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Mental Health Victoria now offers a suite of training products aimed at the professional development of the mental health peer workforce. From Introductory five day courses through to a national qualification with a range of other professional development opportunities in between.
This five day training course is delivered from content taken directly from the Certificate IV Mental Health Peer Work and is an essential course for anyone wanting to understand the fundamentals of peer work. With content across five days including:
This course will provide you with the fundamental components to allow you to be an effective peer worker in any organisation.
In partnership with Wodonga TAFE (RTO 3097) MHV is offering a national qualification developed in conjunction with a steering committee of peers and organisations in the mental health field, this is the must have qualification for peer workers. Delivered over 18 months via Zoom, one day per month with weekly learning support sessions, you will learn a combination of skills and frameworks to implement into your workplace and inform your professional development.
For more information and to complete the Expression of Interest form, click here.
All of Mental Health Victoria’s professional development and short courses are suitable for peer workers. With a Senior Trainer (Peer Specialist) on staff, Mental Health Victoria ensures that all content is appropriate to the entire mental health workforce and in most instances is delivered by trainers with a lived experience and a variety of other qualifications.