Training for professionals
The Mental Health Commission aims to support the alcohol and other drugs sector, mental health and other human service providers to enhance their capacity to engage and respond effectively to people experiencing mental health, alcohol and other drug-related harms using evidence-based best-practice.
The Commission delivers training, develops resources including online learning, and works in partnership with agencies to implement a range of workforce development strategies.
Training is offered to professionals in the following areas:
- Alcohol and other drug training
- Community Program for Opioid Pharmacotherapy (CPOP) Training
- Mental health training
- Ways of Working with Aboriginal people
- Prevention training
- Prevention network
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) training
- Video conferencing
- Online learning
The Commission also funds the following organisations to deliver training:
- Perinatal mental health (King Edward Memorial Hospital)
- Mental health training (WA Association for Mental Health)
Training resources are also available here.
If you would like to see volunteer training or our Strong Spirit Strong Mind Aboriginal Programs training please visit those pages.