at The Ship Inn Southbank
Thursday, 17 January 2019 9:00 AM - Friday, 18 January 2019 5:00 PM + Add to calendar17/01/2019 09:0018/01/2019 17:00Australia/BrisbaneMental Health First Aid Training - South BrisbaneMental Health First Aid Training - South Brisbane Thursday, 17 January 2019 9:00 AM - Friday, 18 January 2019 5:00 PM (E. Australia Standard Time) Organiser Peta Dampney XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Address The Ship Inn Southbank Sidon Street South Brisbane Brisbane 4101 Australia Full two day course right by the river at Southbank. Closely and conveniently located near Southbank and Mater Hill Busway stations, as well as Southbank Train Station. Cost includes all meals and refreshments on both days, Standard Mental Health First Aid manual and all writing materials. Close enough to the river for a breeze and close enough to Streets Beach for a swim before or after the course! Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/76612/mental_health_first_aid_training__south_brisbane.aspxThe Ship Inn Southbank
South Brisbane Brisbane 4101
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The Standard Mental Health First Aid course is a 2 day course that provides participants with a Mental Health First Aider accreditation that is valid for 3 years. It equips participants with the skills and knowledge to assist someone experiencing a mental health crisis or a developing mental health issue.
The course is extremely valuable and useful for the community and for the workplace. With 1 in 5 of us experiencing a mental health issue at some point of our lives, we are all impacted upon by our own or others’ mental health. Mental Health First Aid Australia became a national not for profit charity in 2012 and has the motto “Everyone, Everywhere”. Since 2001, over half a million Australians have participated in Mental Health First Aid training with over 4000 courses run each year.
To find out more about Mental Health First Aid courses click here to go to their website.
Peta became an accredited Mental Health First Aid instructor as she firmly believes that the course is the most practical and useful available for all members of the community and workplaces. It has a strong evidence base and its content, mode of delivery and structure has been replicated worldwide via Mental Health First Aid International.