As a leading provider of Mental Health First Aid, we will be hosting a free webinar where we will look at why wellbeing is important in the workplace and how to drive the culture change to bring about improved wellbeing.

Registrations are now closed, but there's still time to complete our new E-learning modules!

E-learning - NEW!

We’re releasing five new and exclusive modules just for Mental Health Awareness Week!

Adding one each day, they’ll be available until May 31st so try them out while you can and share them with your colleagues. Discover mental health ‘basics’ and ‘common misconceptions’.'

What will the mini-modules be? 

  • Introduction to Mental Health
  • Mental Illnesses
  • Mental Health Support
  • Promoting a Mentally Healthy Workplace
  • Next Steps

Having trouble logging in?

If you haven't used the e-learning site before you will need to register for an account.

This is a separate login to your normal St John Ambulance account login

If you have any problems or would like to know more about the e-learning platform then please take a look at our Online training frequently asked questions page.

Webinar resources

We'll be posting the information sheet and FAQ's from the webinars on this page shortly.

Extra resources

We've got new Mental Health resources available:

  • Managers guide: Managing wellbeing for remote workers
  • Mental Health continuum 

You can find both these resources and many more on our Mental Health Resources page

Webinar speakers

Monday 9th and Friday 13th:

Deborah Ayris

Operations Manager - Mental Health First Aid, St John Ambulance

Wednesday 11th:

Stu Payne

Digital Product Development Officer, St John Ambulance

 

CPD accredited

 

Resilience and Wellbeing courses

Resilience courses

We also offer resilience and wellbeing courses that can help empower managers and their teams to bounce back from adversity and cope with workplace pressures in a more effective way.

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Mental health blogs

We have a number of blogs that focus on mental health, written by people from all different walks of life. Why not take a look?

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Mental Health First Aid Training

Our Mental Health First Aid courses help raise awareness of mental illness, enabling people to support themselves and others to aid recovery.