Mental Health First Aid Registration
Learn to recognise risk factors and warning signs for mental health and addiction issues, along with ways to help someone in crisis and non-crisis situations and where to go for further help.
Course duration: Self-paced e-learning component 5-7 hrs
Instructor sessions 2 x 2.5 hr sessions via ZOOM.
(maximum of 12 participants per intake)
Format: The program will begin with a one hour orientation event for participants to drop in on ZOOM where John will answer any questions about the course and e-learning platform and you can meet your fellow classmates. You will also receive a copy of the Standard MHFA Manual.
Self-paced e-learning component to be completed within 3-4 weeks followed by instructor sessions via ZOOM.
Participants will be issued a link to final assessment. If successful you will receive your certificate and accreditation.
Part 1: 9.30am - 12 noon, 17 November 2020
Part 2: 9.30am - 12 noon, 19 November 2020
John Clark is a registered training team leader and was a guest earlier this year for for the VicWater webinar on Mental Health for Rural Communities.
This is an accredited training program from Mental Health First Aid Australia.
Note: The information provided in MHFA courses is for general mental health first aid only and is not intended to be and should not be relied upon as a substitute for specific professional medical advice.