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Mental Health First Aid (UC Students)

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UC Medical and Counselling Centre are supporting the UC community by offering Standard Mental Health First Aid to UC students.

Led by a Licensed Instructor, Mental Health First Aid is a practical skills-based education program that equips people with the skills and confidence needed to recognise and respond to someone they know who may be experiencing a mental health problem or mental health crisis. Grounded in research and guided by the voice of lived experience, this course provides high-quality, safe and proven mental health first aid literacy and skills training to strengthen the support available to all Australians.

Please note: Mental Health First Aid is delivered by UC Medical and Counselling Centre in-person only.


  • The course on the 27th August is presented as a blended course: a self-paced, eLearning component and an face-to-face component.
  • This course is available to UC students only.
  • Location: UC Campus - Room 1C105
  • Breaks will be provided (food and drink not provided).
  • At the end of the course, participants can complete an online accreditation assessment to become an Accredited Mental Health First Aider.

If you have any questions or enquiries, please contact UC Medical and Counselling Centre on (02) 6201 2351.

Before registering for a course - please consider the following

- This training has an online section that must be completed beforehand, and a compulsory face to face session.
Both must be completed to receive certification.
- You will receive a voucher via email for your eLearning component. The vouchers are purchased and once we email them to you, they are unique to you and cannot be used by another student.
- This training is provided free to UC students, however their is a cost to the centre to provide this training, and therefore we require a commitment from all registered that they will attend on the day.

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