Course Finder
Choosing the course that's right for you.
  • cpd
  • mhfa-logo-largepng
Course Category: Healthcare

The Line Managers Guide to Mental Health Awareness (MHFA Accredited)

New course
Who Would Benefit

Managers who are shying away from the subject because they lack the skills and the confidence to become more engaged for fear of making matters worse or provoking legal consequences.

Course Description

This is a MHFA Accredited course


For Managers who need to be confident in supporting their team when experiencing mental ill health and want to be able to spot the signs of mental ill health. To know how to approach conversations sensitively and how they can support staff experiencing mental ill health.


CPD Points: 6 points


  • Course Category: Management & Leadership
  • Recommended No. of Days: 1 day
  • Can this course be accredited? Yes
  • Course Location: To be determined by Client

For more information contact Chris Dalzell


Tel: 0333 5777 144



Learning Outcomes
  • Confidently support employee mental health at work
  • Spot the warning signs of poor mental health within the team
  • Confidently have empathetic personal conversations
  • Offer the right support early on
  • Have the tools ,ability and confidence to have sensitive conversations
  • Intervene when needed, and signpost to the right support when needed
The Programme Includes:
  • Introduction
  • What we mean by stress and mental health problems
  • Adopting a holistic approach to managing an individual at organisational and individual basis
  • Promoting well-being
  • The value of a positive approach in the work environment
  • The recruitment process, based both on good practice and on the 2005 Disability Discrimination Act, advises managers on what to ask and what not to ask when recruiting
  • Talking at an early stage , monitoring the well-being of staff and the early steps that can be taken when an employee experiences mental health problems
  • Keeping in touch during sickness absence
  • Managing contact in a sensitive but constructive way
  • Returning to work -most people with mental health problems make a successful return to work with effective planning and monitoring of the return to work
  • Managing an ongoing illness while at work
Need to ask us a question?
Use the submission for below

You can also find us here
  • 0333 5777 144