Almost two-thirds of people report they have experienced mental ill-health and evidence suggests that poor mental health is responsible for almost 13% of all sickness absence days in the UK.

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About this course

Happier staff are more productive and therefore successful staff. Good mental health will benefit your organisation and how it runs which is why your employees should take this course. It will teach them everything they need to know about mental health and how to spot it to keep theirs and their colleagues on the straight and narrow, which could save you a lot of money on sick days in the long run.

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Course Outline

  • The aim of this course is to greater increase your knowledge of mental health and mental health disorders, as well as the relevant legislation.

    The key points covered in this course are:

Defining mental health
Identifying disorders
Making referrals
Supporting others
Discrimination and stigma
Treating mental health disorders
Side effects of medication

Learning Outcomes

Define the term 'mental health'
Describe how you might spot a possible mental health disorder
Make referrals
Support those with mental health disorders
Recognise discrimination and stigma
Treat mental health disorders and side effects of medication

How to Sign Up 

Book a Course

Select the right online training package via the website, by messaging us or calling.


Once everything has been booked, you will receive login details for you and your staff.

Complete Course

Complete the course you purchased in the delivery method you chose.

Become Certified

Great! Now you're certified and can download the certificates from the portal.



Dependent on delivery method, this course takes between 1-2 hours to complete and gain your certificate.

Entry & Level

There are no barriers to entry on this course. This is an awareness course, suitable for all. 


On completion of this course, either download your certificate or access at a later date online. 


This course is CPD accredited. It meets accepted Continuing Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.