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I trained over 350 Employees at Standard Chartered Bank to become Mental Health First Aiders

Standard Chartered Bank now has over 350 Mental Health First Aiders

SCB started MHFA Training in 2020

Standard Chartered Bank is one of the world’s leading financial service providers, with offices located around the globe, including in the Asia Pacific region, Eastern Europe, Africa and the Americas. In the UK they operate out of London and Birmingham, employing over 8,000 people across a range of backgrounds and nationalities. Started MHFA England training 2020 - 2023

I was employed by Siren Training to deliver Mental Health First Aid training to over 350 employees at Standard Chartered Bank. Staff trained so far

Globally, there are around 350 MHFAiders®, from early on in their mental health skills journey, Standard Chartered recognised that mental health is equally important as physical health in terms of their employees wellbeing

The journey so far

With the rollout of MHFAider® training, Standard Chartered Bank programme has been supported by a core working group, Joshua Oyange Regional Head of Health, Safety and Wellbeing Africa and Middle East

Joshua was part of the second cohort of MHFAiders® to be trained in October 2019, just before the Covid pandemic.


I Would like to thank Ginny our instructor for been able to allow us share our experiences, encourage to be more inclusive and in a very short time created and very cohesive group with the ability to listen, communicate , be vigilant and most of all compassionate to anyone who is going to mental illness. Thank you to the Bank for organizing and giving us an opportunity to be educated and also give back to the society.

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We’ll work alongside you to deliver training that complements and enhances your existing wellbeing strategy, if you have one. If you don’t, we’ll get you started on that journey and support you along the way. Each organisation's culture is unique and creating change around mental health is a complex task that requires a multi-tiered approach, which our team of experts is positioned to support.



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