Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health first aid

When: 
Wednesday 26 June–Thursday 27 June 2019
Monday 12 August–Tuesday 13 August 2019
Thursday 31 October–Friday 1 November 2019
Where: 
Meeting room 8.02 (12 August 2019) and Meeting room 5.02 (13 August 2019) 1 William Street, Brisbane
Time: 
9:00am4:00pm

About

We invite DNRME employees and participants of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander career pathways service from other agencies to join us at the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mental health first aid training program.

This 2-day program is delivered by Gallang Place. It helps participants understand the challenges First Nation people face on a daily basis.

Learning outcomes

This course will outline the history of First Nation people and help you:

  • better understand the impact of intergenerational trauma
  • strengthen workplace culture
  • support First Nation people in grief and loss associated trauma
  • better manage and support First Nation people
  • understand mental health, and the effects of alcohol and other drugs
  • provide mental health first aid and greater awareness around suicide prevention.

Enrol or find out more

The training is provided by the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy.

DNRME employees

Limited spaces are available. Speak with your supervisor and HR representative.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander career pathways participants

This course is available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander career pathways participants. Limited spaces are available. To register or to find out more, please contact the career pathways team at careerpathways@psc.qld.gov.au.

Contact

Organiser: 
Department of Natural Resources
Mines and Energy