A nationally recognised and condensed bridging qualification designed to provide you with the knowledge, skills and understanding to teach and assess the Qualsafe Awards range of Mental Health Qualifications.
Did you know that approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK are likely to experience mental health problems each year?
By becoming a Qualsafe Awards Mental Health First Aid Instructor, you can help qualify Mental Health First Aiders in the workplace, assisting them to recognise the signs and symptoms of mental health issues and giving them the knowledge, skills, and confidence to support their colleagues appropriately.
|Venue||Date||Cost (ex. VAT)|
|Remote course via Zoom||30 Sep, 2022 (Friday) **Limited Places remaining**||£122.00|
|Remote Course via Zoom||8 Dec, 2022 Thursday||£122.00|
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This 1-day course consists of a combination of learning and micro-teaching activities that translates your existing mental health first aid teaching qualification in a way that perfectly complements the Qualsafe Awards Mental Health First Aid course.
Throughout the day, you will cover a range of mental health topics, be provided with additional coaching that reinforces your understanding of the subjects covered and have the opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge.
You will be assessed with a multiple-choice exam to test your knowledge, and through a micro-teaching session where you will deliver part of the Qualsafe Awards Mental Health First Aid course to your peers.
Feedback will be provided from your fellow learners and your tutor based on your performance, and you will be expected to deliver feedback to your peers in return.
*Micro-teaching is an activity where learners prepare and deliver a short teaching and learning session to their peers and then evaluate their practice.
Things to consider before applying
Before applying for this course, please ensure you meet the following criteria:
- You must be at least 18 years old on the first day of training
- You must hold a regulated teaching/training qualification with evidence of demonstrating current teaching and training practice within the last 3 years.
- You must have an instructing mental health qualification through another awarding organisation or training provider.
To find out more about our entry requirements, please don’t hesitate to email us on email@example.com or by calling 0330 660 0899.
Upon confirming your place on a mental health first aid course you will be sent a **FREE** learner pack which will include this complimentary course guide, workbook, and manual.
Not only will this book provide you with invaluable support, including interactive exercises, whilst in the classroom but it can also be used upon completing your course as a toolkit that will guide you in wide-ranging contexts where mental health and wellbeing support is required.