Youth Mental Health First Aid Course at SHINE

SHINE SA, March 2017

Learn skills and gain confidence to assist young people experiencing mental health problems or crises.

If you have frequent contact with young people at work, or you are the parent of a young person, this course will help you:

  • identify the signs of mental health problems
  • know how and where to get help
  • understand what sort of help has been shown to be effective

Course Outline

Delivered by an accredited and experienced instructor, this course covers topics including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, substance use as well how to provide help and first aid in a mental health crisis such as suicidal thoughts.

This course is the latest edition (4th edition, released in 2017).

Course Details

By completing the online assessment after the course, you will receive a Certificate of Accreditation valid for 3 years.

Location: SHINE SA, 64c Woodville Road, Woodville

Catering: Lunch is not provided in order to keep costs down. Please bring your own lunch, or there are several delis and cafes close to the venue if you wish to buy your lunch.

Course Cost

$160 (student discount of 10% available) – includes a copy of the Youth Mental Health First Aid manual

Course Dates

Date start: 03 May 2017
Date end: 04 May 2017

Date start: 31 August 2017
Date end: 01 September 2017

 

  • Enrol here
  • For more information, please contact Zac Cannell on
    1300 794 584 or zac.cannell@shinesa.org.au

 

Exciting new program starts this month: HOW2 create a LGBTI inclusive service

SHine SA, September 1 2016

Have you heard all the buzz around Rainbow Tick Accreditation or ever considered how your organisation ensures it is inclusive of diversity? Perhaps you have organisational goals or targets regarding diversity and inclusion and are looking for ways to achieve these? Are you looking for ways to improve the safety and quality of your services to the community?

The HOW2 program was created to guide organisations through a range of practical steps and activities to increase their knowledge, capacity and understanding in relation to LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex) cultural safety and inclusion. It also supports organisations who are looking to achieve Rainbow Tick Accreditation, joining the growing number of organisations who are taking up this opportunity across the nation.

South Australia’s first How2 program starts this month on 22nd September: we still have places left!

HOW2 create a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) inclusive service

SHine SA, August 2016

EXCITING NEW PROGRAM FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA: HOW2 create a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) inclusive service 

Have you heard all the buzz around Rainbow Tick Accreditation or ever considered how your organisation ensures it is inclusive of diversity? Perhaps you have organisational goals or targets regarding diversity and inclusion and are looking for ways to achieve these? Are you looking for ways to improve the safety and quality of your services to the community?

The HOW2 program was created to guide organisations through a range of practical steps and activities to increase their knowledge, capacity and understanding in relation to LGBTI cultural safety and inclusion. It also supports organisations who are looking to achieve Rainbow Tick Accreditation, joining the growing number of organisations who are taking up this opportunity across the nation.

South Australia’s first program starts in September, book your organisation’s place today!