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QAMH Peer Work Scholarships - Round 3 Information Session

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Online Information Session 

Friday 5 April

10am - 11am AEST 

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This will be an opportunity to learn more about the scholarship package and the Cert IV Mental Health Peer Work. The Scholarships team will provide information on the application and assessment process, as well as the scholarship package available. 

Guest speakers from one of the Qld based training providers offering the Cert IV Mental Health Peer Work will also be available. The National Training Manager and Training Relationship Manager from Breakthru RTO will be available at this Information Session, to give an overview of the course and answer any questions you might have about enrolment. 

If you are successful in receiving a scholarship, you chose which training provider to study with. To support your research and choice of who to study with, we've prepared an overview of Qld based RTO's offering the Cert IV Mental Health Peer Work and their contact details here: https://www.qamh.org.au/schola...

This session will be recorded – if you cannot attend live, please register for the event and we will send you the recording after it takes place. 



About the Scholarships

The Peer Work Scholarships Program is an initiative of the Australian Government Department of Health. The Program aims to strengthen and grow the mental health and suicide prevention Lived Experience workforce by funding scholarships to support people to undertake the Certificate IV Mental Health Peer Work.

The Queensland Alliance for Mental Health (QAMH) has been contracted by the Queensland Mental Health Commission (QMHC) to lead the project to deliver the scholarships in Queensland.

There are 178 scholarship packages available in total throughout 2023-2024. The scholarship package includes:

  • Payment of up to $4000 (via invoice directly to your chosen Training Organisation) towards the course fees of a full time or part time course
  • Payment of up to $1000 to support attendance and study material for the full duration of the course
  • The opportunity to participate in additional mentoring and co-reflection sessions


Learn more about the Peer Work Scholarships on our website: https://www.qamh.org.au/schola...


Register your interest in the Peer Work Scholarships here: https://www.qamh.org.au/schola...




The Peer Work Scholarships Program is an initiative of the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care, commissioned by the Queensland Mental Health Commission and administered in Queensland by the Queensland Alliance for Mental Health.


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