Online Mental Health Awareness Training Courses


What’s our Mental Health Awareness Training Course about?



Ann McCracken       

We are working with the award winning author Ann McCracken to publish a series of Courses.

The objective of the course is to help everyone understand Mental Health better and have happier effective staff.

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Course 1 Topics:

  • What is mental health
  • The fluidity of mental health. The continuum of mental health
  • The main causes triggering poor mental health in the workplace
  • Coping strategies
  • Symptoms of poor mental health
  • Managing poor mental health
  • Improving poor metal health
  • Supporting those with poor mental health
  • Wellbeing and Mindfulness explained with examples


This first Course is for everyone and the second one is for Managers, to let them understand their legal duties under the law and their responsibilities to their team with regard to mental health.


Ann’s qualifications: BSc (Hons). MSc. ARCPath. PGCE, Dip Clin Hyp, Dip Stress Mgt. Dip Coach. Cert CBT EBW Adv.  MHA FISMA

Ann’s Credentials:
Author, Scientist, Educationalist, Psychotherapist and Training Consultant
Author of The Stress Gremlins™ – Strategies for stress and ˜How to get Back your MOJO™
Motivational and Key Note Speaker on many aspects of mental health.
Accredited ISMA Trainer & Coach
Vice President and former Chair ISMAUK, (International Stress Management Association UK )

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Award placque


The award is for Ann’s latest book ‘How to get back your MOJO’

Good financial returns for investing in your staff’s mental health.

 Report that Mental Health Awareness interventions can give you an ROI of 4.2 %

A return to businesses of between £1.50 and £9 for every £1 invested

 Report that every £ spent on effective workplace mental health initiatives can generate £2.30 of benefits to the organisation (PwC, 2014).

Companies that address employee mental health and wellbeing in their 2016 annual reports enjoyed up to three times more profit. (Sona Report 2017)

Mental health statistics

77% of employees have experienced symptoms of poor mental health at some point in their lives and 29% of employees have been diagnosed with a mental health condition. 

For employers, there are a number of ways in which which poor mental health can display itself. These are: Sickness absence and Presenteeism,

An effective Mental Health Awareness campaign can radically reduce these. Using an online tool means that millions of people can be given appropriate knowledge (Training) straight away, that can help them understand and better ‘manage’ any mental health issues, affecting themselves or their colleagues.

Stevenson/Farmer Review on Mental Health in the workplace

Thriving at work The Stevenson / Farmer review of mental health and employers

See the whole Review  Click: thriving-at-work-stevenson-farmer-review

See our short 1 page Summary Click: Summary of key facts for businesses re Stevenson report