How we've supported mental health in education

We have worked with schools across South London enrolling over 200 staff members including Heads, Deputies and Teachers onto our Level 1 Award in Mental Health Awareness (Ofqual ref: 501/0253/9)

We've taken the stress out of delivering mental health in education

Here is the process:

We will introduce and guide you through the Level Mental Health Awareness online course with Q&A at the end

To enrol onto the course learners simply create an account using their name and email address on our platform

Once learners are enrolled they can go through the course at their own pace there is no rush to complete it in one go

Each module in the course contains a summative assessment once all answers are submitted it will be assessed by us and feedback will be given accordingly

Once learners have completed the course we will deliver to them a Level 1 Award certificate in Mental Health Awareness


Choose your path and we will guide you along the way

Group Courses

Enrol yourself and a group onto our CPD and other related courses

Individual Courses

Enrol yourself onto one of our other CPD and related courses

Who can take this training?

  • Entry Requirement

    Anybody above the age of 14 can take this course

  • It's a great resource for schools, colleges and universities

    Perfect for educating, upskilling and resourcing students and staff alike. As it is a recognised qualification it adds 3 credits to higher education

  • Apprentices can take this qualification

    Apprentices can take this qualification as part of their apprenticeship training it adds 3 credits, 24 guided learning hours and 30 total qualifying hours supporting their NVQ studies

E-learning course

Some of the many benefits of taking our mental health awareness courses

  • Educate, upskill and resource

    Have the confidence to talk about mental health in a more informed supportive way

  • Knowing the key mental health issues

    Such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, dementia, bipolar and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). You'll understand the majority of people who experience mental health issues can get over them or learn to live with them, especially if they get help early on.

  • Understanding of the cultural diversity within mental health issues

    By knowing some of the barriers that exist for individuals of different cultural groups accessing mental health services, you can find ways of overcoming these barriers.

  • Awareness of how stereotyping effects and shape people’s, views, opinions and beliefs.

    By challenging the stigma, myths and misconceptions linked to mental health issues, we understand that they don't define a person or their potential in life.

  • Know the rights and support available to those with mental health difficulties

    You'll know what relevant professional support services are available and how to access them.

Make Mental Health Awareness part of your curriculum

Even before Covid, there has been significant changes to Ofsted’s approach in supporting emotional well-being and mental health in education. It’s no longer news to anybody especially during these challenging times that we have experienced a rise in mental ill-health & disorder. We have to educate, upskill and resource students, teachers and senior staff alike.

The effects on Mental Health in Education:

57% of education professionals have considered leaving due to pressures on their wellbeing
50% of all mental health problems start by the age of 14
72% of all educational professionals described themselves as stressed
75% of young people with mental health problems aren't being treated


Since Mental health is so wide ranging it can so easily be misunderstood. It’s because it’s so misunderstood that people are often reluctant to share what’s really going which can leave them feeling alone and isolated.

It’s important to recognise that when you don’t have a way of properly understanding something it’s very difficult to talk about it confidently or with any real clarity. Especially, if you’re talking about mental health in education.

So, when everyone in the community is given the opportunity to become educated, upskilled and resourced it supports in feeling more seen, more heard and more valued.

What we do...

We raise awareness and help create a common understanding that will support everyone in having a more informed conversation about mental health in a clear and empathic way.

All of our Mental Health Awareness courses offers the opportunity for everyone in the community to become educated, upskilled and resourced.

When we are on the same level we can all have conversations about mental health creating more open and supportive working, personal and social environments.

Our accreditation & partnerships

Our accredited e-learning courses set a new benchmark for design, delivery and educational excellence.