Would you recognise the signs of someone with poor mental health?

Would you know what to do?

Do you feel confident to help?

Please read on to find out about our training events and take a look at our training calandar below to see when our next event will be

At the Molly Rose Foundation we offer key programmes to support your organisation, in the quest to help you implement wellbeing strategies that are achievable, measurable and effective. Our offer is aimed at everyone involved in day-to-day contact with young people. We are not a box ticking organisation, we aim to provide tools that are effective and sustainable. Further down the page you can find our calendar of events and book on to one of our activities. 

Mental Health First Aid Champion

This one day course trains you as a Youth Mental Health First Aid Champion, giving you:

An understanding of common mental health issues and how they can affect young people. The ability to spot signs of mental ill health in young people and guide them to a place of support

For more information Click Here to visit the MHFA England website. This course is for persons over the age of 16.

This course can be face to face or online. We can deliver a course for up to 16 delegates and if your school  / organisation hosts the course your first six places will be paid for by the Molly Rose Foundation

Our standard fee  is £95. There are discounts available for schools and youth organisations. please contact training@mollyrosefoundation.org  if you would like to discuss these options.

My Bag of Happiness

MRF will donate activity kits for your KS2 pupils to create their very own Bag of Happiness. You can run the workshop with your own staff or invite volunteers from the MRF to run the workshops alongside your staff.

To read more about the “My Bag of Happiness” activity Click Here. 

To request a My Bag of Happiness activity kit please contact our training team: training@mollyrosefoundation.org

What is Mental Health?

This two-hour workshop is aimed at giving you valuable tools to help young people’s mental wellbeing. In addition to looking at the topics below it will give you an opportunity to discuss with others mental wellbeing ideas to help young people.


  • Explore what is mental health through the mental health continuum
  • Look at what’s in your stress container
  • Look at what’s in our children’s stress containers
  • How do you spot if a child is struggling with their mental health?
  • How do you open a conversation to explore their feelings?
  • Top tips for listening
  • Signposting resources that might help
  • Suggestions for activities to do as a family

Why is training so important?


One in four people experience mental health problems in any given year. That could be one of the people in this group. Having a better understanding of Mental Health may help you spot and help them.

Training in mental health awareness is important for anyone who works with young people.

If you are a teacher or work in a volunteer capacity with children or young adults, you are in a great place to help promote positive wellbeing, resilience & self care. 

Our training courses will help equip you with the ability to recognise the signs of mental ill health in young people; understand the nature of the different aspects of mental illness; help combat stigma and discrimination and be able to guide young people in where to gain support.


One in fifteen people in the UK will have attempted suicide at some point in their life. This could be one of the people at this cafe.

How do we fund our courses and how can you register your interest?

The Molly Rose Foundation’s intention is to provide our training courses with reduced fees as we do not wish any organisation to be unable to participate.

However we would be happy if an organisation would make a donation to Molly Rose Foundation to help our valuable funding go further.

If you feel that you or someone else within your organisation would benefit from attending this training and be able to better support the young people they work with please contact us at the following email to register your interest or ask us any questions you may have.    training@mollyrosefoundation.org 

We would never want financial constraints to stop an individual or organisation from accessing our training. If you feel you are in this position please get in contact with our training team who will do their best to assist.    training@mollyrosefoundation.org 


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