Mental Health First Aid Course

1st - 10th December 2021

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is a training course which teaches delegates how to identify, understand and help someone who may be experiencing a mental health issue.

You’ll learn to recognise warning signs of mental ill health, and develop the skills and confidence to approach and support someone while keeping yourself safe.

What’s more, you’ll gain an understanding of how to support positive wellbeing and tackle stigma in the world around you.

Delegates will receive a manual, workbook and handy pocket guide once confirmed onto the course. The course is jam-packed with additional, practical resources!

Session dates and times:

Session 1- Weds 1st December 10:30-13:00

Session 2- Fri 3rd December 10:30-13:00

Session 3- Weds 8th December 10:30-13:00

Session 4- Fri 10th December 10:30-13:00

Pre course work (please note this is pre-learning and not simply pre-reading. The work needs to be successfully completed as part of the course and for you to receive your certification).

Session 1 pre work – approx. 1hr

Session 2 pre work – approx. 2 hrs

Session 3 pre work – approx. 2 hrs

Session 4 pre work – approx. 2 hrs

To register for this course, or for more information, please email

Meet the Trainer

Nadine Robson has been delivering Mental Health First Aid courses since 2013. She was first introduced to the course whilst working for the Prince’s Trust and has since trained hundreds of people from a wide range of backgrounds in the skills of being a Mental Health First Aider. She loves witnessing the shift in awareness which occurs for many delegates attending the courses and their increased confidence in having conversations about mental health, gained from having clear guidance and tools.

Nadine is a founding trustee of the MOE Foundation and is very proud of the opportunities it provides for people to develop their skills, and the connection which people feel to each other and the community through attending courses.