Mental Health First Aid — 2-day Event
The Royal, in partnership with the Mental Health Commission of Canada, is proud to add the Mental Health First Aid Canada Course to its public and professional education catalogue.
Our team of mental health first aid instructors has been selected for their knowledge of mental health and their skill in delivering course content. They have been trained by and maintain their certification through the Mental Health First Aid Canada Program.
Mental Health First Aid Basic is a 12-hour training course that focuses on the following: substance-related disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorder, psychotic disorders, eating disorders and deliberate self-injury.
Mental Health First Aid is the help provided to a person developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The first aid is given until appropriate professional treatment is received or until the crisis is resolved. The concept is based on the model of medical first aid. Mental Health First Aid is an evidence-based course developed in Australia by Betty Kitchener and Professor Tony Jorm. The course has been formally evaluated and shows a number of benefits:
Everyone can benefit from Mental Health First Aid Canada: members of the general public, teachers, health service providers, university students, emergency workers, frontline workers who deal with the public, volunteers, human resources professionals, employers and community groups.
The Mental Health First Aid Canada course teaches people to:
After completing the Mental Health First Aid Canada course, participants will receive a Mental Health First Aid Canada Certificate. Participants are also provided with the first aid package, which covers the course content and provides additional resources. Participants must attend all 12 to 14 hours of the course to receive their certificate.
This is a 2-day event
Thursday, January 16 and Friday, January 17, 2019
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Click here to register.