IN AN EMERGENCY CALL 000 or go to your nearest hospital Emergency Department
The Rural Adversity Mental Health Program does not provide Emergency Services.

Training

Do you come across distressed people in the community or at work?

Want to know more about how, where and when to find help for mental health concerns?

We provide education and training to individuals, communities and service providers aimed at supporting and linking community members to mental health support.

These courses include:

Community Support Skills (CSS)
Workplace Support Skills (WSS)
Heavy Industry Support Skills (HISS)
Wellbeing and You
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)
Volunteer Wellbeing
Getting Through the Dry

As experienced mental health trainers, RAMHP Coordinators also provide tailored mental health education sessions in response to local needs. Contact us on ramhp@newcastle.edu.au for more information or call +61 2 6363 8444.

Feedback on our Training:

We receive feedback from participants at the end of all our training sessions and, if consented, a month after completion. This is what participants have said about our training:

“I am extremely grateful for the free training and [instructor] was fantastic and very approachable. I have been encouraging everyone I know working in the community services sector to do the training if the opportunity presents itself. Thank you RAMHP!”

“It was very helpful and dispelled a lot of myths. It also gave insight into the number of people with a mental health issue, and the amount and type of assistance available”.

“I found this the best mental health session I have attended in the last 7 years”.

“The training did make me aware of another service that was available and I am now using that service”.

“This training should be mandatory for everyone! More people need to be aware of mental health and how to deal with issues”.

The results of our training evaluation can be viewed here.

 

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