The course is designed for educators working in secondary schools who have frequent contact with young people, for example, teachers, school/college counsellors and sports coaches.

It is most relevant in situations where educators become aware of symptoms that might indicate that students in their classroom or any other network is developing a mental health problem. However, the course may also provide some useful information on how to assist a student who has a history of mental illness or longer-term mental health problems.
The course for educators consists of 14 contact learning hours which are delivered through 4 sessions of 3.5 hours each.

Eligibility:  All educators teaching at a secondary school can apply.

A printed manual on Youth Mental Health First Aid and a free mobile app including the same manual in electronic format will be given for free to all the course participants.

Dates: 20th & 22nd September 2022 between 8am to 3.30pm


Kindly register below:


    Are you a migrant, a person with a foreign background or minorities (including marginalised communities such as the Roma)?
    Employed [Persons should be working on a part-time or full-time, or on reduced hours. Persons in “subsidised” employment should also be considered as employed. Persons currently on maternity leave should also be considered as employed.]