You can see all available Blended MHFA courses here. These currently include:
- MHFA in the Workplace Course
- MHFA for Tertiary Students
- MHFA Course in the Pharmacy
- MHFA for Legal Professionals
- MHFA for Financial Service Professionals
- MHFA Youth
- Blended Youth Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander MHFA
- Blended Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander MHFA Community
- Blended MHFA Yarns
- Blended Community
If you have paid for your eLearning enrolment directly via the MHFA website, then you will also need to pay an Accredited MHFA Instructor a separate fee for delivery of the half day face-to-face session. Alternatively, you may be able to find an Instructor who is accredited to deliver the face-to-face session of a Blended MHFA course who incorporates both the eLearning and face-to-face delivery into their fee. If so, they will distribute your e-Learning voucher prior to attending their half day face-to-face session. You can find upcoming sessions for course component 2 on our course calendar here.
Please note, Mental Health First Aid Australia does not employ Instructors that it trains and accredits. Therefore, each accredited Mental Health First Aid Instructor has the autonomy and flexibility to set their own course fees. Course fees do vary for many reasons which can include: course type, individual Instructor qualifications and credentials, course venue, course location (metropolitan vs regional locations), course catering and course participant subsidies that may be available as a result of a community grant.
We recommend that all of our accredited Instructors charge modest fees for course participants on a sliding scale, however, independent Instructors must be able to able to cover their own costs whilst ensuring they deliver accredited Mental Health First Aid courses in accordance with the course curriculum provided, and the quality standards specified by Mental Health First Aid Australia.