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Standard Mental Health First Aid Course Hobart

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Course Summary

Participants will learn about the signs and symptoms of mental health literacy and will learn the practical skills needed to support someone they are concerned about that may be experiencing a mental health problem or worsening of an existing mental health issue(s) or in a mental health crisis. Participants will learn how to recognise/ respond/ refer someone who may be developing a Mental health issue or in a mental health crisis until appropriate professional help is received or the crisis resolves.

Mental Health First Aid training course participants will learn about the types of help and supports available and how to help someone to access the support/ services they may need.

On successful completion participants will hold currency of certification for 3 years (as in physical First Aid) recognised by Mental Health First Aid Australia Inc

Course delivered by currently registered Nurse Educator Trainer/ Assessor with 26 years of extensive practical and diverse relevant industry experience- Rebecca (Bec) Wood.

Bec is also recognised as a "Master Instructor" by Mental Health First Aid Australia Inc

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