What Is Training and Consultation?
The training and consultation resources described in this section are designed to bridge science and practice by translating new research and clinical knowledge into tools that are useful for you.
Training and Consultation can help you incorporate new techniques and approaches, through state-of-the-art tools/resources to support people in mental health recovery, achieve the kind of housing, employment, education and community they want.
Who is Training and Consultation for?
Regardless of your country or region, we provide training and consultation for a range of stakeholders such as:
- Agency, system administrators
- Practitioners across disciplines, employment specialists
- Peer providers, peer support workers, peer advocates or associations
- Family members, associations
- Faculty, educators
Featured Training Resource: New Webinar Series
Making Sense of Employment Research (MSER) webinars highlight employment research published in the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal. Each webinar will be designed to discuss a recently published study in a clear and relevant way, even if you know little or nothing about research.View Webinars
Training and Consultation helps me ...
Learn what the techniques and approaches are
Become informed through training designed to increase your awareness and understanding of topics in the field of recovery and psychiatric rehabilitation practice and research.
Learn how to deliver these techniques and approaches
Develop your ability and expertise in delivering new interventions, techniques or in the use of new tools to help the people you serve/support.
Learn how to teach others to deliver, or supervise the delivery of, these techniques and approaches
Learn how to train others effectively, in recovery and psychiatric rehabilitation. Learn the skills of providing effective supervision in these topics.
Get help in implementing these techniques and approaches within your organization, association or system
Get technical support for policy, procedures, personnel or other infrastructure issues that arise in embedding and sustaining recovery-oriented services, interventions, techniques or tools, within your organization, association or system.
Learn to help others to implement these techniques
Learn the skills of providing consultation to recovery-oriented services.
Available Training Programs
Learn more about training programs in Vocational Recovery, Psychiatric Rehabilitation, and Promoting Recovery; and the ways you can be trained in them.
In this section, you can search for other national resources which also provide training on employment topics.Training Programs
There are many Training and Consultation opportunities for learning online including: Self-Paced Online Courses, Webcasts and Webinars, Blended Learning Courses and Online Supervised Practice.Start Learning Now
Check out the Frequently Asked Questions page for the Training and Consultation Division to find out more about practicalities like where training is conducted and how long training or consultation takes.Frequently Asked Questions