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Our courses are designed to draw on a recovery-oriented approach to mental health care. In practice, this means we support genuine collaboration with individuals on their recovery journey by seeking to maximise hope, strength, resilience, and self-determination.
Students from a range of professions with a passion for mental health care are welcome to apply to our Applied Mental Health Studies courses and join our interprofessional learning community.
Our newly designed mental health course will equip students with practical skills to engage in recovery-oriented mental health care. We value the expertise of a persons’ lived experience and teach a holistic collaborative approach to person-centred care planning.
From the outset, students select their preferred specialisation across the lifespan. Within most units you will study alongside students specialising across the lifespan and apply knowledge to your specialisation and practice setting.
Learn more about Applied Mental Health Studies.
Download the Applied Mental Health Studies prospectus
Students can choose to complete any number of 50 hour professional development units that may also be used as stackable credit towards our Applied Mental Health Studies courses at a later date.
Learn more about Professional Development Courses
Download the Professional Development prospectus
Our innovative Psychiatric Medicine higher education program is designed to enable doctors to access contemporary and recovery-oriented learning.
Our courses are open to doctors with an interest in mental health, and have also been designed to meet the needs of three distinct groups:
Join a new generation of doctors who understand and practice true partnerships with patients and collaborate across disciplines to improve the mental health care. Learn more about studying Psychiatric Medicine.
Download a Psychiatric Medicine Prospectus:
Flexibility in study is key for busy professionals. Students at HETI Higher Education can choose from a range of pathways, including award pathways, professional development pathways and options to study single units.