Our vision is to be the centrepiece for mental health learning in Victoria; leading and driving innovation that strengthens and sustains a flexible, curious, knowledgeable and recovery-focused workforce.
We are the central agency for public mental health, including lived experience, workforce development in Victoria. We support access to quality, contemporary workforce learning and development, and training. The CMHL is the central agency that connects, collects and shares the information, tools, resources and expertise created through this investment.
We identify, create, and support sharing of mental health learning and development resources across Victoria, allowing the sector to reduce duplication, grow leadership and promote high quality resources within a culture of collaboration. You can find training and resources in our Learning Hub.
Our work can be described across five areas. They are:
- Capability Development
- Wellbeing & Retention
- Lived Experience Workforces
- Early Career
- Digital & Dissemination
Some examples of the work that we do within each area can be found in this document.
We will continue to work with stakeholders across the sector to build mental health workforce capability, practice supports, knowledge translation and innovation.
How we engage
We have developed a comprehensive communication and engagement strategy that includes different ways for people to engage with the CMHL. This includes various methods for consultation, such as large forums, meetings, online consultation, specific site visits and interviews.
Our consultation encompasses metropolitan and regional areas as well as considerations across the lifespan of mental health service provision and specialty areas of the workforce.
Victorian Mental Health training providers
We work with organisations across Victoria who provide training for the mental health workforce.
You can view upcoming learning opportunities from the statewide training providers listed below, and other organisations, in the Learning Hub.