These organisations are accredited to provide the standard adult two-day Mental Health First Aid workshop.

Many people know that first aid knowledge is particularly helpful to victims in the event of accidents, mishaps, and occurrences during workplace or in the case of some accident is encouraged. Mental Health First Aid is a mental health literacy programme designed to train participants how to assist people who are experiencing mental health distress, developing a mental illness, or are in a mental health crisis, when to intervene, and how to best support them.

There are several organisations in New Zealand currently delivering the standard adult two-day Mental Health First Aid workshops. Courses are delivered by an Accredited Mental Health First Aid Instructor. The following organisations are accredited to deliver MHFA courses. Get in touch to find a course to attend suits your individual or organisational needs.

Please note, Te Pou is unable to dictate programme fees. Individuals providers are free to determine their own fee for participants to attend their workshop.

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