Mental Health in the Workplace

throughout Australia

Welcome to

Mental Health Training Australia

We specialise in providing mental health training programs for organisations striving to create and maintain a culture amongst their staff or members where it’s okay to talk about and then get help for any mental health issues they may be experiencing. Participants in our training leave feeling more equipped to notice when they and others might be struggling with their mental health and how to help source the support they need.

MHTA deliver face-to-face training anywhere in Australia.

More and more employers are realising the enormous benefits of educating their workforce in ways to better support each other, creating a psychologically safe work environment. People left unsupported and mental health issues left unresolved are the leading causes of disability in our workforce. Disability refers to increased time off work, lower productivity, and long term health issues which contribute to poor workplace culture, higher staff turnover, increased worker’s compensation claims. Find out how you can help minimise the impact on you, your team and organisation.

Mental Health Training Australia

Face-to-Face Mental Health Courses

Mental Health Training Australia deliver face-to-face courses for organisations and businesses across Australia, where we use your training or meeting room to deliver the course. 

This 2 day program provides the skills to help someone developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. First aid is given until appropriate professional treatment is received or until the crisis resolves.
Mental Health First Aid International formally recognises those workplaces that embrace MHFA training and make a commitment to supporting the mental health of their staff.

This course teaches participants, over two days, how to assist adolescents who are developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis.

This is a half-day alertness workshop that prepares anyone, regardless of prior experience or training, to become a suicide-alert helper.

Become an accredited MHFA’ider is a fantastic start but what is required is regular practice at having conversations using the ALGEE model.

Through our partnership with the Whole Food Institute we are able to provide training for your staff that will promote their physical wellbeing.
This one day program provides participants with the knowledge necessary to identify when someone may be experiencing the most common mental illnesses and the skills to begin a conversation with that person.
This is a 2-day interactive workshop in suicide first aid where participants learn to recognise when someone may be at risk of suicide and respond in ways that help increase their immediate safety and link them to further help.
This 60 to 90 minute program explores beliefs about suicide and suicide awareness. It is intended for all members of a community ages 15 and up.
Resilience is a much talked about topic – for good reason! Whether we can and how we bounce back when life sends us some inevitable challenges, plays a large role in maintaining our mental health.
This 1 day program has been specifically designed for staff engaged with customers or clients who may frequently become agitated, distressed or angry.

Why Mental Health Training Australia?

We are experts in the delivery of face to face mental health training offered to participants from a wide variety of organisations including public and private companies, government departments and agencies, high schools, not-for-profit organisations and community groups. Our focus is on delivering training tailored to the specific context and needs of your participants and organisation.

Contact us today to find out how you can arrange an on-site training program for your team.

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