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Mental Health Training Added to Career Safety Education!

Mental Health Training is now available free of charge for all Saskatchewan youth aged 14 to 21! As part of the Career Safety Education program, youth in Saskatchewan have access to Mental Health: Health and Wellness Strategies, an online course dedicated to providing skills to cope with stress.

“Including this training component reinforces for youth the importance of understanding mental health and makes a connection for them between safety in the workplace and mental wellness,” says Saskatchewan Safety Council Community Relations Coordinator, Merissa Scarlett.

The content empowers youth to improve their own mental well-being by building resilience (mental fitness). It focusses on recognizing symptoms, identifying stressors and choosing appropriate reactions.

Career Safety Education is the result of a strategic alliance of organizations brought together by the Saskatchewan Safety Council to provide every Saskatchewan youth between 14 and 21 with free career focused safety education.

Why does Career Safety Education matter? Learn more about Cade Sprackman and his story here:

Interested in registering or learning more about Career Safety Education? You can find more information here.

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