Mental Health Awareness for Youth teaches participants to effectively support a young person who is suffering from an emergent or ongoing mental health issue or in a mental health crisis. Participants learn about adolescent development, the signs and symptoms of the common and disabling mental health problems in young people, where and how to get help when a young person is developing a mental illness, what sort of help has been shown by research to be effective. This training is particularly suitable for teachers and youth workers.
|Qualification:||Non-Accredited Training - Mental Health Awareness for Youth|
|Duration:||1 day (seven hours)|
|Enrolment Type:||Register Your Interest|
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Core - complete 1 subject
Mental Health Awareness for Youth
CIT Code: WELF501 Description: The purpose of this subject is to teach adults how to better assist adolescents (those aged between 12 and 18 years) who are developing a mental illness, experiencing a worsening of an existing mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. Prerequisites: Nil
|Certificate IV||Mental Health CHC43315|
|Certificate IV||Mental Health Peer Work CHC43515|
|Statement Attainment||Mental Health Co-existing Needs Skill Set CHCSS00102|
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