Basic Psychosocial Skills: Training for COVID-19 Responders
I am glad to inform you about this FREE online course and certificate - Basic Psychosocial Skills: Training for COVID-19 Responders , developed to support the mental health and wellbeing of first responders in the region by further developing a set of basic psychosocial skills in response to COVID-19. We hope the course will provide support for the mental health and wellbeing of first responders in the region.
“The training is timely and important during this time. We need to have more of this training”
This FREE course has been adapted from the IASC Basic Psychosocial Skills: A Guide for COVID-19 First Responders Guide, in collaboration with the World Health Organization Pacific Working Group.
“Thank you so much. I enjoyed the course and I would like to say that the course's instructional design was exceptional. Congratulations to the team!”
We had over 600 participants in the first few weeks from across the world.
If you have any additional questions, please don't hesitate to get in contact with the Centre whocc@...
Michele Rumsey FACN
WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Development,
WHO CC UTS: https://bit.ly/2TP0kqc @whoccmichele
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