Mental Health Awareness Course


Key Features

  • Wall Certificate Included
  • 3 – 4 Hours

Who is this Course most suitable for?

Do you know?

1. How to spot common signs and symptoms of common mental health conditions?
2. The societal and individual factors the can hinder recovery?
3. What influences our mental health and wellbeing?
4. How to recognise when you or someone you know is in mental distress?
5. Where to access support?
6. The ways you can improve your own resilience and wellbeing

No, then this course is for you.

Course Overview

The EFR Mental Health Awareness Course is about raising awareness of mental health issues and reducing discrimination and stigma.

Understanding how to reach out and support employees, students, neighbours, as well as the elderly and the vulnerable is more important than ever

The Mental Health Awareness course has been designed by experts with more than 50 years educational experience. All EFR Courses are instructor led, student centred and performance based with this course being designed and written in partnership with

Dr Richard Castle PhD MDA BA AFBPsS C.Psychol :  

  • Mental Health and Trauma Rehabilitation Consultant
  • Director Clinical and Compliance, Grenfell Hope Project
  • Associate, The Eleos Partnership
  • Vice President, Deptheraphy and Deptherapy Education UK
  • UK Advisor, Innovation for Wellbeing Foundation Bangladesh
  • Instructor, MHFA England


This course is delivered in ½ day ( 3 – 4 Hours)


Minimum Age: 16

Course Structure

The course includes knowledge development followed by practical exercises and scenarios to develop participants’ understanding and confidence in providing support to people experiencing mental disorders.

What you will Learn

This introductory four-hour session raises awareness of mental health. It covers:

  • What mental health is and how to challenge stigma?
  • A basic knowledge of some common mental health issues
  • The way in which stigma and discrimination can hinder recovery
  • An introduction to looking after your own mental health and maintaining wellbeing
  • Confidence to help someone in distress or who may be experiencing a mental health issue

Scheduled Course(s)

Maximum Numbers: 12 on our open courses – virtual or six on our classroom based course

This course can be ran at a time to suit you, contact us to discuss your availability as we want everyone to be Mental Health Aware.

Have a group of four or more then please contact us as we can arrange a closed course for you on dates that are mutually convenient and group pricing is available