RESILIENCE FIRST AID
RESILIENCE FIRST AID
Mental HeaLth CERTIFICATION
Be proactive about mental health.
2-Day Resilience First Aid mental health certification to learn critical skills to proactively support the mental health of other people.
Resilience First Aid is about being proactive – a preventative approach to mental health. Learn how to build mental fitness through a practical strength-based approach.
Join us in creating a movement to be proactive about mental health.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Resilience First Aid - Fully Online Certification
Start any time. 14 hours fully online self-paced learning to earn your Resilience First Aid Certification.
INSTRUCTORS & WORKSHOPS
OPEN WORKSHOPS – Attend a live workshop hosted by a certified instructor
|Tammie Horton||Zoom||17 & 31 Jan 2023||3 Jan 2023||Blended, Virtual||REGISTER HERE|
|Maryke Botes||Bentley WA 6102, Australi||21 & 28 Jan 2023||19 Jan 2023||Live, In Person||REGISTER HERE|
|Angela Harrison||Online||27 Jan & 10 Feb 2023||15 Jan 2023||Blended, Virtual||REGISTER HERE|
|Nikki Szabo||Central Coast NSW||8 & 22 Feb 2023||31 Jan 2023||Blended, Virtual||REGISTER HERE|
|Nikki Szabo||Central Coast NSW||8 & 22 Mar 2023||28 Feb 2023||Blended, Virtual||REGISTER HERE|
INSTRUCTOR LIST – Contact one of our qualified instructors to set up a Resilience First Aid workshop today.
- Nikki Szabo - Community, Education, Corporate
- Sue Liptrott - Community, Education, Corporate
- Debora Peake - Corporate, Community, Disability
- Bill Carson - Workplaces
- Dr Rhonda Emonson - Health, corporate, law, workplace conflict resolution
- Angela Harrison - Military and families, Small business, Organisational
- Thomas Pulleine - Security industry, Emergency services, Peer support, Defence industries
- Bjelkie Lansdown - All industry type and size
90% of people can benefit from increasing resilience skills which protect against mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety. Throughout the pandemic, this need has only increased.
This is how we can take a preventative approach to mental health – rather than waiting until people need professional treatment, we can start supporting each other to connect and build mental wellness proactively.
Resilience First Aid (RFA) as a mental health certification teaches you strength-based skills to build resilience in others. You will learn how to spot signs of low resilience, learn language to talk proactively, and skills that build resilience.
This is how you can become a responder that proactively supports the mental health of others.
What will you learn?
Learn how to proactively build mental wellness in people you care about
Learn how to support others through six resilience domains
Learn language to talk proactively about mental health
Learn how to respond when someone is struggling
Learn a strength-based model to become a source of hope
Learn how to connect meaningfully to support those around you
Resilience First Aid (RFA) is a 2-day mental health certification course. Training is available in multiple formats to suit your needs.
who is resilience first aid for?
RFA is a high-impact course that teaches you practical skills alongside the latest neuroscience of preventative mental health. As part of completing the RFA Responder course, you will receive:
Course fee: AU$575 (US$425)
Free shipping worldwide.
On completion of the course, you will:
Don’t wait until the people around you are struggling.
Take on the challenge now to build mental health proactively. This is how we can make a long term impact.
- Jurie Rossouw
A great way to get started:
Get the Resilience First Aid Kit
A great set of quality physical resources that make resilience tangible and fun to learn.
Ready to make a difference?
2-Day Resilience First Aid Certification Course
Get certified in the skills to proactively support resilience in others.
Free shipping Worldwide
Looking to scale proactive mental health?
Become a Resilience First Aid Instructor
Become a force for positive change through learning how to provide the certification course.
Mental health is being impacted more than ever throughout the pandemic. Treatment is not enough to change the tide. We need to be more proactive, taking a preventative approach.
For life-threatening emergencies, call 000 in Australia
For life-threatening emergencies, call 911 in the United States
For assistance with mental health and suicide, contact the Suicide Call Back Service in Australia – 1300 659 467
For international assistance on suicide, you can find a crisis call center here – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_suicide_crisis_lines
Additional services in Australia:
- QLife – 1800 184 527
- Mens Line – 1300 789 978
- Kids Help Line – 1800 551 800
- 1800Respect – 1800 737 732
- Lifeline – 13 11 14