Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work

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Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work

TAFE SA are pleased to offer the Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work CHC43515 in 2017, for people currently working in designated consumer or carer peer work roles (paid or unpaid).

Training will be delivered and assessed by SA’s qualified Peer Champions, each of whom has extensive sector experience, Lived Experience as either a consumer or carer and the most up to date knowledge of this unique qualification.

For detailed course/fee information and to apply, please visit the following link. Applications are open for a limited time:


Concession will be available for people who hold a valid Health Care or Pension Card. VET Fee Help is not available for this course; payment by instalment options can be discussed with TAFE SA. All participants will be given a fee sheet and payment options when they receive course counselling.

For general questions about the course, please contact TAFE SA:

Sharon Wollaston: 0411 026 104
Kylie Arthur: 8391 7303 (Monday, Wednesday and Thursday)

Download the course brochure here:

Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work 2017

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