Crew Training

We provide both i-act training and Mental Health First Aid through our partner Dolly Mental Health

i-act Mananaging and Promoting Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing - Film and TV

We are also accredited to train i-act Managing and Promoting Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing. This is a Royal College of Psychiatrists accredited course run over 6 hours if conducted face to face or 3.5 hours online.

The course comes with a 168 page book full of resources and tools to help the management of mental health on a production.


Course Objectives:

— Give crew members a greater understanding of mental health and wellbeing issues and help them recognise when colleagues may need further help and support.

— Provide practical tools for promoting positive wellbeing on set to help build resilience for ourselves and for colleagues.

— Offer guidance and advice for how crew can connect with colleagues who may be experiencing a mental health or wellbeing issue.

— Equip crew with practical tools, a resource pack and signposting to further help and support concerning mental health and wellbeing issues.

Topics Covered

What Is Mental Health & wellbeing?

Classification of Mental Health issues

Substance misuse,

Anxiety, Depression and Suicide

Stigma and discrimination


Improving wellbeing and resilience

Sign posting, self-help, professional help

Mental Health and the Law


6ft From CIC have 3 fully accredited trainers all of whom have first hand experience of film and tv production.

Matt Longley

Karen Woodman

Davey Shields


Courses cost £75 for individual crew online

For companies up to  14 people can be trained for £899 online

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6ft have partnered with Dolly Mental Health to provide tailored MHFA England courses for crew. Please see their website for more details or contact Jude Spencer at Hello@dollymentalhealth,com.

Jude has many years experience of working in the creative industry and is a fully accredited MHFA trainer