Our highly skilled and experienced staff provide a range of training for employers, human resources professionals, service providers, service users, carers and the general public.
Contact us to discuss your training needs and interests.
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training
MHFA is the help given to someone experiencing a mental health problem before professional assistance is obtained. Restore’s nationally accredited MHFA trainers deliver courses that provide vital skills for staff who have line management responsibilities or are in regular contact with the public. Participants who complete the course receive the MHFA Certificate.
The aims of MHFA
- To preserve life where a person may be a danger to themselves or others.
- To provide comfort to a person experiencing a mental health problem.
- To provide help that may prevent mental health problems becoming worse.
- To promote the recovery of good mental health.
Who attends MHFA training?
MHFA teaches people how to recognise the symptoms of mental health problems, how to provide initial help and how to guide a person towards appropriate professional help.
MHFA is for you if:
- You are responsible for staff.
- You interact with the public in your job.
- You want to improve your knowledge and understanding of mental health issues.
Open access training
The 12-hour MHFA course is delivered over two days at our Main Office in Oxford. The cost is £200 per participant. A 10% discount is available for block bookings of three or more participants. Subsidised places may be available for eligible participants.
We provide dedicated MHFA courses for companies, organisations and community groups. The 12-hour course can be delivered over two days or as four, three-hour modules. The cost is £1500 plus expenses and we can accommodate up to 16 participants.