MHFA Basic – Aug 1 & 2

Important Notice: This training will delve into the topic of mental health and suicide.  We understand that suicide can be a triggering or heavy topic for people. If you feel this hits too close to home for you to take at this time, we ask that you connect with us so we can further discuss what the training entails and/or discuss joining at a future date, if desired.

The event is finished.

Date

Aug 01 - 02 2023
Expired!

Time

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Cost

$175.00

Location

COR Academy - 2nd Floor
1162 Osler St, Regina, SK

It is recommended to park your vehicle one block over on Halifax Street. There is plenty of free street parking with no time restrictions! Please note that parking restrictions vary along Osler Street and 6th Avenue — there is periodic enforcement along these streets. When you arrive at the lobby, take the elevator to the 2nd floor. Around the corner, you will find a door with signage that will lead you down a hallway to the COR Academy! Coffee, tea and water will be available throughout the day. A kitchenette with a fridge will be accessible to store any food or snacks you may wish to bring along with you. We look forward to welcoming you at the COR Academy!

Category

Facilitators

  • Rachelle Chartier
    Rachelle Chartier
    Learning & Development

    Since completing her degree in kinesiology with a major in adapted physical activity in 2009, Rachelle has been passionate about serving and inspiring others, just as her younger brother Justin, inspires her every day! Joining COR in 2017, Rachelle has become a certified facilitator in various training programs offered by COR and is dedicated to ensure everyone at COR receives the training they need to be their best!

  • Mandy Boersch
    Mandy Boersch
    Director of Health

    Mandy is a Registered Psychiatric Nurse (RPN), Certified Developmental Disability Nurse (CDDN), and is a member of the Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association of Saskatchewan (RPNAS). Mandy was first introduced to COR in 2010 when she relocated to Regina from Saskatoon. After a short time away, Mandy returned having completed her nursing program and was eager to continue to assist those in the community that need additional support to succeed. Mandy continues to build upon her knowledge base in human services and health care as she is currently enrolled with Douglas College furthering her Nursing Degree with the goal of becoming a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Mental Health.