Mental Health First Aid - Adelaide/Daw Park - Completed
at The Studio
Monday, 13 September 2021 from 9:00 AM - Tuesday, 14 September 2021 to 4:30 PM + Add to calendar13/09/2021 09:0014/09/2021 16:30Australia/AdelaideMental Health First Aid - Adelaide/Daw ParkMental Health First Aid - Adelaide/Daw Park Monday, 13 September 2021 from 9:00 AM - Tuesday, 14 September 2021 to 4:30 PM (Adelaide) Organiser Rae-Anne Holloway 0408 333 831 Address The Studio 1/518 Goodwood Road Daw Park SA 5041 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/po496/mental_health_first_aid__adelaidedaw_park.aspxThe Studio
1/518 Goodwood Road
Daw Park SA 5041
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The 12-hour Mental Health First Aid course teaches adults (18 years and over) how to provide initial support to adults who are developing a mental illness or experiencing a mental health crisis. The course curriculum is based on the MHFA Guidelines.
Claim CPD Points
Most professionals can claim attendance at a MHFA course for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) with their industry body.
The Standard Mental Health First Aid Course has been endorsed for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points for a number of professions see the full list here .
What the Course Covers
Course participants learn about the signs and symptoms of the common and disabling mental health problems, how to provide initial help, where and how to get professional help, what sort of help has been shown by research to be effective, and how to provide first aid in a crisis situation.
Developing mental health problems covered are:
- Anxiety problems
- Substance use problems
Mental health crisis situations covered are:
- Suicidal thoughts and behaviours
- Non-suicidal self-injury (sometimes called deliberate self-harm)
- Panic attacks
- Traumatic events
- Severe effects of drug or alcohol use
- Severe psychotic states
- Aggressive behaviours
All MHFA Courses teach how to give the mental health first aid using the MHFA Action Plan ALGEE. More information about ALGEE.
A manual is provided to each participant attending this 12-hour MHFA course.
Download review of the standard MHFA manual (83.28 KB)
Who can attend a course?
Any interested adult can attend. Please note this course is not a therapy or support group, rather it is an education course to learn how to give first aid to others.
Testimonials“Rae-Anne was very engaging, passionate and knowledgeable. She wasn't just a 'presenter' she had a personal and hands-on knowledge about the topics and actively demonstrates this passion in her personal and professional life. For effectively communicating this content Rae-Anne was exceptional.”“Rae-Anne Holloway was an excellent instructor. She was engaging, covered the content well and was passionate about what she was delivering, which meant that there was a high level of participation by all of those attending. It also meant that a high level of trust was forged within the room, which meant that the participants felt that they could open up and share experiences, which brought to life the content of the course.”
“I really enjoyed listening to Rae-Anne I found her very approachable and a joy to listen to. I would love to attend any Mental Health training that she has to offer in the future. Rae-Anne made myself feel very involved and wanting to hear and learn more. Rae-Anne has made me think that this could definitely be a new line of career I would like to pursue.”
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