Two-Day Online Mental Health First Aid Training Access a full course over four morning sessions. Read more about our MHFA training below.


Recently, we had planned to reintroduce our face-to-face, two-day Mental Health First Aid sessions in a COVID-secure and socially distanced manner. Evolving government guidance, combined with an increase in cases, has prevented this from being viable for us.

Whilst we want to offer you access to training sessions, our first duty is to keep our potential attendees safe, whilst also ensuring the safety of our trainers. With this in mind, we have decided to offer one Adult MHFA course, and one Youth MHFA course, virtually.


These courses will be spread over four morning sessions – with training taking place from 10am – 1pm on each day.

We hope that by splitting it in this way, we will make it easier for you to access the full training over ZOOM, without it becoming overwhelming.

We appreciate that there has been an appetite for this training – so we believe that this is the best way to ensure that people can become qualified Mental Health First Aiders in a safe and accessible manner.


Each course will be valued at £150 per person (usually £300), and we will also offer an additional discount to charities and voluntary organisations, including Sports Clubs – allowing them to access this training for just £95 per person.

It is our hope that by offering these courses at a discounted rate, we will make them much more accessible to anyone who wants to learn more about mental health.

Mental Health has never been more important, so we hope that this course will provide you with the tools and the knowledge to look out for others who may be struggling during this difficult period of time.


All dates currently available for this training can be found on the booking form below.

To choose your date, simple tick which one you wish to book on to. If you wish to book a space on both Adult and Youth training, then you are welcome to select both dates from the form below.



Some courses have been subsidised thanks to funding from