Why choose Altruist Enterprises for Mental Health First Aid training?

5 reasons to choose Altruist Enterprises for your Mental Health Awareness training.

1. We support you after your course

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2. Excellent training experience

See what our customers have to say about us and our training courses.

‘I cannot recommend this course highly enough. I can state, without fear of contradiction that genuine, tangible lessons were learned. An excellent service’. Antony Walker, Health & Safety Manager, Acivico
3. Tailored to specific industries

Our courses are customisable and course materials i.e. case studies and videos are tailored to specific industries.

4. National coverage

We can deliver courses onsite at your premises or deliver open courses at local venues.

5. Social Enterprise

We re-invest a proportion of profits to provide subsidised or free mental health talks and workshops to young people and parents.

To find out more about what we offer or to book a course, call 0121 271 0550 or email info@altruistuk.com.

Katie attended the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy where she set up Altruist in 2013. Since then, Katie has won various awards including Birmingham Mail's Young Achiever of the Year 2017, New Entrepreneurs Foundation 'Future Face of Business' and Entrepreneurial Spark's 'Most Accelerated Business'. She has also been a finalist in nine other award categories and in 2014, Katie was invited to attend the prestigious 'Women of the Year Lunch' in honour of her work raising awareness and reducing the stigma attached to mental health.

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