Mental illnesses are common among youths and adults. 1 in 5 adults is faced with mental illnesses each year. Mental health first aid (MHFA) training provides you with the skill and knowledge you need to help someone experiencing mental plight and even substance-use crisis. With the mental first aid training, you will be able to recognise or identify and respond to mental health, substance use crisis and distress. 

This MHFA training also enables you to provide employees in the workplace support in the way of non-judgment conversion to pointing them towards the appropriate support or help. 

3 Days or (2 weekends)

Time: 10 am - 3 pm daily. Training frame is ergonomically friendly to make your training experience wholesome. We make learning easy and impactful.

Classes are scheduled weekly for a new batch all year round. Feel free to communicate with us and we will align you with our scheduled classes.

As an employer, the health and safety of your worker(s) is a legal duty you are obligated to fulfill. Health is more than the physical well-being of a person, it includes mental and social well-being. Most times a person with poor mental health may not realise it and even if they do, they might be hesitant to seek help or simply don't know where or who to get help from. 

There is a lot of ignorance about mental health challenges in the place of work meaning those in need of this help don't receive it. Managers, supervisors and co-workers because of their ignorance, may unconsciously show stigmatising attitude to a person(s) experiencing mental health crisis which can be deleterious to the victim. 

Additionally, organisations may attract worker's compensation claims or unpleasant incidents due to failing to respond correctly to workers with mental health crises costing the organisation precious time and other resources. 

Just as much as CPR is needed to assist a person with cardiac failure to salvage the condition, mental health first aid is imperative for anyone experiencing mental health crises and substance use disorders.

This course is the Standard mental first aid course which means that the topics in this will be covering mental health in adults exclusively.


Yes! Available to those unable to attend classroom training is the online self-study training mode and the instructor led online (Zoom) training mode options.


  • The concept of mental health and developing mental health problems; Depression, Psychosis and substance use.
  •  Suicidal thoughts and behaviour
  • Non-suicidal self-injuries (intentional self-harm)
  • Mood disorders
  • Panic attacks
  • Traumatic events
  • Aggressive behaviour
  • Mental first aid action plan

N45,000 (Classroom Training) 

N38,000 (Online Self-study Training) 

N48,000 (Instructor-led Online Training)

Course fee takes care of everything about your registration, training, instructional materials, assessment, certification, (daily lunch for classroom mode of training).

There are no specific formal requirement for this course. This course is open to everyone.