YMHFA Training: Impact
March 29 @ 8:30 am - March 30 @ 5:00 pm$150.00
This Youth Mental Health First Aid Training is a made up of two face to face training days. Attendance at both days is mandatory. The training is run by Fiona Gardner, a liscensed Youth Mental Health First Aid Instructor.
Day One: 29th March 2023. Day Two: 30th March 2023. Both days are being held on level 1, Morling College.
Cost includes morning tea and lunch. As well as a Youth Mental Health First Aid Manual.
The training focuses on the 5 main issues in regards to youth mental health: depression, anxiety, psychosis, eating disorders and substance abuse. You will be equipped in how to interact and respond with a teen who has a mental health problem or crisis. You will leave the training feeling prepared and confident in not only your knowledge on mental health issues, but how to open up conversations and support someone with a mental health problem and how to respond in a crisis. This training, once completed, gives you a three year, nationally recognised certification as a Youth Mental Health First Aider.
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
Ensuring the health and safely of all attendees and complying with ongoing COVID-19 physical distancing restrictions remain high priorities. We have put in place a number of precautionary measures:
- The maximum number of tickets available for the training is capped at 22.
- Attendees must sit in the same seat and activity groups for the duration of the day.
- Hand sanitiser will be readily available at mutilple points throughout the building.
If you have cold/flu like symptoms or have a positive rapid antigen test, please contact Fiona and do not attend the training.
Terms and Conditions
The Baptist Association of NSW/ACT does not accept responsibility for any losses incurred, including but not limited to, transport and accommodation booked for the event. The Baptist Association of NSW/ACT reserves the right to change any of the published event details without notice and have the final say on any matter relating to the event.
The Baptist Association of NSW/ACT understands circumstances change and offer the following alternatives to assist you should you need to alter your registration. Cancellations and refund of payments can be arranged by writing to The Baptist Association of NSW/ACT before Monday 20th March. No refunds will be issued after this date, unless you have a positive covid test result. The Baptist Association of NSW/ACT can allow for special consideration of your circumstances in regards to this policy. If this is the case, please contact The Baptist Association of NSW/ACT to discuss your circumstances.
How we collect, hold, use and disclose information about you is important to us. The purpose of collection, holding, use and disclosure of the information is to fulfill the ministry and administrative functions of the Association. We also collect your information to administer your registration for events and invite you to events. If you do not provide your information, we may not be able to do this. We may communicate with you for these purposes by email or mail, which you can unsubscribe to at any time by writing to us. We may share our information collected with other Baptist Churches, affiliated organisations and hosts of events you are attending. Your individual information can be accessed by contacting the Privacy Officer by writing to Level 4, 5 Saunders Close Macquarie Park NSW 2113. If you believe a correction is required, please contact us. By submitting this form you consent to us using and disclosing your personal information and contacting you as described above. For further information, refer to our website NSW/ACT Baptists.