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FAA LEVEL 3 SUPERVISING FIRST AID FOR MENTAL HEALTH – Workplace

£130.00

Course closed please email [email protected] to register interest for future dates.

 

3 x 2.5 hour deliveries- 

Tuesday 1st September – 10.30-1 pm 

Thursday 3rd September – 10.30-1 pm 

and

Friday 4th September – 10:30 – 1 pm

£130 p/p inclusive of manual and certificate 

Each year approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health condition and at least 1 in 6 employees experience common mental health problems in the workplace. Research has shown that work is the biggest cause of stress which can stop people performing at their best. Mental health conditions are often hidden due to stigma and fear of discrimination and research has shown that a culture of fear and silence around mental health is costly to employers This qualification provides learners with the knowledge to recognise a range of mental health conditions, how to start a supportive conversation and when and how to signpost a person to seek appropriate professional help. Learners will know how to recognise and manage stress and understand the impact of substance abuse, the first aid action plan for mental health, be able to put it in place and know how to implement a positive mental health culture in the workplace.

This qualification is regulated in the UK and awarded by First Aid Awards (FAA). FAA are an awarding organisation regulated by Ofqual and SQA Accreditation. The qualification sits on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) and the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF)

The qualification has 7.5 assigned guided learning hours (GLH) and 10 hours total qualification time.

The qualification is assessed by a professional discussion with the Trainer/Assessor and evidenced by a recorded video call.

The learner has a maximum of 60 minutes to complete the assessment. There is no grading of the assessment; learners pass or are referred.

This qualification is available to learners aged 18 years or over. Learners must have the literacy skills to be able to read and self-learn the reference manual and additional resources.

What should learners bring to course or workshop? the learner will need access to a computer with a reasonable internet connection in order to access the distance learning resources and communicate with the Trainer/Assessor.

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