Instructor Profile | Mental Health First Aid
AJ Williams





Engaging Senior Leaders
Blended Online MHFA Tertiary
Blended Online AMHFA Community
Standard MHFA
Standard Refresher Course
Youth MHFA
Youth Refresher
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander MHFA
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander MHFA
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander MHFA
ATSI Refresher
AMHFA Talking About Suicide
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Talking about Gambling
Master Instructor
Principal Master
Gambling Problems MHFA
Suicidal Person MHFA
Blended Online MHFA Community
Blended Online MHFA Workplace
Mental Health Yarns
Blended Workplace
Blended MHFA for Tertiary Students
Blended MHFA for the Australian Legal Profession
Blended Pharmacy
Blended MHFA for Insolvency Professionals

Location Information

Melbourne VIC 3000

States Available In

  • Australian Capital Territory
  • New South Wales
  • Northern Territory
  • Queensland
  • South Australia
  • Tasmania
  • Victoria
  • Western Australia


AJ is of Wiradjuri / Watjobuluk background. He has 30 years experience in the health, community services and education sectors within Victoria and NSW.

He is a member of the Stolen Generation who is happy to share his experiences.

AJ is accredited to deliver the STANDARD ADULT Edition 4, YOUTH Edition 4, TEEN Year 7-9 & TEEN 10-12, ID, and ABORIGINAL & TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER Edition 3 courses. AJ can also deliver all Blended courses, as well as the tailored courses for nursing and medical student, MHFA for the Suicidal Person and MHFA for Gambling Problems. AJ can also deliver the new 4 hour STANDARD & YOUTH & ABORIGINAL MHFA REFRESHER courses. AJ has been delivering the 5 hour 'Aboriginal Lets talk about Suicide' & 'Aboriginal Gambling' course.

AJ has qualifications in social work, nursing, career counselling, disability work, community work & mental health, youth work, AOD and Aboriginal primary health care, with an interest in Aboriginal mental health. He is a qualified AASW Mental Health Social Worker and registered Medicare provider.

From 2010-2015- AJ worked within the national AMHFA program across the 3 organisations in which it was housed (University of Newcastle, Orygen Youth Health & Metal Health Fist Aid Australia).

As of August 2019, AJ has facilitated over 460 MHFA courses across all states and territories of Australia.

In 2012, AJ won the NSW Mental Health Matters Award for 'Indigenous social and emotional wellbeing' for delivery of 30 AMHFA courses across NSW rural and remote communities. In 2013, he was a finalist in the 2013 SUICIDE PREVENTION AWARDS.


In 2019, AJ was awarded the Frankston Mornington NAIDOC Community Award.

AJ is able to travel Australia wide provided costs are met. All trainings gain traditional owner endorsement.

AJ has current working with children checks for WA, NSW, Victoria, Queensland & Northern Territory.

AJ provides an interactive experience for all participants. Excellent Feedback.. Great references, Great reviews. LOADS of FUN!!!!

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