Disability and Mental Health Awareness Training
Do your Staff interact with people with disabilities and mental illness during their ordinary work day?
If you or your staff work in retail, banking, hospitality and a range of other roles you probably do and you may not even know!
Disabilities and Mental illness present in a range of different ways and effect people differently!
Help your staff to improve their ability to interact with people with Disabilities and Mental illness.
Learn to recognise indicators of Disability and Mental Health issues.
Develop skills and knowledge to deal with clients, customers and others who may be suffering from Depression or Mental Health Issues.
Improve communication skills when interacting with persons with a Disability or Mental Health Issues.
Spectrum’s Disability and Mental Health awareness Course equips people with the skills and knowledge to be able to recognise the indicators of Disability and Mental Health Issues, communicate and interact with people suffering from Disability and Mental Health Issues and have knowledge of the resources available to assist these people.
The 1 Day course, which can be delivered as 2 half day courses, one focusing on Disability and one on Mental Health Issues are delivered by Spectrum’s highly experienced team of trainers, counsellors and support workers and is based on current best practice models, which have been proven through the use within Spectrum’s own Disability and Mental Health support services.
The courses are suitable anyone who deals closely with customers or clients, manages staff or works in environments where they are likely to encounter people with a Disability or Mental Health issue.
The investment per participant for Spectrum’s Disability and Mental Health Awareness Program is $245 for the single day course or $150 per person when run as ½ day courses.
For Group or Organisational rates or to know more please contact one of our Learning Consultants on 07 3881 3310 or fill out the contact form below and we will contact you as soon as possible.
Remember helping your staff to better interact with people with disabilities and mental illness is not just about respect and inclusion, it makes good business sense as well!