Study Mental Health Courses Online
What is Mental Health?
Mental health is a state of wellbeing that affects how we think, feel and act. A person with good mental health can realise their potential, cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively and make a contribution to their community. However, 45% of Australians aged 16-85 experience a mental health condition in their lifetime. This can be caused by a range of factors, including life experiences, family history, stressful circumstances or individual factors like low self-esteem. Mental health services provide care and support to people with mental health problems, whether they’re going through a tough time or have a serious mental illness.
Why Study Mental Health?
Our courses give you the qualification you need to become a mental health support worker, helping people affected by mental health problems, mental illness and psychiatric disability. You’ll learn how to counsel clients, refer them to other community services, advocate on their behalf and deliver education that promotes health and wellbeing.
Studying mental health courses online at National College Australia opens up a range of career pathways, from entry level roles caring for clients, to leadership and management roles developing programs for people with a mental illness. The growing awareness of mental health and increase in services across Australia make this a smart choice at any stage of your career.
Your Career Pathway
There are many different career pathways you can take in the mental health sector. Below are just a few of the job roles available once you graduate from National College Australia. Not sure which one is right for you? Our team will help you choose the right course and guide you every step of the way
Qualifications - Certificate IV Level
Qualifications - Diploma Level
*University Pathway to Charles Sturt University
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