Queensland Health has launched online counselling courses for free.
The Government has been forced to stop offering counselling courses after hundreds of people were injured and thousands of people are believed to have died after a coronavirus outbreak.
Key points:The new online counselling classes, which are free, are being offered to anyone in Queensland aged 18 and overThe Government is also introducing a new online coronaviricide courseThe courses will be available for up to 10 weeksA spokeswoman for the Department of Health said people with a personal health condition could be enrolled, but she said they would not be able to complete the courses.
“We want people to have a positive experience when they come to the Health Service, and we want to ensure they get the best information and support to make the most of their time in our system,” the spokeswoman said.
“This is part of our work to support people to get the most out of our system and to help people make informed decisions about how best to live their lives.”
The new courses are being launched to help with the transition for people who have recently left the program.
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