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RFAST offers valuable insights and practical tools for individuals from various backgrounds and professions, providing a comprehensive understanding of connected resilience and its potential for promoting mental well-being.

Join us to learn how you can make a positive impact in your community, organisation, or personal life by fostering resilience and proactive support.

Resilience First Aid Starter Training

Delve into the evolving world of mental health prevention and learn how to create a supportive environment through psychosocial hazard awareness.

Join us to unlock your potential in promoting resilience and embark on a journey of personal growth and empowerment for the betterment of your community, workplace, and personal life.

Delivery Format

College Students in Classroom

Face-to Face

2-Hour Instructor Led

Working From Home


2 Hours self-paced training through a series of videos and interactive components

Upcoming Courses

By participating in RFAST’s workshop, you will:

  • Develop an appreciation for mental health prevention strategies

  • Gain awareness of psychosocial hazards and their impact

  • Understand the significance of supporting resilience in others

  • Enhance your ability to recognise when someone needs resilience support

  • Identify your strengths and create a resilience action plan


RFAST is a useful course to complete for those interested in progressing on to the accredited 2-day Resilience First Aid Responder course.

Included in RFAST

  • 2 Hours of Training – You can complete the training fully online (self-paced) through videos and interactive training, or you can find an instructor for live training

  • RFAST Participant Workbook – Summary of the workshop content, space for notes, plus your own Active Strength analysis and personal Resilience Action Plan

  • Completion Certificate – Useful as evidence of ongoing professional development marking 2 hours of attended training

The RFAST workshop covers the following topics:

  • The evolution of mental health towards prevention, emerging trends in therapies, and new approaches

  • The importance of psychosocial hazard awareness and your role in promoting a healthy environment

  • The concept of Connected Resilience and strategies for cultivating it

  • The six resilience domains, including their highs, lows, and risk factor awareness

  • Identifying your unique strengths and creating a tailored resilience action plan

The scientific basis of the RFAST course is the Predictive 6 Factor Resilience Model, and includes training on concepts of Psychosocial Hazards from Australia’s legislation for organisation.

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