These training courses and modules are for staff and clinicians working in the mental health sector

Available courses

Trauma Informed Engagement of Lived Experience Representatives

Mentorship builds a strong sense of belonging, non-judgemental guidance, understanding and peer to peer lived experience support. Speaking about past experiences can be cathartic, allowing you to feel truly heard. Group mentoring can also create a safe outlet to discuss and build a network of support amongst peers and a huge sense of belonging.This webinar is hosted by Simone Allan NSW Director LEA and Founder of The Mentor Evolution.You will be given insights into how to find a mentor, be a great mentor and learn from a mentor as a mentee. This webinar will be interactive and insightful and we aim to inspire you in your daily lives and give you some new inspiration as we move into a new year.

Incorporating Lived Experience Webinars

This webinar series supports staff, practitioners and hospitals to understand the benefits of, and develop strong consumer and carer inclusion, according to Standard 2. They are also offer great tips for other mental health organisations on how to engage with consumers and carers in service development, delivery and evaluation. 

Best Practice in Consumer and Carer Inclusion

These training modules aim to inform and support health professionals, providing practical guidance on how to involve consumers and carers in a meaningful ways into patient centred care models. 

Consumers and Carers are in the unique position of being able to provide valuable information and insight through their lived experience.

Earn 0.5 RANZCP CPD points per module or 2.5 CPD points for all 5 modules (Activity code: ED000031) and 5.0 ACMHN CPE points. 

Carer Partnership Standards

These six modules explore each of the partnership standards within the Practical Guide for Working with Carers of People with a Mental Illness. 

Recovery-oriented practice and service delivery recognises the unique role of
personal and family relationships in promoting wellbeing, providing care, and
fostering recovery across the life span, and recognises the needs of families and
support givers themselves. These modules and guide provide an overview of key strategies to support engagement with carers.