The Mental Health Commission offers online learning for Western Australian based professionals and students over the age of 18 years, who are interested in increasing their knowledge about mental health, alcohol and other drugs for their professional development.
Unless otherwise stated these online courses are not accredited.
Mental Health Professional Online Development program
We provide funding for the Mental Health Professional Online Development program, an evidence-based online learning resource for people working in mental health. The program is for nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, psychiatrists and psychologists working in mental health in Australia, particularly those in their first two years of practice in Australian clinical mental health services. It is also expected that general practitioners (GPs), consumer workers, carer workers, Aboriginal health workers, and other allied health workers will also find it useful.
Mental Health Act 2014 training courses
- Mental Health Act 2014 Training for Clinicians
- Mental Health Act 2014 Training for Consumers and Carers
- Mental Health Act 2014 Training for Referring Practitioners
- Mental Health Act 2014 Training for Transport Officers
If you are experiencing difficulties accessing this package please contact (08) 6553 0600 or email@example.com
Alcohol and Other Drug training courses
- Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Online *NEW*
- Introduction to Alcohol and Other Drugs: Part One *NEW*
- Needle and Syringe Programs Online
- Naloxone online *NEW*
If you are experiencing difficulties signing up or logging into these packages please contact (08) 6553 0560 or AOD_elearning@mhc.wa.gov.au
Community Program for Opioid Pharmacotherapy (CPOP)
Training for Community Program for Opioid Pharmacotherapy (CPOP) service providers involved in the provision of methadone and buprenorphine treatment in WA for people dependent on opioids is coordinated through the Community Pharmacotherapy Program (CPP).
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