The wellbeing of your players should be your top priority within your coaching.  A coach needs to work on both the players physical and mental wellbeing to get the most out of their players.  More information and tips on how to do this can be found through completing the module below.

Mental Health and Wellbeing E-Learning Module – Overview | Rise 360 (articulate.com)

Scottish Sports Futures

The Scottish Sports Futures interactive module provides an opportunity to explore mental health and wellbeing within a sporting context and looks at how to create conversations around these topics

Module Learning Outcomes:

1.1 Understand what mental health and wellbeing means to you.

1.2 Discover why mental health and wellbeing is important in sport and physical activity.

1.3 Explain what could impact an individuals mental health and wellbeing.

1.4 Understand how to create a supportive space to enable mental

To find out more, contact: etc@ssf.org.uk


Welcome to our eLearning resource!

The Module usually takes about 45-60 minutes to complete but you can also do it in stages and save your progress.

The module will illustrate what role physical activity and sport plays in prevention and support to people with mental health problems. It aims to build confidence amongst staff and volunteers to be more aware of common mental health problems and ensure our physical activity environments are more inclusive.

Aims and Objectives:

  • Explain the meaning of mental health and wellbeing and some of the key triggers for poor mental health.

  • Describe the signs and symptoms of common mental health problems and how this can impact participation in physical activity and sport.

  • Explain how you can support someone in a physical activity setting with a mental health problem.

  • Outline where to get further help and support around mental health and mental health problems.

How to access your eLearning platform?

If it’s your first time using the eLearning resource, click here and you will be asked to create and account. After that you will automatically be given access to the Mental Health Awareness Module.

If you need to log in again and the original link does not work please click here and you will be able to log in again.

If there are any problems regarding eLearning please contact tina.hodge@samh.org.uk or call 07817810825.