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Hosted Private Instructor Training

For organizations that would like to train a large number of participants as Adult and/or Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Instructors, the National Council for Mental Wellbeing can coordinate bringing an onsite private Instructor training to you!

Please complete this interest form to receive more information on hosting a private Instructor training and find more details below.

Are you a National Council member?(Required)
What MHFA training program(s) are you interested in?(Required)

What are the responsibilities of the host site?

  • The organization hosting the training is responsible for administration of the event including:
    • Selecting and providing the training location
    • Providing classroom materials including flip charts, projectors, audio-visual components and Internet
    • Recruiting and managing course participants
    • If desired, providing catering during the week
  • Please note that all selected participants must complete and pass the MHFA Instructor application process.

How do I host an onsite training?

Once you’ve decided to host an onsite training, you can use this checklist to walk you through the planning process.

More questions?

View our FAQ for more information or complete the form at the top of the page to get in touch with one of our team members. You can also read our case studies to learn more about the impact other organizations and communities have had implementing MHFA.

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