Standard Mental Health First Aid

Duration

12 hours (2 days for 6 hours each or 3 days for 4 hours each)

Schedule

2 day course - 6 hours each day with an hour lunch break

WARRNAMBOOL CAMPUS

Monday 14 August & 21 August, 2017

9am - 4pm (hour lunch break) both days

Building B, Level 3, Room WB3.25

HAMILTON CAMPUS

Tuesday 15 August & 22 August, 2017

9am - 4pm (hour lunch break) both days

Room: HR 601 Multipurpose Classroom (15 August) and HR 604 Classroom (22 August)

PORTLAND CAMPUS

Monday 11 September & Tuesday 12 September, 2017

9am - 4pm (hour lunch break) both days

Building C, Room PC1.08 Classroom 8

Prerequisites

Photo ID

What You Learn

How to approach the person, assess and assist in crisis

Listen, communicate and give support to those in need

How to encourage the person to get appropriate proffesional help and other support

What You Get

The knowledge and skills required to give early help to people who have mental health problems and to assist in crisis situations

Certificate of completion

Materials to Bring

Pen and notepaper

Photo identification

Dress Code

Smart casual

Dates

Date
Location
Places Remaining
Date 11 Sep 09:00 AM to 12 Sep 04:00 PM
Location
South West TAFE - Portland Campus, 154 Hurd St, Portland VIC 3305, Australia
Places Remaining
15

Description

The Standard Mental Health First Aid short course teaches adults how to provide initial support to those who are developing mental health problems, experiencing a worsening of an existing mental health problem or mental health crises.

Course content includes depression, panic attacks, schizophrenia, substance abuse, psychosis, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, suicidal thoughts and behaviours, traumatic events and self injury. The course, equips individuals with:

  • understanding of a range of mental health issues
  • skills in recognising signs of mental health problems
  • skills in responding appropriately and effectively
  • understanding of where and how to get help

Student Support

At South West TAFE we’re here to help you complete your studies happily and successfully.

From the moment you start thinking about course options until you finish, you’ll have access to a range of student support options, covering enrolment, education, social and personal issues, including:

  • Education Pathway Officers who can help you with information sessions, fee payment options, TAFE and university pathways, career pathways and campus tours

  • A DHHS registered Disability Support Team

  • Koorie Liaison Officer

  • Student Wellbeing Officer supporting your personal and social needs

  • Library and Research Centre

  • Bookshop supplying a range of textbooks and stationery

  • Student Learning Support including literacy and numeracy

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