Throughout the year of 2020 a number of courses will be offered for residence of the the Central Region which are being financed by the Central Region Council. Therefore, only individuals who according to their ID Card reside in one of the 13 localities under the Central Region Council are eligible for this course(Attard, Balzan, Birkirkara, Gżira, Iklin, Lija, Msida, Pietà, St. Julian's, San Ġwann, Santa Venera, Sliema, Ta' Xbiex). The Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) course is most relevant in situations where educators, youth workers, managers become aware of symptoms that might indicate that a student in their classroom, a young employee or any other network is developing a mental health problem. The course consists of 14 contact learning hours which are delivered through 4 sessions of 3.5 hours each. A printed manual on Youth Mental Health First Aid will be given to all the course participants.
    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.] ; Unemployed (Persons should be registered with Jobs Plus); Inactive are those persons who are neither in employment nor are they registered unemployed. Full-time students are also considered as inactive; Inactive not in education or training are those persons who are not in employment, registering for work, and/or in education or training.
    1. Booking will be confirmed by Richmond Foundation. 2. Data given with the registration form will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2001 and the General Data Protection Act. 3. Since these courses are being offered in collaboration with the Central Region Committee, personal data including Name & Surname, ID Card and region will be disclosed with the committee for verification purposes. 4. Certificates will only be given to those participants who attend the 12 hours of training. 5. Richmond Foundation reserves the right to cancel the training course, for example if insufficient bookings are received. 6. All materials used in this training course, including the MHFA manual which course participants will receive after the course, are copyright of Richmond Foundation. None of the materials, nor any part of the MHFA manual, may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, without prior, written permission of Richmond Foundation.