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26th April 2022

Funded Online Mental Health First Aid training at WOTFEST SIX

Credit: Ryan Walsh

Women On Tap is pleased to announce we’ll be presenting funded MHFA England mental health first aid training as part of the WOTFEST SIX programme. Only 25 places are available, and each learner receives a certificate on completion.

The training has been organised for us by Club Soda with Lucky Saint – who are funding the course – and full details are below:

Introduction to Mental Health First Aid with Lucky Saint  – for women working and influencing within the beer community

6th May at 09:00 – 13:00

Delivered online and available to the Women on Tap Community

25 funded places available


It has been a tough year for women in beer and it can take its toll on mental health.

Lucky Saint is pleased to offer a 4 hour Mental Health Aware training course to the Women On Tap community. We are excited to extend this offering to such a fantastic group of people.

Lucky Saint, the UK’s most popular alcohol-free beer, has announced it will support Mental Health First Aid England (MHFA England) to offer mental health training to hundreds of staff at hospitality venues across the UK. The initiative has already supported a range of hospitality brands, including Wahaca, Honest Burgers, Pizza Pilgrims and Freight Island with training. Employees have developed the skills to support peers and colleagues as venues welcome back customers in greater numbers.

This course will be led by MHFA England Ambassador and Instructor, Harry Corin, who is leading this initiative at Lucky Saint.

During the course we will cover:

  • What mental health is and how to challenge stigma

  • A basic knowledge of some common mental health issues

  • An introduction to looking after your own mental health and maintaining wellbeing

  • Confidence to support someone in distress or who may be experiencing a mental health issue

You can see more about the national programme here:

This session is delivered online and you can participate from home or wherever else you choose. You will be sent a pack in advance of the session.

To register for the workshop please fill in this form by 12 noon Tuesday 26th April:

For the rest of the WOTFEST SIX programme please see 

Press release from Women on Tap