This course is currently unavailable. You might like to try our Mental Health Chat online virtual workshop.
See how to recognise, respond and refer when working with someone who may have mental health concerns.
MH-Literacy is a mental health awareness training program designed to enable participants to recognise, respond and refer when working with someone who may have a mental health problem. There is also a module on self-care to ensure that participants take responsibility for their own well-being. Topics covered include:
The training is delivered by qualified, experienced Lifeline trainers. Participants receive a Statement of Attendance at completion of the course.
Format: Blended training model comprising two hours e-learning, and four-hour face-to-face session with a qualified Lifeline trainer. The course will be tailored to the specific needs of participants.
Resources: Participant workbook, e-learning.
Outcome: Participants are equipped to recognise, respond and refer when working with someone who may have mental health issue, and to check their safety.
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