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Mental Health Awareness

Most people know that creating an inclusive and diverse workforce has many benefits for all. However, we also know that many people feel stuck for what to say or what to do when conversations or behaviours become emotive or challenging. Often, we don’t understand what is happening during these times and feel ill-equipped to help.

Mental Health Awareness training helps to change people’s perspectives of what it means to have a mental health condition, so they can draw upon that knowledge at work to foster supportive working relationships with others.


This workshop intends to broaden people’s view of what mental health is, what it means to have a mental health condition and how we can help reduce stigma in the workplace, so everyone feels included, supported and able to work well. We will also look at the factors that promote recovery and wellbeing and find ways to talk about mental distress in a sensitive way.


  • Understand the stigma that surrounds mental health in the workplace
  • Increase awareness of attitudes towards mental health and illness
  • Recognising the continuum of mental health and who is effected
  • Identifying key factors that affect mental health and wellbeing
  • Recognise and understand some of the most common signs and symptoms of mental health conditions
  • Clarifying services that are available, and considering what is helpful for people experiencing stress or mental distress
  • Acquire the confidence to deal with staff or colleagues who may be experiencing mental health problems

 Training is delivered in a relaxed and flexible manner with plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion. 


Talk (1 hour) £99 Concession | £150 Full Price

Bitesize (3.5 hours) £600 Concession | £695 Full Price

Full Day: £750 Concession | £895 Full Price


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