Module 3: Integrating Technology in Professional Practice
This module identifies tools that are needed to deliver services via technology. It discusses issues of confidentiality and privacy in using technology with young clients and provides appropriate resources. The module demonstrates the use of a range of online tools to identify, assess and treat mental ill health problems in young people, including the use of psychoeducation and identifies and responds to challenges in using technology to deliver services, such as poor literacy skills and problems with internet access.
Developed by one of Australia’s leading child and adolescent psychologists, Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, and a team of experts, this world-first certificate is focused on how technology can be harnessed to provide best practice mental health and wellbeing care in the youth sector.
It offers an evidence-based curriculum, informed by innovative research by world-leading experts, as well as young people themselves.
Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health have partnered with the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre to deliver this online training.
The full certificate is 28 hours in length, consisting of four online modules of approximately seven hours each, plus additional reading and self-study. The cost of each module is $275 (inc GST) and the cost of the full certificate (all four modules) is $1100 (inc GST).
There are no expectations of prior learning to complete this course except the intention of working with young people (suitable for teachers, coaches, community workers, police officers etc).