Health Webinar | Mental Health First Aid for Adults

23 Sep 2022 7:00 PM 7 hours

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Office Of Adult Education and Literacy

Health Expert

About this Webinar


This is a FREE WEBINAR on Health

Schedule : Sep 23rd 2022 Time: 7:00 pm IST

Is this a LIVE WEBINAR : yes, this will be a live webinar

Is this an ONLINE WEBINAR : yes, you can attend this webinar online by clicking on the Button "Go To Event"

About the Speakers : 

Office Of Adult Education and Literacy


About the Event :

Mental Health First Aid for Adults teaches people how to recognize signs of mental health or substance use challenges in adults ages 18 and older, how to offer and provide initial help, and how to guide a person toward appropriate care if necessary. Topics covered include anxiety, depression, psychosis, and addictions. This blended course will require participants to complete a 2-hour, self-paced online course prior to this 5.5 hour instructor-led virtual session. Following completion of the pre-work and the instructor-led session, participants will receive Mental Health First Aid Certification that is valid for three years before additional training is required (PD Hours: 7.5)

Hours of Workshop:

8:30-3:30 (30 minute lunch)

* Available Seats : 25 (once workshop is full, there will be no exceptions)

Items needed for workshop:

  • Zoom account.
  • Computer with a camera.
  • Reliable, high-speed internet connection.

Attendance Policy:

In order to earn professional development (PD) hours, attendance is required for 100% of the time scheduled and you must:

  • be engaged in the virtual workshop without any other simultaneous activity (including driving or riding in a car),
  • appear on camera throughout the entire workshop,
  • maintain professional conduct, and
  • participate equivalent to that of in-person workshops.

Note: EventBrite will email you a ticket with the workshop information and location for your records; you do not need to bring the ticket with you to the event. Questions? Please contact the DESE AEL office at 573-751-1249 or or