Onsite Mental Health Training

For 10 employees or over, we can come to your premises and hold our courses for you.

Designed for managers and employees

Onsite courses designed to train your managers and employees

We understand the impact of having several staff out of the office at any given time which is why we support businesses by running our courses at their offices. 

Courses for Managers to support their teams

Our two-day course is designed for both upper and middle management to understand the signs of mental illness, and to give them the confidence to step in and support their colleagues when needed. 

Courses for all employees to promote a healthy work environment

Our one-day and half-day course is designed for all employees in the business. It is a key course that is popular for us to help employees address mental health amongst each other and themselves. This course is typically run in sessions depending on the size of the business, to include all types of employees; from offices to manufacturing.

Two-Day Course

Adult Mental Health First Aid Two-Day Course

Developed by MHFA England, this two-day course qualifies delegates as mental health first aiders. Delegates will get a deep understanding of what mental health is and what factors can affect wellbeing. The course teaches delegates practical skills to spot the signs of mental illness and gives them the confidence to step in and support a person who needs assistance.

Who should attend?

This two day Mental Health in the Workplace course is ideal for those who need further training and is ideal for managers.  The topics covered include understanding mental health, how to recognise mental ill health problems and supporting an employee with mental health related problems.

This course is a 12 hour course and is delivered over two days at your workplace

Course Contents

What is mental health and ill health

Causes of stress
Mental wellbeing Stress at work
Resilience Anxiety
Maximising Mental well being Depression
Risk factors for mental ill health Phobias
Mental ill health and everyday living Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
Stereotyping in mental health Bipolar Disorder
Promoting a healthy workplace Schizophrenia
Duty of care in the workplace Obsessive – Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Obligations in the workplace Eating Disorders
The Management Standards Approach PTSD
Wellness Action Plans Emotional intelligence
Difficulty in disclosing mental health Supporting staff to stay at work or return
Mental health and discrimination Mental health legislation
I have just completed the 2 day mental health first aid course and it was brilliant! some amazing people and a very interesting course. I would recommend this course to anyone looking to expand their knowledge of mental health and develop the skills to support others as well. Thank you Teresa for a great course (and Jim of course).
Zoe Powers

I have done the half day course and the 2 day. both were excellent. I would recommend either to anyone. Mental health is often overlooked and within the sessions you learn how it affects not just yourself, but everybody else.

Teresa as an instructor is warm, friendly and creates a safe space for all to share experiences.

Great course.

Michael Cartwright

I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to attend a 2 day course through my work – Access to Business. I found the experience of the trainer – Teresa – to be excellent and well explained. The course has helped me, not just with clients but also with my own issues. I would thoroughly recommend that you attend this course for added piece of mind and confidence to help others.

DH Wolverhampton

Access To Business

One-Day Course

Adult Mental Health Champion One-Day Course

Developed by MHFA England, this one-day course qualifies delegates as mental health first aid champions. Employees will gain an understanding of common mental health illnesses and be given the confidence to promote mental health awareness. The course gives employess the ability to spot signs of mental ill health and the skills to support positive wellbeing for themselves and others.

Who should attend?

This course is ideal for all employees to give them a better understanding of mental health in the workplace.  Including being able to understand the difference between mental health and ill health.  To understand risk factors and mental health problems can affect day to day living.  To understand causes of stress and understand different types of mental health including anxiety, phobias and depression.  Understanding what the law requires and supporting staff to stay and return to work.

This course is a 6 hour course and is delivered over one day at your workplace.

Course Contents

What is mental health and ill health Causes of stress
Mental wellbeing Stress at work
Resilience Anxiety
Maximising Mental well being Depression
Risk factors for mental ill health Mental health legislation
Mental ill health and everyday living Recognising changes in someone
Stereotyping in mental health Difficulty in disclosing mental health
Promoting a healthy workplace Starting a discussion
Duty of care in the workplace Emotional intelligence
Obligations in the workplace Supporting staff to stay at work or return
Theresa is a lovely lady, knowledgeable and caring and very experienced in this field. Would recommend without hesitation.
Andi Blynn

Very enjoyable course and very well presented by our trainer.

Keith Fitzsimons

Half-Day Course

Adult Mental Health Awareness Half-Day Course

Developed by MHFA England, this one-day course qualifies delegates as mental health first aid champions. Delegates will gain an understanding of common mental health illnesses and be given the confidence to promote mental health awareness. The course gives delegates the ability to spot signs of mental ill health and the skills to support positive wellbeing for themselves and others.

Who should attend?

This course is ideal for all employees to give them a basic awareness of mental health in the workplace.  Including being able to understand the difference between mental health and ill health.  To understand risk factors and mental health problems can affect day to day living.  To understand causes of stress and understand different types of mental health including anxiety, phobias and depression.

This course is a 3 hour course and is delivered over one day at your workplace.

Course Contents

What is mental health and ill health Causes of stress
Mental wellbeing Stress at work
Resilience Anxiety
Maximising Mental well being Depression
Risk factors for mental ill health Mental health legislation
Mental ill health and everyday living Recognising changes in someone
Stereotyping in mental health Difficulty in disclosing mental health
Promoting a healthy workplace Starting a discussion

I was given the opportunity to attend the Mental Health First Aid course at Access To Business and found it to be a very rewarding experience. It has given me the confidence to talk to people who may have mental health issues. I am now considered to be someone who can advise only regarding first response. The course was very informative and had just the right amount of information to enable me to have a working knowledge of mental health issues. The trainer was especially good and went at the right pace.

Roz Roberts

**Please be aware that these course focuses on employees in the workplace and covers subjects that some people may find distressing, including suicide and self-harm. If a delegate feels overwhelmed they can leave the course at any time.

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Courses of interest*

Our mental health first aid courses are for businesses and individuals throughout the West Midlands, including but not limited to: Wolverhampton, Dudley, Walsall, Telford, Birmingham, Solihull, Shropshire. We hold our courses in Wolverhampton which can be easily accessed by train, bus or car.

Contact Us

71 Tempest Street, Wolverhampton, WV2 1AA

07308 139 930