This document is for Mental Health First Aiders and outlines what to expect from this role, what support you will need from your employer if you are a Mental Health First Aider for your workplace and how MHFA England can support you.
This guide for employers will take you through the key considerations to help you embed positive, longterm cultural and behavioural change.
All you need to know about MHFA England training courses for your organisation
Guidance and advice for employers on how to support employees experiencing mental health issues and create a mentally healthy workplace.
Infographic showing the results of the MENTOR study into Mental Health First Aid in the workplace
Summary of the MENTOR study into Mental Health First Aid in the workplace
A poster to display who your Mental Health First Aiders are and how to contact them.
A poster to display the contact details of your Mental Health First Aiders.
A simple poster to display the contact details of your Mental Health First Aiders.
Wall poster produced in partnership with Action for Happiness
A text-only version of the 10 Keys to Happier Living poster
Many organisations choose to train an employee as an MHFA instructor who can then deliver courses in-house. This guidance document covers considerations such as who to put forward for training, how to support them, and how to measure their impact.
Our goal is to train 1 in 10 people in MHFA skills
Around 10 million adults will experience a mental health issue each year
A mentally healthy organisation is good for business
Facts about workplace mental health in different industries to download and share on social media
Mental health is often misunderstood in the workplace
Mental Health First Aid is just as important as physical first aid
We’re campaigning for Mental Health First Aid for all
Mandy Love, Partner at EY, discusses how Mental Health First Aid skills benefit in her organisation.
Steve Fennell, Operations Manager at Lendlease, talks about how he uses his Mental Health First Aid training at work.
Slide deck on the business reasons for investing in employee mental health. You can adapt this with statistics from your own industry and use it to engage leaders at your workplace.
Tips for measuring the impact of your workplace wellbeing strategy and initiatives
Filled with tips, links and downloadable resources to help guide your business through creating a whole organisation approach to mental health.
We believe the most effective way to create a healthy working environment is to train people in mental health awareness and skills at a blend of levels throughout your organisation.
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