Key Employment is proud to offer Mental Health First Aid Training. Our first class trainer Kathy Young has already put a class through their paces and it was a resounding success. Kathy’s enthusiastic approach to learning is infectious as she breaks down the stigma attached to Mental Health. Call Training at Key Employment today to reserve your spot.
Mental Health First Aid is the help provided to a person who is developing a mental health problem, or who is in a mental health crisis. (eg., the person is suicidal or has had a traumatic experience). Like physical first aid, mental health first aid is given until a person receives professional help or until the crisis resolves.
Mental Health First Aid strategies are taught in evidence based training courses authored by Mental Heath First Aid (MHFA) Australia and delivered by accredited MHFA instructors across the country. Key Employment offers MHFA Courses (Standard MHFA edition 4) as authored by MHFA Australia, delivered by instructors who are currently accredited by MHFA Australia.
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