The Graduate Certificate in Mental Health is for allied health and social care professionals who want to increase their specialist knowledge and employment outcomes in the field of mental health.
Developed with the latest industry standards in mind, it will prepare you to work within a range of health settings and disciplines. You will access current and clinically relevant, evidence-based knowledge and learn from leading and clinically active mental health academics from the internationally recognised School of Health and Human Sciences.
To qualify for entry into the Graduate Certificate, all applicants must:
If you are a registered nurse, you could also be eligible for the Graduate Certificate in Mental Health Nursing. Find out more about Rules Relating to Awards and Specific Award Rules.
We may recognise and grant credit for past education, qualifications and/or work experience in a process called advanced standing. If you're eligible for advanced standing, this can impact the number of units you need to study, reducing the time and cost of your overall degree.
Find out more about applying for advanced standing.
Lay the foundation with skills and knowledge needed to be well-rounded mental health professional.Contemporary mental health focus
Learn from clinically active academics and gain a contemporary understanding of emerging trends in mental health care.Develop an evidence-based practice
Develop skills through evidence-based theories and knowledge that can be applied immediately in practice or hospital setting.