Mental Health First Aid for Tertiary Students; register for the course here

Published On July 30, 2019 | By Amy | News

As a university student, you have the opportunity to complete a short course in Mental Health First Aid for Tertiary Students (MHFA).

This course helps you develop practical skills to assist fellow students who may be experiencing a mental health crisis.

It includes both a self-paced eLearning component, followed by a four hour face-to-face workshop, which can be completed at UNE’s Armidale campus. View the MHFA poster for further details.

If you’d like to complete the course, you’ll need to register for both the eLearning and face-to-face components.

Self-paced eLearning

The eLearning section of the course is available to complete at home, where you will have access to a number of case studies, videos and resources online. You will be able to complete this component up to three months prior to attending a workshop.

The cost for this section is $50 per person. 

Register here for the eLearning component

Face-to-face workshop

Once you are ready to complete the face-to-face section of the course, you may choose to attend a session hosted on campus in Armidale, or another session hosted by an accredited MHFA instructor closer to you.

The upcoming workshop in Armidale will be run by approved MHFA instructor Sarah Green from Highway to Well.

Where? Education Seminar Room 120 in Building E007, UNE Armidale

When? 9am – 1pm on Friday, 16 August 2019

Cost? $70 per person

Register here for the Armidale workshop

To search for a session hosted by an accredited MHFA instructor closer to you, please use the Find an Instructor page.

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