- Clinical specialist topics
- Guest Lecture Series
Many of us hear and see people living with mental distress. They are our family, friends and people in our network; school, work, church, sports etc.
The mental health of yourself and your colleagues in the workplace is everyone's responsibility and the effects of ill health are wide ranging.
In some countries, for example New Zealand, this shared responsibility is mandated in law and in others it is seen as an ethical and social responsibility.
This course teaches you about mental health and how to recognise mental distress. It recognises mental distress in the workplace and the ethical and legal responsibility of the employee. It helps to address the problem of mental ill health before it becomes an issue especially in the workplace and in the home.
This module is delivered online and is learner driven. There is no maximum time required to complete the set learning hours.
Estimated number of hours: 20 hours theory and counts for 15 hours of professional development hours. No assessment is provided.
The module is provided by Kalandra Education Group.
Should you wish to receive an electronic certificate at the completion of your study please contact email@example.com for this to be organised for you.
If you are a healthcare assistant in New Zealand wishing to upskill, please go to Kalandra Education Group’s website to see the NZQA approved programmes available to New Zealand Citizens and Permanent Residents.
Normal retail price: $240.00