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Cert IV in Mental Health Peer Work applications closing soon

13
Sep, 2022

Are you interested in working as a mental health peer worker? Now's your chance - but you need to get in soon.

Developed by Mental Health Victoria and administered through Wodonga TAFE, the Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work (CHC43515) is an essential, nationally-recognised qualification to become a mental health peer worker.

This specialist course is specifically designed for workers who have lived experience as either a carer or consumer, and who work in mental health services in roles that support, mentor and advocate for consumers or carers.

To enrol in the program, you need to be currently workin in the sector at least one full day a week or, prior to commencement, have arranged a placement for a total 160 hours.

Applications close 31 January 2023. For more information, please contact Cheyenne Allen (course administration) at Wodonga TAFE on callen@wodongatafe.edu.au or email MHV at peerwork@mhvic.org.au

To enrol, visit the Wodonga TAFE enrolment portal

 

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