The Certificate IV in Mental Health is designed for individuals seeking to provide self-directed, recovery-oriented support to those affected by mental illness and psychiatric disability. This role involves the implementation of community-based programs and activities centred around mental health, mental illness, and psychiatric disability. You’ll work in diverse community settings, including non-government organisations, home-based outreach, centre-based programs, respite care, residential services, rehabilitation programs, clinical settings, and supporting individuals in employment.
Throughout this program, you’ll operate autonomously with guidance from experienced practitioners and professionals. To earn this qualification, you’ll also complete a mandatory 80-hour work placement, providing you with valuable hands-on experience in the field.