Mental Health First Aid Refresher Training

Dr AJ today did his training to upskill to the new Adult MHFA refresher course. The course is for people who have previously trained as an MHFA Champion (via the one-day course) or a Mental Health First Aider (via the two-day course) and is vital for those who want to keep their skills up to date.

It is recommended that Champions and First Aiders requalify every three years. For the full programme, please click here. To book on a course, please click here.

Mental Health through the Lifespan

Brilliant conference attended by Dr AJ Yates today. Mental Health through the Lifespan, hosted by the University of Surrey, saw speakers from a wide range of backgrounds giving their views on the latest findings on different aspects of mental health from childbirth through to old age. It was wonderful to hear from such a variety of people – including service users describing their lived experience of mental health and recovery. To see the full programme, click here.

Mental Health First Aid Annual Refresher Courses Announced

MHFA England have released details of their new MHFA Annual Refresher course., stating that ” We recommend that Mental Health First Aiders and MHFA Champions attend a Refresher course each year. Just like physical first aid, updating skills and knowledge allows people to perform this vital role confidently and safely.” More information is available on the MHFA England website.

AJMH LIMITED will be running Adult MHFA Refresher Courses from 2020. For more details, please visit our Courses.

International Dog Day 2019

We’re a fan of our four-legged friends at AJMH LIMITED and appreciate the valuable role that they can play in supporting some people’s mental health. Good companionship, the encouragement to get out in nature and have a bit of exercise, a great example of unconditional love, and the epitome of non-judgemental listening! Whilst there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to mental health, dogs tick so many boxes that they deserve a bit of love and respect…