Mental Health in the Workplace Level 3 Instructor (VTQ)
Become a ProTrainings Instructor for with the skills to teach our Mental Health Courses.
This course is designed to teach ProTrainings instructors on how to deliver the ProTrainings Mental Health in the Workplace Course. The course is delivered over two consecutive days and there is pre-study 9this course) which must be completed before attending the classroom training.
There is a high demand for this type of training in the workplace. The topics covered include understanding mental health, how to recognise mental ill health problems and supporting an employee with mental health-related problems.
ProTrainings are one of the few Skills for Care centres of Excellence where we passed stringent checks to prove our commitment to high-quality training and compliance. We are also able to offer Skills for Care Endorsed qualifications for our classroom and video online training courses ensuring you have an acceptable certificate to prove your compliance. This means that our training meets the high standards expected by Skills for Care.
This ProTrainings Qualification is also endorsed by TQUK, who are an Awarding Organisation regulated by Ofqual. This gives an extra level of appreciation on this ProTrainings qualification. You can buy an endorsed certificate if you need one, once you pass the course. You do not have to buy this extra certificate and the course is the same whichever option you choose.
- Pre-study questions
- Case study presentation
- Continual Assessment
- Final test
- IQA assessment on the first course delivered (various methods depending on your course progress)
What is Included in your course
Pre-study 2-day classroom training
Level 3 Award in Education and Training Delegates must be aged 18 or over ProTrainings registered Instructor
The content of this and all our courses has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines and come with a Certified CPD Statement as well as a ProTrainings Certificate and for online courses an Evidence Based Learning statement.
MENTAL HEALTH IN THE WORKPLACE LEVEL 3 INSTRUCTOR (VTQ) AT A GLANCE
- 3-year nationally recognised certificate
- 2 hours and 50 minutes of engaging video training
- Video access for 8 months
- Printable wall certificate
- CPD time credit conformation
- Includes manual & other downloads
- Free weekly video refresher
- Evidence Based Training certificate
- Videos include subtitles
- Instructors who want to add Mental Health training to their portfolio
This course comes with 5.0 hrs (16.0 class) of CPD, although the time to complete the course online may be less than this. Total course time includes 2 hours and 50 minutes of video training as well as knowledge reviews, final test, remedial help and reviewing downloaded material.
|Learning Outcomes (LO)
The learner will:
|UNIT - 1|
|Understand the difference between mental health and mental ill health||LO1|
|Understanding mental health and how it is defined||1.1|
|Describe how mental health affects human behaviour||1.2|
|List abnormalities resulting from mental health||1.3|
|Describe the components of mental well-being||LO2|
|Be able to provide examples of well-being||2.1|
|Recognise ideals that relate to resilience||2.2|
|Understand how to maximise well-being in the workplace||2.3|
|Identify the risk factors associated with mental ill health problems||LO3|
|List risk factors that are caused from mental health||3.1|
|Be able to identify common, known or historical factors that can cause the risk of mental health||3.2|
|Describe examples of mental health problems||LO4|
|Recognise how mental health can lead to other known character traits||4.1|
|Be able to understand how mental health problems can affect normality from one day to another||4.2|
|Complete the ’Extreme effects of Mental Health problems on day to day living’ handout||4.3|
|Understand social and cultural attitudes to mental illness||LO5|
|Recognise how stigma and discrimination can lead to overwhelming influences on individuals, communities and societies||5.1|
|Understand how stereotyping can lead to prejudice, discrimination and inequality||5.2|
|Be able to understand the Equality Act 2010 and its relevance to mental health||5.3|
|Recognise how media is involved in mental ill health||LO6|
|Identify different types of media sources and how they can influence the perception of mental health||6.1|
|Complete exerts from a newspaper article and highlight areas that may account for negative portrayal of mental ill health||6.2|
|Understand the impact of stigma in mental ill health||6.3|
|Define what is meant by the term stress and explain how it affects people||LO7|