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E-Learning MHFA

(Approx 13 Hours – Certified and Accredited for 3 years)

Overview

Just like our benchmark MHFA, the Blended MHFA course covers all of the same material found in the standard course but is delivered via a mix of online learning and supported by 4-hours of face to face practical training with our facilitators. The course delivers a broad overview of mental health issues, how to recognise their signs and symptoms, how to approach a sufferer and where to go for professional help Fully accredited through Mental Health Australia, the MHFA program is an internationally recognised program based on proven scientific and evidence-based research in mental health. Online learning is accessible on the MHFA Australia secure online portal and our trainers are always on hand to help and support you throughout the program.

Blended MHFA is ideally suited to workplaces, organisations or individuals who need the increased flexibility of self-paced learning or those who are unable to take the time away from work to complete our standard MHFA course.

What You’ll Learn

Mental Health Issues Covered:

Mental health crises covered:

Course Format

The online element of the course takes around 8-hours to complete. This is then supported by 4-hours of face to face practical training with our experienced facilitators. The practical training will support your on-line learning and uses case studies, videos, role-playing and group work to take you through a range of different mental health issues and scenarios you may face.

All participants will receive an in-depth Mental Health First Aid manual to keep for reference and certification will be issued on the day of completion.

Who can attend a MHFA course?

MHFA is open to all participants and is ideally aimed at those aged 18 or above. The course isdesigned to be educational and is not a therapy or support group.

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.

Accreditation

Accreditation is issued directly by Mental Health First Aid Australia. All participants who have completed a MHFA course will be invited to take a short online accreditation assessment. Full detail here.

Once accredited you will be eligible to be appointed as a Mental Health First Aid officer within the workplace. Read all about the MHFAider Program here.

Our Trainers

All our Mental Health First Aid course facilitators have undertaken rigorous training with Mental Health First Aid Australia and are highly experienced in their field. Compassionate and caring all our trainers have first-hand lived experience of dealing with Mental Health issues in the field and in everyday life. Dedicated and experienced our trainers will ensure you can build the skills, confidence, and knowledge you’ll need to recognise, approach and support someone who is developing or suffering from a mental health issue. For more information on our team click here.

Contact us to express your interest in this course.