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Flinders University

  • 19% international / 81% domestic

Graduate Certificate in Education (Wellbeing and Positive Mental Health)

  • Graduate Certificate

Wellbeing and positive mental health promotion is a new and growing area of the curriculum for teachers and educators, as evidenced by the current and emerging education policy and curriculum frameworks at international, federal, state and community levels.

Key details

Degree Type
Graduate Certificate
Duration
1 year part-time
Study Mode
Online, In person
Intake Months
Feb, Jul
Domestic Fees
$7,848 per year
International Fees
$12,250 per year

About this course

Wellbeing and positive mental health promotion is a new and growing area of the curriculum for teachers and educators, as evidenced by the current and emerging education policy and curriculum frameworks at international, federal, state and community levels. The Flinders University Wellbeing and Positive Mental Health program is the first course in South Australia to offer postgraduate training in this emerging field.   The course: is designed to provide a mechanism for policy initiatives in wellbeing and positive mental health promotion to be implemented in schools and communities across the state and nationally aims to: equip teachers, educators and leaders in schools, the community, workplaces, universities and training institutions to specialise and take leadership in promoting wellbeing and positive mental health enhance cognitive skills, reflective awareness and creativity to facilitate the application of evidence-based knowledge, skills and capacities to the promotion of wellbeing and positive mental health in educational contexts can be taken fully online. Note: The Master of Education and related specialisations does not qualify graduates for teacher registration.

Entry requirements

Minimum Prior Qualification
Bachelor

Study locations

Online

Graduate outcomes

Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Teacher Education courses at Flinders University.
87.3%
Overall satisfaction
75%
Skill scale
74.3%
Teaching scale
87.1%
Employed full-time
$92.6k
Average salary