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NZQA Peer Support Training in Auckland 2013

The Certificate in Peer Support (Mental Health) Level 4 is an NZQA approved course developed specifically for Peer Support Workers to meet the needs of their role.


  • May 15th/16th, 29th/30th
  • June 12th/13th, 26th/27th
  • July 10th/11th, 24th/25th

Days: Wednesdays and Thursdays
Time: 9.30am – 4.00pm
Venue: Mind and Body, 395A Manukau Road, Epsom, Auckland

Cost: $1035.00 (incl GST) – with scholarship (see below for details)
$3335.00 (incl GST) – without scholarship

This (course) has had an overwhelming positive experience on my life, it’s given me the opportunity to put my knowledge and skills into something I feel very passionate about and at the same time go through my own self development.
~ Certificate in Peer Support student

NZQA Certificate in Peer Support (Mental Health) (Level 4)
The challenges of Peer Support are unique. You are required to bring elements of deeply personal experience into a professional setting, and to make difficult decisions on a regular basis about how best to promote recovery. The Certificate in Peer Support ensures you are fully equipped to rise to these challenges, and become great Peer Support Workers.

For more information contact: Philippa Coyle philippa@mindandbody.co.nz 09 630 5909 x817 or visit the website www.mindandbody.ac.nz

Scholarships Available – Auckland NZQA Certificate in Peer Support (Mental Health) (Level 4)
Mind and Body Learning and Development are currently taking applications for scholarships for their Certificate in Peer Support (Mental Health), Level 4.

With scholarship the cost of the Certificate is only $1035.00 (incl GST)
Scholarships are limited so be quick to apply!

Applications close: 9am, Monday 15th April 2013

Criteria for receiving a scholarship

To meet the criteria for receiving a scholarship you must:

  • Have made suitable practicum placement arrangements before the start of the course. The practicum component occurs on the job, typically over a six month period
  • Have personal experience of mental illness
  • Have evidence of recovery and strategies for maintaining well-being
  • Have at least level 3 English language and literacy skills

To apply for scholarships please contact:
Philippa Coyle
09 630 5909 x817

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