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Mental Health First Aid Training

Thursday 4 July 2024

Worldwide stress and anxiety seems to be at an all time high - it's time to upskill to be able to offer first aid for a mental health problem.

With the current unpredictable climate, it is more important than ever to look after our own mental health and that of those around us. 

Over 2 in 5 (44% or 8.6 million) Australians aged 16-85 suffer from a Mental Health condition each and every year - with over 3,000 taking their own life annually as a result. Suicide is the leading cause of death among people aged 15-44 in Australia.

While asking are you ok? is a great place to start, many of us don’t know the warning signs of a developing or worsening mental health problem and don’t feel equipped enough to say something if we do notice something is wrong. 

Scheduled Training Dates

Standard Mental Health First Aid Training

17-18 July 2024 (Face to Face) - Hailey Robinson - Book Here!

24-25 September 2024 (Face to Face) - Hailey Robinson - Book Here!

207 Richmond Road, Richmond SA 5033

For more information and to register, please click here or contact 08 8352 6344 or email

Adult Mental Health First Aid Training

Equips adults with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to recognise, understand and respond to a friend, family member, co-worker, or another adult, experiencing a mental health problem or mental health crisis.

12 hour (2 day) Mental Health First Aid Course

These courses are delivered by nb&a group’s accredited instructors Natalie Bottroff, Kate Collins or Hailey Robinson. 


The benefits are immeasurable however do include:

  • Effective mental health awareness and literacy
  • Early intervention strategies
  • Evidence based management
  • An action plan for how to recognise, respond and promote recovery.

MHFA provides participants with the skills to recognise a mental health crisis, respond appropriately and support the individual to recover through positive health and return to work outcomes.

You can access more information by clicking here to view the site. 

Or, contact us today for more information via email or phone 08 8352 6344.