Mental Health First Aid Training - Allora


Free two-day mental health first aid training course to up-skill participants as first responders until appropriate professional help is available - Friday 16 and Friday 23 February 2024

Venue Allora Senior Citizens Building

18 Drayton Street Allora, QLD, Australia

Date 16 Feb 2024 - 23 Feb 2024 
Time 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

TWO DAY COURSE: Friday 16 February, 8am - 4pm and Friday 23 February, 8am - 4pm

Category: Aimed at assisting older persons experiencing a mental health crisis.

Facilitated by accredited mental health first aid instructors, the two-day course aims to reduce the stigma associated with mental health, improve mental health literacy and spark quality conversations that improve help-seeking behaviour and resilience.

The training identifies the signs and symptoms of mental health issues and provides simple tools that can be used to assist someone experiencing a mental health problem, including how the trained responder can look after themselves throughout the support process.

Participants will receive a certificate valid for three years, a mental health first aid manual and valuable knowledge to support our community. 

If you are interested in attending a mental health first aid training course, please contact Council’s Community Development team on 1300 697 372 or email Morning tea and lunch are provided.





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