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    Support Act Mental Health First Aid Face to Face Adelaide Programs

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    Face-to-Face Standard Mental Health First Aid Sessions Adelaide

    Workshop for 2023:

    Thur 2 March 2023 at 10am-3pm [Sold out]

    Tue 13 June 2023 at 10am-3pm

    Support Act are offering the nationally-accredited Mental Health First Aid training alongside the Workplace Wellbeing Check-in.

    Mental Health First Aid is the nationally accredited training for individuals and teams to be able to effectively respond to mental health issues.

    You'll learn how to:
    + Recognise common mental health issues
    + Provide initial help using a practical, evidence-based Action Plan
    + Respond in a Mental Health crisis situation
    + Seek appropriate professional help

    Online Mental Health First Aid is available for free (normally $330) thanks to Support Act.

    This training is designed for those who work professionally in the music industry.

    If you'd like to know more about this initiative and Support Act's work, please contact Katja at

    You will receive:
    + A Mental Health First Aid Manual (online or via post)
    + Access to the Mental Health First Aid Australia eLearning training (approx 6 hours)
    + Two Live Online Workshops with expert facilitators (two 2.5 hour online workshops)
    + A Certificate of Accreditation (if you complete all the components) 


    Sound good? Here's how to get involved:
    1. Book your spot (Select the dates/times you would like participate in the two Live Online Workshops and if you want a Hard Copy and Digital Manual, or just a Digital Manual)
    2. Complete your Self-Paced Online Learning (We'll email it to you 2 weeks before your workshop starts) 
    4. Attend the face-to-face workshop (5 hours)
    5. Complete your Accreditation Assessment (15 multiple choice questions)
    6. Receive your Certificate of Accreditation (Valid for 3 years)

     All participants receive access to the digital copy of the manual.

    MakeShift is an education and support agency committed to creativity and mental health.  In the past 7 years, over 10,000 people have taken part in over 300 workshops. MakeShift has worked with organisations like Atlassian, Quickbooks, Hub Australia, AAM and AMP. 

    Any questions about the Mental Health First Aid training? Give MakeShift a shout on

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