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Emergency Response for Mental Health in the Workplace Level 2 Award (RQF).

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Emergency Response for Mental Health in the Workplace Level 2 Award (RQF)

  • Learn the fundamentals of mental health
  • Gain a key understanding of the legislation that supports mental health
  • Take appropriate action in the event of a mental health emergency
  • Gain valuable insight into mental health
  • Support individuals with mental health issues in your place of work
  • Progress your learning to deepen your understanding

About your Course

Mental health issues can affect anyone at any point in their lives and can range from mild anxiety to an enduring mental disorder. One in four adults experiences mental health issues so the likelihood that you will interact with someone experiencing challenges at work, is high.

Being able to support an individual experiencing difficulties can make the difference between a bad day and a breakdown.

This level 2 award in emergency response for mental health in the workplace will provide you with crucial knowledge of mental health and mental ill-health and how to identify the signs of someone struggling.

You will also learn what to do in the event of a mental health emergency and how to manage the situation safely and effectively.

Getting Started

This course will give you the skills you need to help colleagues who are experiencing mental ill-health. It will give you the skills to handle the situation with confidence, getting all concerned the help they require.

It can also serve as an introduction to the mental health field, leading to further studies.

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is the UK’s leading online course provider, meaning you can enrol and start your course on the same day!

Just log in to our industry-leading student portal and all your course material will be waiting for you. Because the course is entirely online you can always work through the material as quickly as you’d like.

You’ll also be assigned a dedicated tutor so if you have any issues during your studies, someone will be on hand to help.

The units are broken down for you here so that you can see what your qualification will include. However, the assignments you complete have been designed so that you can complete multiple tasks together where possible and you will see a different number of assignments in your personal portfolio; you will still be completing the whole qualification.

Unit 1: Mental Health Awareness

Upon completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand mental health
  • Understand the legislation that supports mental health in the UK
  • Understand different mental health conditions

Unit 2: Responding to a Mental Health Emergency

  • Understand the role and responsibilities of a mental health first aider
  • Understand what to do when first responding to a mental health emergency
  • Know how to manage a mental health emergency

After each lesson, there will be a question paper which needs to be completed and submitted to your assessor for marking.

This method of continual assessment ensures that your assessor can consistently monitor your progress and provide you with assistance throughout the course.

The approximate amount of time required to complete the course is 20 hrs.

OUR PASS RATE
Mental Health
100%
(National Average 84.7%)

Emergency Response for Mental Health in the Workplace Level 2 Award (RQF)

  • Learn the fundamentals of mental health
  • Gain a key understanding of the legislation that supports mental health
  • Take appropriate action in the event of a mental health emergency
  • Gain valuable insight into mental health
  • Support individuals with mental health issues in your place of work
  • Progress your learning to deepen your understanding

About your Course

Mental health issues can affect anyone at any point in their lives and can range from mild anxiety to an enduring mental disorder. One in four adults experiences mental health issues so the likelihood that you will interact with someone experiencing challenges at work, is high.

Being able to support an individual experiencing difficulties can make the difference between a bad day and a breakdown.

This level 2 award in emergency response for mental health in the workplace will provide you with crucial knowledge of mental health and mental ill-health and how to identify the signs of someone struggling.

You will also learn what to do in the event of a mental health emergency and how to manage the situation safely and effectively.

Getting Started

This course will give you the skills you need to help colleagues who are experiencing mental ill-health. It will give you the skills to handle the situation with confidence, getting all concerned the help they require.

It can also serve as an introduction to the mental health field, leading to further studies.

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is the UK’s leading online course provider, meaning you can enrol and start your course on the same day!

Just log in to our industry-leading student portal and all your course material will be waiting for you. Because the course is entirely online you can always work through the material as quickly as you’d like.

You’ll also be assigned a dedicated tutor so if you have any issues during your studies, someone will be on hand to help.

Mental Health
OUR PASS RATE
(National Average 84.7%)
100%

The units are broken down for you here so that you can see what your qualification will include. However, the assignments you complete have been designed so that you can complete multiple tasks together where possible and you will see a different number of assignments in your personal portfolio; you will still be completing the whole qualification.

Unit 1: Mental Health Awareness

Upon completion of this unit you will:

  • Understand mental health
  • Understand the legislation that supports mental health in the UK
  • Understand different mental health conditions

Unit 2: Responding to a Mental Health Emergency

  • Understand the role and responsibilities of a mental health first aider
  • Understand what to do when first responding to a mental health emergency
  • Know how to manage a mental health emergency

After each lesson, there will be a question paper which needs to be completed and submitted to your assessor for marking.

This method of continual assessment ensures that your assessor can consistently monitor your progress and provide you with assistance throughout the course.

The approximate amount of time required to complete the course is 20 hrs.

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