Mental Health Awareness in the workplace

Level 2 Mental Awareness Training course we will cover the following subjects:

Meaning of Mental Health and Mental Ill Health – The Components of Mental Well-being

Risk Factors Associated with Mental Ill-health Problems – Examples of Mental Health Problems

How Mental Health Problems Affect Day-to-Day Living

Social and Cultural Attitudes to Mental Illness – Mental Health and Discrimination

Stereotyping in Mental Health – Impact of Stigma in Mental Ill Health – Causes of Stress

Signs and Symptoms of Useful and Harmful Stress – Managing Stress

Difference between Anxiety and Panic attack – When is Anxiety a Mental Health Problem?

Signs and Symptoms of Anxiety – Depression – Symptoms of Depression and Causes

Managing Depression Mental Health in the Workplace

Why is Mental Health not Discussed at Work?

What Legislation applies to Mental Health in the UK? – What are The Management Standards?

The Six Stressor Areas in the Workplace – Employers Duty of Care

Obligations in the Workplace – Removing Stigma in the Workplace

The 5 Components of Emotional Intelligence – Recognising Changes in an Employee

Recognising own Changes as an Employee – How Do Those Changes Affect the Workplace?

Difficulty in Disclosing Mental Health

Starting a Discussion and Advice to Help with a Discussion    Advice for Manager/Employer Offering Support

Absence Due to (Mental) Illness – Supporting People to Stay at or Return to Work

Promoting a Healthy Workplace – Five Steps to Mental Wellbeing

Understanding Mental Health – Recognising and discussing different mental ill  Health Problems – Mental Health and legislation

Understanding responsibilities in the workplace under mental health

Recognising a problem – Supporting an employee with mental health related problems promoting a healthy workplace

The content of this and all our courses has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines and come with a Certified CPD Statement as well as a ProTrainings Certificate and for online courses an Evidence Based Learning statement.

Level 3 Mental Awareness Training course we will cover the following subjects:

Meaning of Mental Health and Mental Ill Health – The Components of Mental Well-being

Risk Factors Associated with Mental Ill-health problems – Examples of Mental Health Problems

How Mental Health Problems Affect Day-to-Day Living   Social and Cultural Attitudes to Mental Illness – Mental Health and Discrimination

Stereotyping in Mental Health – Media and Mental Illness – Impact of Stigma in Mental Ill Health

Causes of Stress – Signs and Symptoms of Useful Stress  Signs and Symptoms of Harmful Stress Managing Stress – Understanding Anxiety

Difference between Anxiety and Panic attack – When is Anxiety a Mental Health Problem?

Signs and Symptoms of Anxiety – Different Types of Anxiety Disorder – Managing Anxiety

Treatment for Anxiety – Phobias and Agoraphobia – Specific or Simple Phobia

Managing Phobias – Possible Treatments for Phobias – Depression – Bipolar Disorder

Schizophrenia – Obsessive-compulsive Disorder (OCD) – Eating disorders – PTSD

Personality disorders – Postnatal Depression – Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D)

Mental Health and the Workplace – Why is Mental Health not Discussed at Work?    What Legislation applies to Mental Health in the UK? – The Equality Act 2010

The Mental Health Act (MHA) 1983 – Mental Capacity Act (MCA)2005   The Management Standards – Steering Groups – Gathering Data

Evaluating Risks and Taking Action – Focus Groups – Developing an Action Plan

Monitor and Evaluate – Duty of Care – Obligations in the Workplace    Removing Stigma in the Workplace – Emotional Intelligence

Recognising Changes in an Employee – How Do those Changes Affect the Workplace?

Difficulty in Disclosing Mental Health – Advice to Help with a Discussion

Advice for Manager/Employer – Offering Support – Absence Due to (Mental) Illness

Supporting People to Stay at or Return to Work – Introducing the Wellness Action Plan

Promoting a Healthy Workplace – Five Steps to Mental Wellbeing more.

The content of this and all our courses has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines and come with a Certified CPD Statement as well as a ProTrainings Certificate and for online courses an Evidence Based Learning statement.

All our training ProTrainings courses meet the high standards expected by Skills for Care, in addition to meeting and following the guidelines set out by the HSE.

Mentyal Health Awareness Training Courses