Workshops

MH101 is a one-day workshop for New Zealanders who want to learn how to recognise mental illness, to relate to those experiencing mental illness or distress and to know how to respond appropriately.

Open workshops have places funded for frontline government and social agency staff who are not trained in mental health or addictions. Rural workshops are specifically designed only for rural professionals or farmers. To register, please contact us with your full details, including name, role, organisation and which workshop you wish to attend.

MH101 workshops are held around the country, throughout the year. If your city isn’t listed, keep checking back or contact us to see if we’re coming your way at a future date and get on our waitlist.

Upcoming open workshops

27 September 2018 - Christchurch

28 September 2018 - Masterton

11 October 2018 - Taipa

12 October 2018 - Whangarei

17 October 2018 - Rotorua

18 October 2018 - Tauranga

31 October 2018 - Timaru

Request a workshop

If you’d like to join a workshop in your area, or request a workshop for your organisation or group, please contact us and we’ll discuss the cost and the process. 

0800 4 Blueprint
(0800 4 258 377)

Workshop evaluation

If you have recently been to a MH101 workshop, please give us your feedback to receive your Certificate of Learning.

Frequently asked questions

 
How do I find out if there is a workshop near me?

We list all workshops on this page. If there isn't a workshop in your area, or you want to know more, you can contact us to discuss it further. 

 
How long is the workshop?

The workshop is held from 8.30am – 4.30pm.

 
What does it cost to attend a workshop?

The cost of the workshop per person or organisation is dependent on a number of factors, with free places or workshops available for people and organisations who meet specific criteria. If you are keen to know more, please contact us.

 
Can I get a workshop for my organisation?

Yes, we are more than happy to bring a workshop to your organisation. We take up to 22 learners in each workshop.