Online training has many benefits – obviously during this time of social distancing and coronavirus risk it enables you to offer training to staff where they can choose to do the course in a safe environment. Some people find it easier to engage and open up in an online space – though we must also acknowledge that for others it is less comfortable.
However – online training has other benefits which will endure even after things become closer to normality, the main one being of course cost. I do not need to charge for travel, accommodation and substistence expenses incurred – which knocks £100s off your bill. If your delegates are coming from multiple locations – you are also saved the cost of their expenses.
The materials charges remain the same – while the basic fee will be slightly higher due to the different nature of the online course and ongoing support which delegates receive. (While the face to face is two days, plus admin time for me, the online course is four separate sessions and administration and support though using the online system for the duration of the course – which can be over a month)
Either way my rates are competitive and represent significant discount on the MHFA England RRP of £300 (+VAT) per person.
(Nb – Prices here and below refer to full Mental Health First Aid course – contact me for more details on the Online Half Day Mental Health Aware, and Mental Health Refresher courses)
If you have just one or two people you wish to train, you can book on an open course, at the discounted rate of £200 per person (no VAT). Charities can access a £100 rate by contacting me with proof of eligibility.
For groups of five or more it may be more economical for you to contact me for a quote for exclusive training.
I will also offer a special discount to any NHS or Social Care organisation booking a group session in August, September or October 2020. (This offer may be extended)
For more details and a quote – email: email@example.com