Mental Health First Aid at Work (Instructor)

This Mental Health First Aid at work course will equip learners with the knowledge and skills to identify a range of mental health presentations. The course enables learners to recognise common signs and symptoms of a developing mental health crisis in addition to the development of a mental health illness.

 The Mental Health First Aid at work course is aimed at all staff including staff who have additional responsibilities for health and safety, HR, well-being champions and first responders.

Mental Health First Aid at work Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Explain Mental Health
  • Explain why people develop mental health conditions
  • Provide advice and practical support for a person presenting with a mental health condition
  • Recognise the signs and symptoms associated with anxiety and depression
  • Recognise and manage stress
  • Develop empathic listening skills & Challenge stigma
  • Recognise and identify range mental health conditions
  • Develop a first aid action plan with useful resources
  • Implement a positive mental health culture in the workplace


Learners who complete the Mental Health First Aid at Work Instructor Course will receive a Cornerstone Training Mental Health at Work First Aid Instructor Certificate.

Time Commitment 

The course is delivered over 3 days (Zoom or Teams) or on-site if requested. In addition time should be allocated outside training to prepare for a 15 minute teach back.

Preparation of topic for 15-minute presentation.  Allow 2 hours for this preparation.

Training Cost:

Cost per individual TBC.
Group/course rate (20 participants): Group rates available upon request.

Max participants: 20