4 BATUK civilian personnel become Mental Health First Aiders

BATUK Mental First Aiders
The 4 civilian BATUK personnel became trained Mental Health First Aiders. Photo: Facebook/BATUKOfficial

During National Mental Health Awareness Week last month, another four British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) personnel were trained to become Mental Health First Aiders.

Delivered by Captain Jase Smith, this latest course offered civilian team members the opportunity to become trained.

Speaking about the course, Captain Smith said: “Mental health issues don’t discriminate, therefore; it’s essential to have both military and civilian Mental Health First Aiders. This latest course focused on training our local civilian cohort, they performed very well and will help us to maintain a high performance – healthy workforce in the future”.

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