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This is the eLearning component of the Blended MHFA course for the white-collar workplace, which teaches how to assist a co-worker who is developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. It is recommended that you first organise an Instructor to complete the follow-up face-to-face component before you commence the eLearning component, as you will need to complete the face-to-face within 3 months after completing the eLearning.
Eligibility Criteria: 
MHFA INSTRUCTORS: Please do not enrol in this course if you are an MHFA Instructor up-skilling to deliver the Blended MHFA Course for the White-Collar Workplace. You need to order the Instructor Kit and eLearning enrolment from the Instructor Shop instead.
This eLearning MHFA Course in the Pharmacy is essential training for all pharmacists and front line pharmacy staff. Informed by a reference group of pharmacy professionals across Australia, this course teaches pharmacists and pharmacy staff how to assist a customer who is developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis.
Eligibility Criteria: 

Australian Pharmacists and pharmacy staff with a shipping address in Australia.

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This is the eLearning component of the Blended Mental Health First Aid Course for Tertiary Students, which teaches how to assist a fellow student developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. It is recommended that you first organise an Instructor to complete the follow-up face-to-face component before you commence the eLearning component, as you will need to complete the face-to-face within 3 months after completing the eLearning.
Eligibility Criteria: 
You must be a tertiary student, studying at University or TAFE. This course is now discounted to $40 per person, that's 20% off until February 28, 2017. If you are a medical student you can enrol for free here. If you are a nursing student you can enrol for free here.
This is the eLearning component of the Blended Mental Health First Aid Course for Nursing Students. It is recommended that you first organise an Instructor to complete the follow-up face-to-face component before you commence the eLearning component, as you will need to complete the face-to-face within 3 months after completing the eLearning.
Eligibility Criteria: 
You must be a nursing student or recent nursing graduate (in the last 2 years), studying, or having studied at, one of Australia's recognised learning institutions for nursing. Don't meet the criteria but want to do a MHFA course? We have a course aimed at all tertiary students. Enrol in the eLearning Course for Tertiary Students here.

Register on the site and then apply for the course below after clicking the link in the email we send you after registration.

This is the eLearning component of the Blended Mental Health First Aid Course for Medical Students. It is recommended that you first organise an Instructor to complete the follow-up face-to-face component before you commence the eLearning component, as you will need to complete the face-to-face within 3 months after completing the eLearning.
Eligibility Criteria: 
You must be a medical student or recent medical graduate (in the last 2 years), studying, or having studied at, one of Australia's recognised learning institutions for medicine. Don't meet the criteria but want to do an eLearning course? Enrol in the eLearning Course for Tertiary Students here.

Register on the site and then apply for the course below after clicking the link in the email we send you after registration.

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This is the eLearning version of the 12-hour Mental Health First Aid Course for Financial Counsellors.
Eligibility Criteria: 
You must be a Financial Counsellor or studying to be a Financial Counsellor and based in Australia. Financial Literacy Educators in the Northern Territory are also eligible to enrol.
IMPORTANT: This private course is only available for a select group at Norton Rose Fulbright. It is not open for registrations from the general public. If you are looking for our public MHFA for International Legal Professionals, you can find that course higher on this page, code #ESL03.
Eligibility Criteria: 

This private course is only available for a select group at Norton Rose Fulbright.

It is not open for registrations from the general public. If you are looking for our public MHFA for International Legal Professionals, you can find that course here.

This is the eLearning component of a Blended MHFA course developed specifically for Australian legal professionals. The course teaches how to assist a co-worker who is developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis, using case-studies, videos and resources tailored to their learning needs. The mental health first aid skills learnt can be applied to help any adult.
Eligibility Criteria: 

Partners, lawyers and employees based in legal firms in Australia.

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This eLearning MHFA course has been developed specifically for Australian multinational organisations with workplaces overseas and organisations which do not have a MHFA program operating in their country. The course teaches how to assist a co-worker who is developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. The mental health first aid skills learnt can be applied to help any adult.
Eligibility Criteria: 

You need to be an employee from an Australian multinational organisation based in a workplace or worksite outside of Australia, or an English speaking person working in a country that currently does not have an MHFA program.

This is the eLearning MHFA course developed specifically for English speaking legal professionals working in multinational legal firms outside of Australia. The course teaches how to assist a co-worker who is developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis, using case-studies, videos and resources tailored to their learning needs. The mental health first aid skills learnt can be applied to help any adult.
Eligibility Criteria: 

Partners and employees based in international legal firms outside of Australia. This course is most relevant to people living in developed countries, which have established mental health care systems equivalent in standard to those in Australia and where the culture could be described as Western.