MaPS provides a range of training and resources to promote mental health and wellbeing at work. Popular courses provided through the Professional Development Program include:
- Dealing with Conflict and Difficult Behaviour
- Constituency Management
- Accidental Counsellor
- Cultural Appreciation training
- Share our Pride e-learning
- SBS Inclusion Program
Log into MOP(S) Learning to view the full range of training currently on offer.
The Education Team are available to consult with staff and offices who have particular needs to assist in finding quality, fit for purpose solutions. Contact the team at MOPSTraining@finance.gov.au.
Safe and Respectful Workplace (SRW) Training
The SRW training program will support you to understand your rights and responsibilities in the workplace, what constitutes unacceptable behaviour and how to respond to serious incidents when they occur. Register here.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
EAP offer training packages for individuals and groups. Topics include conflict, change, resilience, leadership, communication and mental wellbeing. The training can also be delivered by a First Nations Person and tailored to the needs of you or your office. Please reach out to the WHS team on MOPSWHS@Finance.gov.au or call (02) 6215 3333 (option 2) to discuss your needs.
EAP also offer Building Respectful Workplace Relationships and Managing Difficult Conversations sessions tailored to the Voice. The sessions are created by Benestar First Nations Clinical Lead and proud Wiradjuri woman, Sharon Hall.
For more information about EAP services please visit here.
How to call out racism
Managing difficult conversations has its challenges and we encourage you to take the opportunity to inform yourself by attending training and by seeking advice.
The Australian Human Rights Commission has developed an anti-racism e-learning course designed to support a deepened understanding of racism, anti-racism and related concepts. If you are interested in engaging with this e-learning, please submit an Expression of Interest via MOP(S) Learning.