Our online course covers a wide range of different mental health issues that can affect men. You'll learn about the signs, symptoms, and triggers of poor mental health, as well as the differences in how some mental health conditions present themselves in men and women.

Subject to eligibility, our course is fully funded for everybody living in the Tees Valley region, covering Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland, and Stockton-on-Tees.

Free training for everybody living in Tees Valley

The course can be completed flexibly over the seven week duration of this course meaning it can be completed around work and home life commitments!

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We have set an ambitious challenge that will make a significant impact on the lives of those living in the Tees Valley.

This November, we want to upskill individuals and work with the amazing employers in the Tees Valley region* to enrol 60 people per week onto our Level 2 Course in Understanding Men's Mental Health in aid of Men's Health Awareness Month.

Will you join us in the battle against men's mental health issues?


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The statistics paint a concerning picture. Since 2009, the number of men experiencing suicidal thoughts has doubled. 

While there has been progress in men seeking therapy for their mental wellbeing, we must acknowledge that there is still a long journey ahead to ensure that men receive the support they need.

The Reality of Men's Mental Health

Promote Employee Wellbeing

Equip employees with the tools and knowledge to manage stress, anxiety, and other mental health challenges.

Increase awareness of the signs and symptoms of mental health conditions.

Improve Productivity

Improve productivity by overcoming barriers that mental health issues can pose.

Reduce Absenteeism

Reduce absenteeism and employee turnover.

Create a Welcoming, Safe Culture

Enhancing communication and creating a more welcoming, safe culture.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Be an EDI champion and leading employer by fostering an inclusive environment.

Three times as many men as women die by suicide.

Men are less likely to access psychological therapies than women, accounting for just 36% of NHS talking therapy referrals.

The Power of Mental Health Education

Mental health education is the key to breaking the silence, reducing stigma, and providing the necessary tools and resources for employers, individuals, and their loved ones to make a positive change.

By introducing Men's Mental Health training into workplaces, employers can become a force for good, not only in their business but in society as a whole. The course is designed to:

Raise Awareness

What You'll Learn

Globally, one man dies every 60 seconds by suicide, on average.

*Dependent on funding eligibility criteria, you can also enrol onto this course if you do not live in Tees Valley

For every individual that signs up to our course, 

We are donating £10 to If U Care Share

We have partnered with If U Care Share, a charity based in the North East, who play a vital role in supporting those bereaved by suicide. Their mission is to save lives, support communities and prevent suicide.

For every person who enrols onto our L2 Awareness of Men’s Mental Health Problems qualification, we will donate £10 from our Charity Foundation to If U Care Share*.

*Up to £3000


will pay for an information pack to be created and sent out to a bereaved family.

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2 in 5 men admit to regularly feeling worried or low

Mental Health Courses:

Awareness of Men's Mental Health Problems*

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*Upon completion of this course you will receive the 'Level 2 Certificate in 
 Awareness of Mental Health Problems' 

Mental Health First Aid and Mental Health Advocacy in the Workplace 

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Understanding Mental Health

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Understanding Children and Young People's Mental Health 

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Mental Health in the Early Years 

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Awareness Of Mental Health Problems 

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Understanding Mental Health, stress, anxiety, phobias and depression

Understanding Postnatal Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia

Understanding Dementia, Eating Disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

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