We see Front-lining roles as the people supporting anyone in the community whether this is a paramedic saving a person’s life, or a hairdresser being a trusted person that their customer can confide in. Right now, we know that some of the frontliners facing the toughest times are volunteers, supermarket workers, cleaners, social workers.
Our next opportunity for you to attend our Frontline-focused Mental Health First Response training course on the 28th and 29th May. Register your interest by Wednesday 20th May.
Please note: This is a remote session so you can be living anywhere in Aotearoa. You will need a laptop with Videoconferencing capabilities.
Interested in future courses? Register your interest below and we will let you know when the next opportunity is.
Mental Health First Response is a 1 day small group training. It delivers key understandings, skills, and practices so people can provide first response and co-care support for your wider community or workplace. This succinct and robust training enables you to respond quickly and effectively.
This course is made up of four 90min Phases
1. Mental Health Support Platforms | 90mins
This session creates a strong foundation for all understandings of best support practices.
2. CRISIS Response | 90 mins
This session develops your confidence to respond to mental health crises by understanding best practice.
3. CONVOS Support Framework | 90mins
This session guides you through a conversational framework to help you provide mental health support early.
4. Practice | 90mins
Build confidence by practicing the skills and applying it to your context in this session.
All sessions have:
Participatory learning approach
Individually completed digital workbooks
Visual, game-based and participant-led learning environment
Guided by highly skilled and experienced CoLiberate facilitators∙
CoLiberate’s acclaimed group experience model