Mental health training is one of our key ways of changing the experience of people affected by poor mental health in this country. We aim to enable people to feel more comfortable and confident to talk about mental health and know more about how to respond when problems arise.

Our training courses are designed to improve the lives of people affected by mental illness. We do this by drawing upon the understanding and expertise gained from supporting people living with mental illness, for over 40 years, and utilising a range of techniques to appeal to different learning styles.

After attending one of our training sessions you will leave with an increased understanding of mental health and mental illness, and a range of skills and tools you can use, both in the workplace and in everyday life.

Our training & Covid-19

We believe that in these new and challenging times it is more important than ever that we talk about our mental health and wellbeing.  For many of us, our ways of working have suddenly changed, and we are facing new pressures. This makes it particularly unfortunate that due to the social distancing guidance and efforts to keep everyone safe, we are currently unable to deliver our face-to-face training as we usually do. However, we are pleased to announce that we have now converted our training courses for remote delivery.

Our online sessions are facilitated by one of our expert trainers, who bring the content to life with engaging and interactive online elements. All you need is a computer, internet access, audio and camera enabled and a quiet room.

Find out more about our online training for employers and for individuals

You can also read up to date information and top tips for managing mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19 in our specialist information hub.

Download our remote training brochure


Training for the Workforce

Our workplace training equips your employees with the knowledge and skills to actively support colleagues and direct reports in relation to mental health within the workplace.

  • Due to COVID-19, all our workplace training is now being delivered online.
  • Each course can run with a maximum of 20 participants (the bite sized sessions - can accommodate larger audiences).
  • Each participant will need access to a computer which has sound capabilities (i.e. to hear us), and can see us, a good internet connection and, if possible, a quiet space.

More information about the courses we offer are below. Contact us if you would like to discuss your training needs by emailing or by calling 0207 840 3069.

Half day courses

Bite sized sessions

Training for Individuals

Our training courses equip you with the knowledge and skills to better understand mental health and mental illness, to have good quality conversations with your friends, family members or work colleagues about mental health and to feel more confident supporting others who may be experiencing poor mental health, particularly in the workplace.

If you live, work, study or volunteer in the London Boroughs of Camden or Islington, you can access our training for free. For more information about the courses that are available and when, visit our dedicated Camden & Islington pages.

If you don’t live, work, study or volunteer in the London Boroughs of Camden or Islington, you can still book on to one of our online courses. You will need a computer which has sound capabilities (i.e. to hear us), and can see us, a good internet connection and ideally a quiet space.

Our upcoming courses are listed below. For more information about each course, including what you will learn, click ‘book’.  

Course title

Date and time



Booking link

Adult Mental Health First Aid

7,8,9,10 December



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See terms and conditions for our online courses


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