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Mental Health First Aid Canada and ASIST Training Provider
Workplace Mental Health Consultant
Our instructors have completed the 5 day Mental Health First Aid Canada instructor training course offered through the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
While our instructors have experience working in a remote location and understand the struggles and stressors associated with isolation; they strongly believe that MHFA Canada training can be beneficial for anyone - anywhere.
The team is passionate about mental wellness; they endeavour to promote mental health in the workplace and strive to encourage individuals to think about how it applies in their own lives.
Their commitment to ending the stigma associated with mental health problems is evident; as is their position on the importance of mental health education. It is their common belief that society must have a better understanding of mental health issues and they believe this is possible through Mental Health First Aid Canada instruction. Through this training they feel a positive change can occur in the way society responds to individuals facing mental health problems. As a result of advocacy, increased education and acceptance their hope is that individuals facing mental health problems can feel supported and the stigma surrounding mental health issues can finally end.
MHFA Canada instruction can be offered by an individual instructor or through co-facilitation; instructors are willing to travel throughout Newfoundland and Labrador and across Canada.
Jim completed the 5 day Mental Health First Aid Canada Instructor training in Winnipeg, Manitoba, February 2015.
Jim graduated from Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador with a Bachelor of Nursing degree and completed an Occupational Health Nursing Certificate with Grant MacEwan, Edmonton, Alberta. He has been working in the Offshore Oil and Gas sector for the last 12 years. His role on the Hibernia Platform is Occupational Health Nurse.
Jason completed the 5 day Mental Health First Aid Canada Instructor training in Toronto, Ontario in January 2015. He also completed the ASIST trainer course in Ottawa, Ontario in April 2018.
Jason graduated from the General Hospital School of Nursing and the Memorial University Centre for Nursing Studies. He has been working in the Offshore Oil and Gas sector for the last 12 years. The last 10 years of which have been on the Hibernia Platform in the role of Nurse Practitioner with a professional certification in Occupational Health Nursing. Prior to this he worked in Critical Care in St. John's and in various locations in the United States and held a certification in Critical Care Nursing.
Steve completed the 5 day Mental Health First Aid Canada Instructor training in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador in September 2014. In 2016, Steve completed further training with the Canadian Mental Health Association and is also a Certified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor. In April 2018, he completed the ASIST trainer course in Ottawa, Ontario.
Steve graduated with a Business Diploma in 1996, at which time he played a role in organizing training for individuals working in the Offshore Oil and Gas sector. In 1997, he began working on the Hibernia Platform; the last 20 years has been in a Communications, Weather and Ice Management role. In 2009, he was the recipient of the ExxonMobil Canada East President's Safety Award following the return to flight operations after the Cougar 491 tragedy. He has completed training in "Safe and Sane Workplaces" and is the founding member of the Offshore Wellness Committee which encompasses both onshore and offshore staff in the oil and gas industry.
Linda completed the 5 day Mental Health First Aid Canada Instructor training in Mississauga, Ontario in July 2015.
Linda graduated from Memorial University with a Masters in Theology and a Bachelor of Education degree. She worked in the Oil and Gas sector as a Workplace Chaplain. Linda is a certified Crisis Intervention Stress Management Responder, was a member of the St. John's International Airport Emergency Response Team and worked as a Clinical Chaplain with Mental Health and Addictions at the Waterford Psychiatric Hospital in St. John's.
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