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Certificate IV in Mental Health Work (non-clinical)

 

Overview

This certificate is aimed at individuals who work with clients with mental health issues either in the way of service provision, health promotion, or implementing community interventions. Workers may be employed in a number of settings including community based organisations, residential rehabilitation services, and outreach services. There are 11 compulsory units in this course and three elective units. Some of the topics covered include: orientation to mental health work; assessing and responding to individuals at risk of self harm or suicide; and providing non-clinical services to people with mental health issues. To be eligible for this course, students must be of Aboriginal descent, aged 17 years or older, and have basic reading, writing, and maths skills.

Contacts

Marr Mooditj Foundation
295 Manning Road
Waterford WA 6152
Ph: (08) 9351 9344
Fax: (08) 9350 6830
Email: enquiries@marr-mooditj.com.auwe

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Last updated: 3 October 2012
 
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