Mental Health Awareness Training Reviews

We ask our users to rate and review our course immediately after they've completed their training. Here's what people are saying...


Average score 4.7

4970 reviews

  • 85% 5
  • 10% 4
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Very informative and relevant

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Good start

In isolation this course falls short of the mark. Without being delivered as part of a business specific wider course, I felt that many of the people who view this would still be fearful of speaking up.

Compact, informative and relevant

I enjoyed this training as I felt it is very relevant and current in our every day lives including work environment. Just the right amount of content to keep the user engaged.


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Learnt a lot to help me understand more

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Enjoyed this course.

Very interesting course, we all know someone with mental health problems, this helps us to recognise what help is on offer.

The mental course is great

Mental health course has given me a greater understanding of myself and other peoples needs.

Slow course because of using a mobile ph

To carry out a course on a mobile phone ,is just ridiculous, the phone keeps stopping ,the internet is absolutely terrible, very slow and lagging, this needs to be either done on a computer, or a proper tablet, I have noted this a number of times before but we keep getting courses on phones which are not suitable to take a course on. I suggest we have three or four people up at the office at one time and carry out a course on the big screen so everyone can learn correctly and not miss anything out ,and then answer the questions correctly without having to keep tapping the phone as it's gone black and you end up pressing the wrong answer, again this has been noted a number times before, on each course we have done but seems to fall on deaf ears

A great refresher on an important topic

A great refresher on an important topic that many people choose to ignore or overlook.This has made me think again about my own mental health and that of my friends/colleagues.


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