Settlement, social service and health care providers across Canada are invited to enrol in this self-paced, online course on the mental health needs and considerations for Syrian refugees. The course and community of practice feature an inter-professional panel of experts, on hand to answer practice questions.
This training is part of the Refugee Mental Health Project, developed at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and addresses the unique needs of refugee populations with specific focus on Syrian refugees.
About the course:
This course runs for a period of six weeks. During this time, you will have access to the online course materials 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to complete the course at your own pace. There are two versions of the course. One is tailored to the needs of settlement workers and social service providers and the other to health care providers. For more information, please read the information and Frequently Asked Questions on our website
Course participants will also receive access to the national online Community of Practice (CoP), resource toolkit, monthly webinar series and other project activities.
Course registration is free thanks to funding from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
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