Many Paths, One Meaningful Journey
MHCC develops flexible accredited training and professional development that responds to the evolving needs of the community mental health sector. Our training is informed by recovery oriented and trauma-informed practice principles and is delivered throughout NSW by highly experienced and dedicated trainers including those with a lived experience.
MHCC courses range from short professional development workshops to the popular Certificate IV in Mental Health and Mental Health Peer Work qualifications, designed and delivered to suit your requirements.
If you have identified a skills gap in your team, MHCC can design flexible training to assist. MHCC's range of professional development courses can be tailored around the unique needs of your organisation and the people you support.
If online learning better suits your needs, MHCC offers Capacit-e, for anyone interested in mental health recovery, the language of recovery and how to support recovery, presented in a convenient and easy-to-use platform.
Our professional development courses cover the most relevant and in-demand areas including Navigating the NDIS, Supported Decision-Making, Understanding Medication, Motivational Interviewing and Management of Workers with Lived Experience.
MHCC believes lived experience is a key driver of positive change across all mental health services and training programs.
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''Trainers use their own lived experience and are experts in recovery and creating a safe space for learning where all ideas are important and heard"
"Most of the assignments are completed during class time which means less work to take home"
"I always love MHCC training – it has piqued my interest in becoming a trainer myself"
"The trainer was so engaging and knowledgeable. She broke it down so it was easy to understand"
"This is information I will use in my work and in private life"