On completion of this online ‘live’ workshop delivered by MHFA trainers you will attain:
A stand-alone, accredited and evidence-based course that will teach business advisors how to provide support to individuals who are experiencing a mental health crisis or developing a mental illness. Just like physical first aid and related courses, MHFA is applied until the crisis resolves or the person undertakes professional help.
• Be able to apply advanced and specialist communication skills to explore SME clients’ presenting concerns or business needs (both financial and psychosocial), establish their nature and depth, and the confidence to deliver difficult advice.
• Understand the components to self-awareness, emotional intelligence and communication barriers, and use strategies to overcome these barriers in the context of the client-advisor relationship.
• Develop the relationship-building skills to establish a long-term, trusted advisor relationship with SME clients.
Please Note: There can only be 5 people per group.
This event counts 14.0 hours towards your CPE requirements. You will be required to add this CPE to your CPE register following your participation in the workshop. CPE earned for these events will not automatically be added to your ICB CPE Log.
The course presenters are accredited mental health first aid trainers at Principal-master or master level, from Mentally Well Workplaces. You will be allocated a dedicated educator on acceptance into the program, with contact being made directly from your educator.
MWW educators are working in conjunction with Deakin Business School in this initiative.
Please register below to find out more information regarding the dates and times of meetings.