Does your workplace have a mental health first aid officer?
Stress related presenteeism and absenteeism are directly costing Australian employers $10.11 billion a year. 3.2 days per worker are lost each year through workplace stress. Mental Health First Aid can provide knowledge and skills for your colleagues to pick up the early signs and symptoms of mental illness, offer initial help and encourage workers to seek help early. Now that most workplaces have a physical first aid officer, it's time the same is done for mental health.
Mental health training is more accessible than ever before
PLEASE NOTE: 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.
The 12-hour Standard MHFA Course can already be delivered in workplaces with tailored videos and scenarios. Our aim is to make mental health training more widely-accessible, particularly for workplaces who find it difficult to release their staff to attend 12 hours of training, by offering a blended version of this course.
This course is designed for workplaces who find it difficult to release their staff to attend the 12-hour Standard MHFA Course. It is completed in a Blended format, combining eLearning plus a follow-up half day face-to-face session.
- $150 AUD plus shipping (includes a 140 page 3rd edition Standard MHFA manual)
- Bulk purchase discounts on a sliding scale available for organisations. Shop Now
- 12 months access to our self-paced course online via our Moodle LMS
- Online access to a PDF version of the MHFA Manual so you can get started right away
- Approx 6-8 hours to complete
- eCertificate of completion on successful completion of the course (PDF)
- Audio, video, case scenarios and short multiple choice quizzes to keep you engaged
- Online, email and telephone technical support.
View a presentation
Download a copy of the presentation. Use this PowerPoint to present to colleagues, human resources and management in your workplace.
What am I going to learn in this course?
The benefits are numerous. The certificate is a terrific addition to anyone's resume. You will learn
- how to recognise signs and symptoms of mental health problems and crises in your employees and co-workers
- risk factors and appropriate evidence-based treatments and supports
- how to respond and offer appropriate support to employees and co-workers using the Mental Health First Aid Action Plan ALGEE
What the course covers
This eLearning component of this blended MHFA course has been developed specifically for the white collar workplace. The course teaches managers, supervisors and individuals 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.
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Example video scenario
Follow-up face-to-face session
The follow-up face-to-face session is designed to be delivered within 3 months of participants completing the eLearning component. Read about what the face-to-face session covers and how to book an instructor to deliver the session here.
Who is the target audience?
Management and staff within Australian white collar workplaces, who find it difficult to attend the 12-hour face-to-face Standard MHFA Course.
What are the requirements?
There are some basic technological requirements for accessing MHFA eLearning courses. Reliable Internet access with the ability to stream audio video. You will need the latest version of browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer is NOT supported, Opera, or Safari. Your versions of Java and Flash should also be up to date. This course is not suitable for mobile phones.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
We have answered your most frequent questions in our eLearning help centre here.
Have a question not answered in our FAQs document above? Get in touch with Brendan our eLearning Support Officer.
Phone: 03 9079 0208.