Type Mental health and wellbeing Languages 28 Languages Duration 40 minutes

Our Mental Health in Construction Training is designed to raise awareness of poor mental health, including the key indicators to look out for, and guidance to handle the subject.


Mental Health in Construction Training programme aims to spread awareness of mental ill-health in the construction sector and eradicate the stigma surrounding it. It also contains extra resources such as a wellbeing toolkit to manage day-to-day mental health.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the situations that trigger mental illnesses in those working in the construction industry.
  • Recognise how a 'macho' culture has impacted the construction sector.
  • Learn how to remove stigma surrounding mental health.

Course Structure

This training course is broken down into 4 sections.

  1. Mental Health in Construction

  2. Mental Health Problems

  3. Wellbeing Toolkit

  4. External Help

Course Overview

You may be wondering why we've created a Mental Health course specifically for the construction industry. In short, poor mental health in the construction industry accounts for over 200 suicides per year which is absolutely devastating.

The sad and often unspoken truth is that construction workers are prone to stress, anxiety, and depression for a number of different reasons. These factors are responsible for over 400,000 lost working days each year in the UK.

As a predominantly male industry, there is a 'macho culture' associated with construction workplaces. This can often trivialise the concept of mental health throughout the industry.

Our Mental Health in Construction course is split into 4 easy-to-follow sections, designed to educate learners on the various types of mental health problems. The course explains the science behind our thinking and where to go to for external help, in order to break the stigma surrounding mental ill-health throughout.

Available in 28 languages


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Mental Health Awareness in Construction certificate

All of our courses end with a multiple-choice test to measure your knowledge of the material.

Mental Health Awareness in Construction concludes with a 20-question multiple choice test with a printable certificate. In addition, short in-course questionnaires will guide you through the sections of the training, which are designed to reinforce learning and ensure maximum engagement throughout.

As well as printable user certificates, training progress and results are all stored centrally in your LMS (Learning Management System). This can be accessed at any time to reprint certificates, check & set pass marks, and serve as proof of commitment to ongoing legal compliance.

What does my certificate include?

Your Mental Health Awareness in Construction Certificate includes your name, company name (if applicable), name of course taken, pass percentage, date of completion, expiry date and stamps of approval or accreditations by recognised authorities.

Please note, if you are using our course content via SCORM in a third party LMS, then we are unable to provide certificates and you will need to generate these yourself in your host LMS.

Why is Mental Health Awareness in Construction Important?

Poor mental health in the construction industry accounts for over 400,000 lost working days and, sadly, over 200 suicides every year.

It’s an unspoken fact that, due to a combination of a predominantly male labour force, strenuous work, and a “macho culture”, it creates an atmosphere hostile to the sharing of one’s feelings.

Our Mental Health Awareness in Construction course is specifically designed to shine a light on this problem, break the stigma, and help construction workers speak up about their mental health. As a result, it reduces the number of lost working days and, hopefully, saves lives.