OUR PROGRAMS Delivering tailor-made programs to the corporate sector, schools, higher Tertiary Institutions and the wider community.

Our areas of expertise

WORKPLACE

Our Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing programs aid at being complementary to your existing wellbeing programs. In some cases, it can be the start of an organisational shift towards a cultural change that catapults wellbeing into the limelight in your workplace. The Wellbeing Affect team works closely with you, to ensure that our training is tailored to meet the needs of your staff and company as a whole. This is a key differentiator of our business, supporting you to cultivate what you have learned in our training and implement it within your workplace.

SCHOOLS

Are you looking for 14 hours of NESA accredited training? The Wellbeing Affect have been working in Secondary schools for over 20 years and we are excited to be offering your school the Internationally acclaimed Youth Mental First Aid course. Completing the Wellbeing Affect’s Youth Mental Health First Aid course will contribute 14 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 3.5.3; 4.1.3; 6.3.3; 7.3.3 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient or Highly Accomplished Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

COMMUNITY

The Wellbeing Affect provides a number of offerings to local communities nationwide. Not only do we deliver Mental Health and Wellbeing programs, but our Wellbeing Champions also work with individuals to achieve their wellness goals. Our work in the community is tailored to meet the needs of the specific group that we are collaborating with, such as local government and non-government organisations, sporting clubs and local parents, who may come together to upskill and obtain the knowledge needed to support their community.

TERTIARY

Are you a Private College or University, looking to upskill your students, staff and/or alumni in mental health? The Wellbeing Affect works with a variety of Higher Education institutions nationally. We are proud of the partnerships we have built over the years, tailoring each program to suit the needs of the cohort we are working with. We take into account the various stakeholders that may be present and thus create a course that is relevant and impactful. Kim Huckerby (Founder of TWA) has been an educator for the Australian College of Applied Psychology for a number of years and brings a wealth of experience in this sector to the training courses on offer.

Our areas of expertise

WORKPLACE

Our Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing programs aid at being complementary to your existing wellbeing programs. In some cases, it can be the start of an organisational shift towards a cultural change that catapults wellbeing into the limelight in your workplace. The Wellbeing Affect team works closely with you, to ensure that our training is tailored to meet the needs of your staff and company as a whole. This is a key differentiator of our business, supporting you to cultivate what you have learned in our training and implement it within your workplace.

SCHOOLS

Are you looking for 14 hours of NESA accredited training? The Wellbeing Affect have been working in Secondary schools for over 20 years and we are excited to be offering your school the Internationally acclaimed Youth Mental First Aid course. Completing the Wellbeing Affect’s Youth Mental Health First Aid course will contribute 14 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 3.5.3; 4.1.3; 6.3.3; 7.3.3 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient or Highly Accomplished Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

COMMUNITY

The Wellbeing Affect provides a number of offerings to local communities nationwide. Not only do we deliver Mental Health and Wellbeing programs, but our Wellbeing Champions also work with individuals to achieve their wellness goals. Our work in the community is tailored to meet the needs of the specific group that we are collaborating with, such as local government and non-government organisations, sporting clubs and local parents, who may come together to upskill and obtain the knowledge needed to support their community.

TERTIARY

Are you a Private College or University, looking to upskill your students, staff and/or alumni in mental health? The Wellbeing Affect works with a variety of Higher Education institutions nationally. We are proud of the partnerships we have built over the years, tailoring each program to suit the needs of the cohort we are working with. We take into account the various stakeholders that may be present and thus create a course that is relevant and impactful. Kim Huckerby (Founder of TWA) has been an educator for the Australian College of Applied Psychology for a number of years and brings a wealth of experience in this sector to the training courses on offer.

Our areas of expertise

WORKPLACE

Our Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing programs aid at being complementary to your existing wellbeing programs. In some cases, it can be the start of an organisational shift towards a cultural change that catapults wellbeing into the limelight in your workplace. The Wellbeing Affect team works closely with you, to ensure that our training is tailored to meet the needs of your staff and company as a whole. This is a key differentiator of our business, supporting you to cultivate what you have learned in our training and implement it within your workplace.

SCHOOLS

Are you looking for 14 hours of NESA accredited training? The Wellbeing Affect have been working in Secondary schools for over 20 years and we are excited to be offering your school the Internationally acclaimed Youth Mental First Aid course. Completing the Wellbeing Affect’s Youth Mental Health First Aid course will contribute 14 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 3.5.3; 4.1.3; 6.3.3; 7.3.3 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient or Highly Accomplished Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

COMMUNITY

The Wellbeing Affect provides a number of offerings to local communities nationwide. Not only do we deliver Mental Health and Wellbeing programs, but our Wellbeing Champions also work with individuals to achieve their wellness goals. Our work in the community is tailored to meet the needs of the specific group that we are collaborating with, such as local government and non-government organisations, sporting clubs and local parents, who may come together to upskill and obtain the knowledge needed to support their community.

TERTIARY

Are you a Private College or University, looking to upskill your students, staff and/or alumni in mental health? The Wellbeing Affect works with a variety of Higher Education institutions nationally. We are proud of the partnerships we have built over the years, tailoring each program to suit the needs of the cohort we are working with. We take into account the various stakeholders that may be present and thus create a course that is relevant and impactful. Kim Huckerby (Founder of TWA) has been an educator for the Australian College of Applied Psychology for a number of years and brings a wealth of experience in this sector to the training courses on offer.