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Mental Health First Aid Training Course
Psychological First Aid Training
SEN Peer Impact Network

Mental Health First Aid Training Course

teaching materials for Mental Health First Aid Training Course

Teaching materials for Mental Health First Aid Training Course


Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the help given to someone who is developing or experiencing a mental health crisis before he or she can obtain professional treatment.

If you would like to help your peers who are developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis, you can prepare yourself through enrolling in a MHFA training course.

Upon completion of this 12-hour training course, YOU WILL HAVE LEARNT:

  • 5 MHFA Action Plans
  • Basic knowledge about mental health problems & strategies to manage related crisis situations
  • Counselling services & other support on campus

A certificate recognized by the Mental Health Association of Hong Kong will be awarded to participants with FULL attendance.

MHFA1/21-22 MHFA2/21-22
Date: 24, 29 Sep, 6 & 8 Oct 2021  2, 4, 9 & 11 Nov 2021
Time: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Venue: 24 Sep & 8 Oct:
Convocation Room (MB218, 2/F, Main Building)

29 Sep & 6 Oct:
KKLG104, LG1/F, K.K.Leung Building

2 & 9 Nov:
Convocation Room (MB218, 2/F, Main Building)

4 & 11 Nov:
Room 302, 3/F, Chong Yuet Ming Amenities Centre

Format: Face-to-face
Language: Cantonese  English
Class size: 25 – 30
Fee: $400  $425
Note: This round of MHFA training is subsidized by a one-off special grant. The course fee will be refunded after you have signed in and attended the “ENTIRE” training.
Deposit: $100
Application deadline: 9 Sep 2021 (Thur)  18 Oct 2021 (Mon)


Psychological First Aid Training (PFA1/21-22)

“Helping Peers Affected by Traumatic Incidents: Basic Psychological Support”
Want to know more about the impact on people’s mental health brought about by traumatic events?
Want to help your friends who have traumatic experiences?
Want to provide psychological support to your peers more effectively?
If your answer is “yes” to any of these questions, this 2-hour training on psychological support is a workshop you can’t miss. The workshop will cover topics such as psychological reactions to traumatic events, introduction to Psychological First Aid (PFA), and basic principles and skills for facilitating psychological recovery.

At the end of the workshop, YOU WILL HAVE:

  • Known the psychological responses to traumatic incidents
  • Learnt the guiding principles of PFA and its applications
  • Practiced empathy as a way to providing psychological support to others

Date: 22 Dec 2021 (Wed)
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Format: Online workshop via Zoom
Language: English or Cantonese, depending on the participants
Class size: 50
Fee: Free
Deposit: Nil
Trainer: Clinical Psychologist of Hong Kong Red Cross
Registration: Click Here


SEN Peer Impact Network (SEN PIN)

SEN PIN is a vibrant student network that offers a range of service opportunities for students to work with people with disabilities or Special Educational Needs (SEN), creating an impact that extends beyond the campus.

Take part in “SEN PIN (Peer Impact Network)”, a service opportunity to foster mutual understanding between you and your peers with disabilities/Special Education Needs (SEN). Stay tuned for our recruitment via bulk email!