SA Mental Health Training Centre eLearning
The SA Mental Health Training Centre recommends the following eLearning websites for health professionals.
Mental Health Professional Online Development (MHPOD)
Mental Health Professional Online Development is an eLearning website that provides free access to a range of professional development tools and online learning material based on the National Practice Standards for the Mental Health Workforce.
The platform has more than 70 one-hour lessons, videos, audio, checklists and templates. Training covers different mental health topics including recovery, cultural awareness and eating disorders.
It caters to different learning styles, including self-directed learning, hour-long modules, micro-learning to help people learn on the go, and self-assessment tools.
Users can track their activities and earn Continuing Professional Development points.
To sign up or log in, visit the Mental Health Professional Online Development (MHPOD) Program.
National Outcomes and Casemix Collection (NOCC) measures training
The National Outcomes and Casemix Collection measures contribute to the development of clinical practice, aiming to improve the quality of care for consumers of Australia’s public sector mental health services.
Outcome measures can assist consumers in considering options for their care and treatment, and support the development of a therapeutic relationship between clinicians and consumers.
The measures can be used by clinicians to:
- monitor the progress of the consumer
- evaluate the effectiveness of treatments
- assist decisions about clinical practices.
The outcome measures can also be used by team leaders and managers to:
- better understand the needs of consumers
- plan for allocation of resources
- identify where service improvements are required.
The Australian Mental Health Outcomes and Classification Network (AMHOCN) provides online training for people working in mental health services about the measures that make up the NOCC.
To access the online training, visit the AMHOCN website.