues, reporting procedures and promoting a healthy workplace.
This course is fully accredited and you will receive a certificate valid for 3 years on successful completion.
The course is being run over two consecutive evenings, the 2nd part will be on Wednesday 20th January 2021.
The Mental Health in the Workplace First Aid Level 2 syllabus covers:
1. Understand the difference between mental health and mental ill health.
2. Describe the components of mental well-being and how it relates to resilience.
3. Understand how risk factors associated with mental ill health can lead to problems in the workplace (also relevant to school, college or within groups) .
4. Be able to recognise how mental health problems can affect day-to-day living.
5. Understand how social and cultural attitudes can lead to mental illness.
6. Understanding causes of stress and knowing how stress can stem from influences resulting from work (also relevant to school, college).
7. Be able to understand the difference between an Anxiety and a Panic attack.
8. Understand why mental health is not discussed in the workplace (also relevant to school, college or within groups).
9. Be able to recognise other types of legislation that applies to Mental Health UK.
10. Be able to understand The Management Standards Approach.
11. Be able to understand how a persons emotional intelligence enables them to manage their emotions with other people, both individually and in groups.
12. Understand the importance of having conversations about mental health and how to start them.
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