It's estimated that untreated mental health conditions cost Australian workplaces approximately $10.9 billion per year

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Standard Mental Health First Aid (workplace) 

A mentally healthy workplace is one that understands that work can play a large role in an individual’s mental health and that mental health problems can have a huge impact on an individual. Mentally healthy workplaces promote education and adopt policies and practices that create a culture of care where employees are encouraged to talk openly about mental health. Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Australia training has been identified as one of the key strategies to lessen the impact of mental health problems on productivity and many workplaces use MHFA training as the foundation for their mental health strategy.

Mental health problems covered

• Depression and anxiety

• Eating disorders

• Psychosis

• Substance use problems

Mental health crises covered

• Suicidal thoughts and behaviors

• Non-suicidal self-injury

• Panic attacks

• Traumatic events

• Severe psychotic states

• Severe effects from alcohol or other drug use

• Aggressive behaviors

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Delivery methods there are 3 options

Face to face: engaging and popular, there is no pre-study required and generally runs over 2 x 6-hour sessions.

Blended online : 3-4 hours of pre-study (online) followed by a face-to-face session total 6 hours.

Fully online : 3-4 hours of pre-study (online) followed by 2 x online sessions at 2.5 hours each. Very popular for those with multiple locations or in a remote location.

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