Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Overview of the Training Program
Background—a brief history
Description of the Training Program
The Learning Model
Governance and support
Benefits of the Training Program
Achievements of the Training Program
Resources

Chapter 2: Workplace Preparation and Recruitment
Preparing the workplace
Recruiting a Trainee
Planning the orientation and induction
Considering culture
Supporting documents and resources

Chapter 3: Workplace Training and Support
Trainees as team members
Planning the workplace learning experience
Supporting Trainees and teams
Glossary
Supporting documents and resources

Chapter 4: University Study and Support
Trainee as a student
University course: Bachelor of Health Science (Mental Health)
Education provider: Roles and responsibilities
University study support and entitlements
Supporting documents

Chapter 5: Clinical Placements and Support
The placement component
Planning and organising a clinical placement
Djirruwang Program requirements
Entitlements
Supporting documents

Chapter 6: Linking Work and Study
Progressing from year one through year three
Year One
Year Two
Year Three
Transition from Trainee to graduate
Continuing professional development
Supporting document and resources

Chapter 7: Monitoring and Evaluation
Developing a monitoring and evaluation framework
Aboriginal Mental Health Worker Training Program Logic
Monitoring and evaluation plan
Glossary
Supporting documents

Bibliography