Lifeline WA has accredited Instructors to deliver this course by Mental Health First Aid Australia.
Around 1 in 5 Australian adults experience a common mental illness each year. Understanding how to talk about mental health and help someone in need are important skills. Many people feel uncomfortable and unprepared when thinking about starting a conversation with someone they are concerned about.
Learn to recognise common mental health problems, how to provide initial help to someone experiencing a mental health problem using a practical, evidence-based Action Plan, and how to respond in a crisis situation. During the course, participants have the opportunity to practice new skills in a safe environment.
Increases knowledge and mental health literacy
Increases confidence in providing mental health first aid
Decreases stigmatising attitudes
Increases the support provided to others
Mental Health First Aid in the Workplace
More workplaces are realising the impact of mental health problems at work on their people and productivity. Encouraging early help-seeking is one way to promote a mentally healthy workplace. This is where Mental Health First Aid can help. Mental Health First Aid is an evidence-based training course that gives your employees the skills and confidence to have supportive conversations with their co-workers and help guide them to professional help if needed.
To book a course or make an enquiry about any training with Lifeline WA please click the enquiry form button and complete the prompts, we will get back to you within 48 hours. For general enquiries, please email email@example.com
The 12-hour course can be delivered in 1 of 3 ways:
Face-to-face: a 2-day course led by an accredited MHFA Instructor.
Blended face-to-face: a self-paced e-learning component (estimated to take 5-7 hours, including videos and quizzes. Must be completed in full prior to the session), followed by a 4-hour face-to-face session led by an accredited MHFA Instructor.
Online: a self-paced e-learning component (estimated to take 5-7 hours, including videos and quizzes. Must be completed in full prior to the session), followed by 2 x 2.5-hour video conferencing sessions led by an accredited MHFA Instructor.
Upcoming Public Courses