iTrain Safety

Mental Health First Aid Training

iTrain Safety provides various Mental Health First Aid Training and this type of training is in high demand due to the  growing health concern of mental health.
Statistics show that 1 in 5 Australians will experience it at some stage.
It can be difficult to spot when family member, friend or colleague is going through a challenging time and it is still surrounded in stigma.
Many people do not know what to say or how to offer advice when they do become aware of a persons’ mental health concerns.
When people see someone with a physical injury , they usually know the basics of how to offer first aid or assistance.
Mental health can be invisible until a person reaches a breaking point and then it is often daunting for those around them.
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) teaches people the skills to help someone who they’re concerned about.

MHFA Training Reasons

You may decide to undertake the training if you have a friend or family member who struggles with mental health concerns.
You may decide to enroll in a MHFA course for your workplace. Understanding what your colleagues and staff members may be facing will give you the skills and confidence to encourage early help seeking and being confident in how you can deal with those around you and assist them to seek professional help if it is required.
A workplace that is mentally healthy will have better productivity and staff retention. We offer courses that are online, face to face and blended – a mix of face to face and online.

In doing so iTrain Safety will be:

Courageous: we challenge the norm; continuously improve and create opportunities.

Agile:
we positively embrace and respond quickly to change through a flexible, proactive workforce that seizes opportunities.

Passionate:
we show pride, enthusiasm and dedication in everything that we do for our learners, our customers, ourselves and each other

Empowering: we trust and inspire people to do their best and believe in themselves. We are open to a diversity of ideas, approaches and points of view.