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Members of Aboriginal and Torres Strait communities face many challenges which can impact their health and wellbeing. An important aspect is the social and emotional wellbeing of all community members and how to develop a strong mind. 

This course will help provide some plans and pathways to help deal with social and emotional wellbeing for you, your family and community. 

Before you were able to log in today, you would have been sent a registration email. The email included a pre-training survey. The information we gather through our training surveys helps us learn how effective the lessons were and identify areas for improvement.

If you haven’t already, we ask that you complete the survey before getting started.

Now you’re ready to get started.

  1. This course has numerous lessons and topics. We encourage you to move through the order they appear in the menu.
  2. To move between topics, you need to click on the tab ‘mark complete’, this will allow you to move forward. Once you completed a topic you will see a tick appear in the menu and ‘complete’ appear at the top of the page.
  3. We have included 3 short quizzes in this course. You need to pass each quiz to complete the course. The questions relate to what you have read, seen and heard in the respective lessons. You can attempt each quiz as many times as you need. If you’re not sure about an answer, we encourage you to go back and review the lesson.

Many of us may know someone who may by living with mental illness, struggling with suicidal thoughts, or who may have died by suicide. Despite the strengths you have, we are not immune to the challenges. If there are moments throughout training or afterwards, we remind you to take care of yourself. So if you need to take a break from this course and come back, your progress will be recorded.

Much of the information in this program originated from the Australian Integrated Mental Health Initiative (AIMhi) NT.

The artwork featured throughout has been created by RRMH artist in residence, Margaret Chatfield (M Henry)