News | Posted on 21st Aug 2018
This new program delivered in partnership with the Mental Health Coordinating Council (MHCC) is designed to give students an introduction to the skills and knowledge of mental health peer work without the stress of assessment.
The program will introduce students to core principles and essential knowledge of peer work. Students will learn about the peer work role and what makes peer workers unique, learn about the importance of personal recovery, and build their skills to provide peer support to enhance a person’s recovery.
This is a 5 day activity-based program that allows for active and practical learning.