Hearten Up Wangaratta
CURRENT PARTICIPANTS: Select your 2 x video conference sessions
If you have successfully completed your eLearning component and received your digital certificate from Mental Health First Aid Australia, well done and congratulations: you’re halfway to becoming a certified mental health champ 🙂
You now need to select which group to join, based on the TWO live video conference sessions you will participate in (each session is 2.5 hours).
The group (you select which one works best for you) day/time options are based on providing as much variety of choice as possible. We know people are already committed to work, family, and other activities on varying days and times, so based on indications of availability we received from many of you, we’ve tried to cover everyone’s preferences.
Some things to note before you select your group number:
- You MUST have completed the eLearning component before your first session starts.
It’s ok to register before you’ve finished, but you need to have successfully completed it before session 1.
- Each session is required to have a minimum of 6 participants, with a maximum of 12 [these limits have been set by the course accreditation body Mental Health First Aid Australia].
Sessions are automatically capped at 12, but we’ll keep an eye on the minimums and may need to change/combine some sessions if fewer than 6 people are registered to join.
If none of these days and times work for you, we may be able to add extras. Email email@example.com if you can’t make any of these sessions at all and we’ll see what we can do.
Once you’re registered, you’ll received a ticket via email for each of your group’s two sessions. The Zoom link for each is different, so make sure you click on the right one on the right day 🙂
Really looking forward to seeing you soon!
Funding Partner: The Grit and Resilience Program
We are absolutely rapt to share that through a partnership with The Grit and Resilience Program, funding is being provided to cover the overhead costs for the self-paced eLearning component.
The Grit and Resilience Program see this program as an opportunity for us to build strength, knowledge and connection with each other, as we make our community even better together.
Delivering this for free for you was always our plan and promise, and I’m incredibly grateful to The Grit and Resilience Program for believing in and supporting this work for the community.