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Mental Health FIFO Worker (full day)

IFAP’s Mental Health FIFO course is a practical and interactive session. The course is designed to demonstrate the importance of maintaining mental health as well as our physical health. Offering insight into some of the triggers for stress, addressing some of the myths and stigmas attached to mental health and providing participants with the knowledge and confidence to address this difficult topic by offering useful tools and information.

  • Duration: 1 day
  • Dates: See below
  • Location: North Lake
Price: $355.50 Member / $395 Non-Member See IFAP Member Prices

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According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, one in five Australians may experience poor mental health.  However, only a third of the individuals seek support and assistance. With these numbers projected to increase over the coming years for FIFO workers, there is a current need to bridge the gap and connect with people, ensuring all Australians are living their lives to the fullest in a healthy and safe environment without suffering emotional distress.

IFAP have worked in collaboration with Subject Matter Experts and Psychologists – Working Life, specifically on Mental Health in the FIFO sector and aim to deliver realistic and approachable evidence based solutions that allow individuals to grow. When individuals grow, organisations grow!

We are passionate not only about Mental Health but also Mental Wealth, ensuring individuals understand the full range of the mental health continuum from Mental Illness and being unwell to thriving in a mentally healthy workplace that is positive.

IFAP provide further information on where you can obtain support from organisations.

The course covers:

  • FIFO Mental Health
  • What is Mental Health – myth busting the facts from fiction
  • Common Mental Health illnesses – the signals and how to help yourself and support others
  • Techniques to cope, manage and thrive
  • Depressive and Bipolar Disorders
  • Substance use and disorders
  • Workplace risks factors and how to identify them
  • Gain an understanding of workplace mental health and suicide
  • Mental Health Conversations

Whether you, a family member, friend or work colleague  is affected by mental health, we believe it is vital that FIFO workers are equipped with the knowledge and tools to help themselves and support others and understand how to overcome mental health challenges.

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Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance

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