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To Red Hackle Training, RHT is a Training company based in Perth & Kinross and can cover the Tayside area, we can also travel UK wide as required. At present RHT can deliver FAMH course’s as distance learning packages, this will allow RHT to train FAMH courses across the UK.

The ability to do this gives everybody the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills to better understand and handle Mental Health issues that may arise at home and/or in work. Mental Health is one of the biggest issues in the Workplace and Socially Today, but has so much Stigma attached with it collectively we all Shy away from it.



  • L3 Award in Education & Training,
  • ITC L3 Award in Teaching and Assessing First Aid Qualifications (TAFAQ),
  • NUCO First Aid for Mental Health Instructor,
  • L3 Award in Supervising First Aid For Mental Health (RQF),
  • NUCO First Aid for Youth Mental Health Instructor,
  • CACHE L2 Awareness of Mental Health Problems,
  • CACHE L2 in Understanding Children and Young People’s Mental Health,
  • Psychological First Aid: Supporting Children & Young People,
  • CACHE L2 Certificate In Counselling Skills,
  • NUCO Safeguarding Instructor,
  • L3 Award in Principles of Safeguarding and Protecting Children, Young People or Vulnerable Adults (RQF).

Red Hackle Training will be concentrating on FAMH Training and The Awareness of Mental Health Problems & Safeguarding through Training, Development & Discussion, 


Mental Health Issues will be experienced by 1 In 4 people in the UK (Anxiety and or Depression) are the main MH issues,

  • 1 in 4 people experience mental health issues each year

  • 792 million people are affected by mental health issues worldwide

  • At any given time, 1 in 6 working-age adults have symptoms associated with mental ill health

  • Mental illness is the second-largest source of burden of disease. Mental illnesses are more common, long-lasting and impactful than other health conditions

  • Mental ill health is responsible for 72 million working days lost and costs £34.9 billion each year
    Note: Different studies will estimate the cost of mental ill health in different ways. Other reputable research estimates this cost to be as high as £74–£99 billion

  • The total cost of mental ill health is estimated at £105 billion per year 

  • People with a long-term mental health condition lose their jobs every year at around double the rate of those without a mental health condition. This equates to 300,000 people – the equivalent of the population of Newcastle or Belfast 

  • 75% of mental illness (excluding dementia) starts before age 18
    Note: Dementia is more accurately described as a progressive neurological disorder (a condition affecting the brain’s structure and subsequent function over time), and typically does not occur before the age of 30

  • Men aged 40-49 have the highest suicide rates in the UK

  • 70-75% of people with diagnosable mental illness receive no treatment at all.

  • As of 31st Aug 2021 54 Ex + Serving military personnel lives Lost to Suicide

Help RHT Raise Awareness through Training & Discussion and Knowledge, lets collectively Reduce the Stigma and the Lives Lost.

All of our training is aimed at helping everyone gain access to Quality Training, Knowledge and Skills to Work and Socialise in a Safe, Healthy and Secure Work, Home and Social Environment.


Mental Health In Our Own Words
Break the Stigma In Mental Health
You sure your ok? #AskTwice

SAMH comment on new mental health statistics

2nd March 2021

Published today, the latest quarterly statistics from Public Health Scotland show that adults and children are still not receiving mental health services when they need them.

The figures show that that 1 in 4 children and young people were turned away from specialist mental health services during October to December 2020: this figure previously stood at 1 in 5. And 20% of the 17,023 adults who started psychological therapies during this period waited longer than the official target of 18 weeks.

None of the 14 regional NHS Boards met the 18 week target for adult psychological therapies services in Scotland, while only five did so for children and young people’s services.

Jo Anderson, Director of External Affairs at SAMH said,

“Scotland’s mental health services were struggling before the pandemic, and today’s figures demonstrate once again that we need a radical new plan. Young people deserve the right to get help the first time they ask, without fearing that they will be turned away. And the need for quick access to psychological wellbeing support has never been greater.”

Last month, we launched Standing Up for Scotland’s Mental Health, our manifesto ahead of the Scottish Parliament elections. Informed by over 2,500 people across Scotland, many of whom have lived experience of mental health problems, Standing Up for Scotland’s Mental Health, sets out 38 actions to make mental health a national priority.  

Among our recommendations for real change, we are calling for redoubled efforts on suicide prevention, action now to support children and young people and rapid access to psychological wellbeing support for adults.

Our research published last year showed that almost half of people with mental health problems in Scotland felt they did not get care or treatment because of the pandemic. And more than eight out of ten child and adolescent psychiatrists in Scotland who responded to a recent poll said specialist children’s mental health services were very insufficiently or insufficiently resourced.

Perceptions of mental ill health That Cause The Stigma

  • Over a third of the public think people with a mental health issue are likely to be violent,

  • People with severe mental illness are more likely to be the victims, rather than the perpetrators, of violent crime,

  • People with mental ill health are more dangerous to themselves than to others: 80-90% of people who die by suicide are experiencing mental distress,

  • Poor mental health impacts on individuals and their families, in lost income, lower educational attainment, quality of life and a much shorter life span.

How Do We Stop The Stigma ?

Through Discussion, Training and Gaining Knowledge!! 

Mental Health Statistics

15/10/2020 MHFA England 

Here is a list of up to date statistics about a range of mental health topics. As you go through them be reminded of the date of the report and what the world, country has been going through. And that numbers where rising pre COVID-19, during and will keep rising Post COVID-19.  

Statistics by topic

Click to jump to topic area:

The impact of mental ill health
The impact of mental ill health in young people
Disability rankings
Mental ill health in the workplace
Mental ill health in LGBT+ and BAME communities
Mental ill health in the UK armed forces
Mental ill health in higher education students
Eating disorders
Psychosis and schizophrenia
Bipolar disorder
Personality disorders
Alcohol, drugs and mental health