Entries in Training Programs (5)


MensWatch - Male Peer Support Training Program

Enables men
to support other men in their workplace, organisation or community.

Trains men with knowledge and skills to support other men experiencing challenges with personal, relationship or mental health issues.

Equips men to take action to prevent male suicide and self-harm.

Builds capacity in workplaces, organisations and communities for male mental health and wellbeing.

Ideal for Workplaces, Community groups, Organisations, Churches & Church associated NGOs.

Over two days (or equivalent) we teach MensWatch participants about:

  • Principles of skilled helping
  • Taking care of themselves as helpers
  • Common problems that men experience
  • Mental health
  • Helping men in a crisis
  • Self-help strategies for psychological wellbeing
  • Surviving relationship breakdown
  • Accessing the right kind of professional support

  • For more information go to


    Men's Health Australia eNews, 5 February 2011

    In this edition:

    • Male Studies Symposium
    • Effective Ways of Engaging Men training programs
    • Working with men affected by violence
    • One in Three Campaign submission to the Whole of ACT Government Statement on Family Violence
    • Submissions to Family Violence Bill 2010
    • Tasmanian Men’s Gathering 11–14 March 2011
    • Giving boys the best possible start in life: International Men's Day 2011
    • Eek! A Male!
    • Quick links to recent stories and resources of interest

    EMALE Issue 95 (February 2011)

    In this month's issue:

    new UK men’s health week campaign launched

    AMI on the nose for men's problems down below

    men’s health SERVICES training programs

    Prostate Cancer and Sexual Activity Survey

    myCompass - on line self help program

    future events

    • National Men's Health Gathering 2011 September 19 - 22 2011 Perth Pan Pacific Hotel
    • job opportunity - CEO Menslink, Canberra

    news briefs

    • UK sexual health campaign targets middle aged men

    Working with men affected by violence - training program

    Sydney, March 21 2011, 9am - 4pm, Forum Room 1, Hyde Park Inn, 271 Elizabeth Street, Sydney. In Australia up to one in three victims of family violence are male but the needs of male victims remain largely unmet even though the issue of men affected by violence in intimate relationships has been reported for many years. This is Australia’s only training program for health, welfare and community workers that provides information and strategies for working with men who are affected by violence in their relationships.

    Click to read more ...


    Men's Health Australia eNews, 19 November 2010

    In this edition:

    • Happy International Men's Day!
    • Dr Warren Farrell talks about International Men’s Day
    • International Men’s Day: Australia’s health lead at risk
    • The Australian Institute of Male Health and Studies launched
    • The Australian Men's Shed Association 4th National Conference
    • Effective Ways of Engaging Men training programs
    • Victorian Men's Health and Wellbeing Strategy
    • A Snapshot of Men's Health in Regional and Remote Australia
    • Quick links to recent stories and resources of interest