Mental Health - Online Learning Experiences

Mental health is dynamic – meaning it can change over time in response to different circumstances and stressors.

There’s a wide range of support options available to assist you, from enhancing whole school mental health practices to responding to complex student needs and situations including self-harm and suicidal ideation. These include:

  • tailored advice and school-based consultancy support
  • face-to-face and virtual professional learning opportunities
  • a series of online modules (see details below)
  • a range of planning tools and resources.

Explore the online module options below in more detail or contact a member of the Student Services team to discuss options for accessing our other tailored supports.

Pathways through the Online Learning Experiences:


Suggested Modules

Introduction to Promoting and Protecting Wellbeing and Mental Health will support you to better understand wellbeing and mental health in students across a range of developmental stages.

It will provide an overview of the types of indicators that may identify where on a wellbeing and mental health continuum a student might be sitting and outline evidence-based actions educators can take to support wellbeing and mental health.

Mental Health: Universal Supports will increase your general understanding of mental health. It will assist you to understand key concepts related to whole school supports, that promote wellbeing and mental health for all students. Information to assist with identifying the early signs of possible mental health difficulties will also be presented.

Mental Health: Targeted Supports will help you to identify emerging signs of possible mental health difficulties in students, or those in need of extra support. It will highlight the importance of ensuring timely implementation of supports and adjustments in accordance with school processes and referral pathways.

Mental Health: Intensive Supports will assist you to understand the types of assessments and adjustments that will benefit students requiring intensive support.

 It will help you to signpost to external professionals when responding to risk, harm, or critical incidents.