Our two day course qualifies you as an Armed Forces Mental Health First Aider.
Armed Forces Mental Health First Aiders have:
An in depth understanding of mental health and the factors that affect wellbeing for the armed forces community
Practical skills to spot the triggers and signs of mental health issues
Confidence to step in, reassure and support a person in distress
Enhanced interpersonal skills such as non-judgemental listening
Knowledge to help someone recover their health by guiding them to further support - whether that’s self-help resources, through the MOD, the NHS, support charities, or a mix
We value this course at £300 per person.
Costs may vary depending on location and instructor – contact the instructor for more information by clicking on a course below.
We limit numbers to 16 people per course so that the instructor can keep people safe and supported while they learn.
Places on the course are restricted to serving and ex-serving personnel, their family members, and support services who work with the armed forces community.
Learning takes place across four manageable sessions. Through a mix of group activities, presentations and discussions, each session is built around an MHFA action plan.
You will get a manual to keep and refer to whenever you need it. When you complete the two days you'll get a certificate to say you are an Armed Forces Mental Health First Aider.