Free Mental Health and Wellbeing Training

No further FREE training is available currently. Please recheck page post July.

What training is being offered?

We are currently sourcing additional online mental health and wellbeing training options. For now we have secured the following:

  1. E-Suicide TALK


esuicideTALK is an online self-directed suicide awareness program developed by LivingWorks Education that helps participants explore issues surrounding suicide in a comfortable, safe and self-paced environment. esuicideTALK helps people take the first steps towards community suicide prevention, giving context to an issue which many may not have personal experience with. The course is an interactive learning experience which explores the prevalence and background of suicide in our society, helps participants understand suicide from the perspective of an individual once at risk of suicide, explains how to be receptive to at-risk individuals and ways in which to help. The course is free for staff and students and includes a nationally recognised digital Certificate of Completion.

Training is accessible through a voucher. Training vouchers usually carries a cost of $20 per session, but is currently FREE for Western Sydney Students and Staff.

For more information on esuicideTALK, please visit Living Works - esuicideTALK.

Register for an e-suicideTALK Voucher by emailing the following details to Lifeline Macarthur team:

  • Full name
  • Date of birth
  • preferred email address

Once you register you will receive an email with an e-voucher and instructions on how to access the course. Please note vouchers get processed weekly; please allow a week to receive your voucher.

For more information on our partners Lifeline Macarthur, please visit Lifeline Macarthur (opens in a new window).


To learn more about Free, confidential counselling available to all students, please visit the Counselling Service web page or call 1300 668 370 to make an appointment

To learn more about the Employee Assistance Program, please visit EAP.

If you are in crisis, please contact the Mental Health Line on 1800 011 511, Lifeline on 13 11 14, Emergency Services on 000, or present to your nearest Emergency Department.

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