Scotland’s Mental Health First Aid Training Course

Scotland’s Mental Health First Aid (SMHFA) has been developed as part of a national approach to improving awareness of mental health problems in Scotland. The 2-day course will teach you to:

  • Give initial help to someone experiencing a mental health problem
  • Deal with a crisis situation or the first signs of someone developing mental ill health
  • Guide people towards appropriate self and professional help

It is aimed at, and has proved successful with, members of the general public and different professional groups including teachers, health workers, front line public sector and care sector workers.

Delivered by: Bill Murdoch, Mental Health Practitioner and/ or David Adam, Training Coordinator (both SMHFA Instructors since 2005)

Dates: 22nd and 23rd June  2017(attendance on both days is required)

Times:9.30am – 4.30pm on both days

Location: The Bothie, Allandale Gardens,Kintore, Aberdeenshire, AB51 0UT

How to Book: See attachment (booking form)

Cost: £55 p.p (general public), £65 p.p (public and voluntary sector) and £95 p.p (private sector)

Contact: David Adam,

Attachment: Flyer and Booking Form

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