Professional Practice for Peer Workers: a five day professional development course
Joint Winner: 2013 TheMHS Silver Award in Education, Training or Workforce Development
For people with a lived experience of mental illness and recovery who are thinking of doing peer support work. The course will introduce all the key skills necessary to do this vital work. Candidates must already work or study in the mental health field.
The course covers nine areas:
- Peer support mental health recovery principles
- Effective listening
- Searching for the flame
- Moving forward in the journey
- Ethics, values and boundaries
- Cultural competency
- Medication and treatment
- Structuring the environment for recovery
- Sharing and networking.
Here’s what people say about the course:
"Since doing Mind's peer work course I’ve loved being in this role and I constantly refer to the workbook that you produced to guide my practice."
"The training gave clarity to our roles as peer support workers. We shared experiences with others with similar backgrounds. I was respected, understood and felt safe.”
Download the Professional Practice for Peer Workers: a five day professional development course flyer - This course has been postponed due to coronavirus public health measures, however it will be offered again in future. To have your name added to the waitlist for this course, please email email@example.com and we’ll be in touch once new dates are available.
If you would like any more information about this course, we’d be delighted to help. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on (03) 9455 7923.
Mind Mandt Training Academy
Mind Australia has established a Mandt Training Academy to support the need for human services to provide emotional, psychological and physical safety to those who receive and provide services.
The Mandt System focuses on building the relationships between all stakeholders in human service settings to create and sustain the culture and attitudes needed to deliver quality services.
The Mandt system is comprised of three levels: relational, conceptual and technical with all aspects underpinned by trauma informed care, positive interactions and managing conflict.
The Mandt system aligns to NDIS quality and safety standards including behaviour support.
Taking a train the trainer approach Mind, with Mandt Faculty Supervisor Nikki Wince (USA), is delivering training that will support you to train your staff in the Mandt system.
- Relational, Conceptual and Technical: 4 days and $2500 plus GST
- Relational and Conceptual: 3 days and is $1900 plus GST
- Relational: 2 days and is $1300
For more information or to book, contact Leanne Lilley, General Manager Complex Care / SIL Queensland on 0418 626 669 or Leanne.email@example.com
Download the Mandt Training Academy brochure