Courses listed below are open for self-enrolment. To enrol in a course, you must create a new account if you do not already have one. Once you have created and verified your account, click on the course title below and click the Enrol me button.

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    Available courses

    This free, self-directed online course is designed for service providers working with older adults. It aims to increase awareness of the social and structural factors influencing the mental health of older adults from immigrant, refugee, ethnocultural and racialized (IRER) groups.

    This self-directed course provides a practical understanding of legislation related to CTOs; the steps in the CTO process and appropriate community treatment plan content; past court and Consent and Capacity Board decisions; and responsibilities regarding the ministry data entry system and billing practices related to CTOs. 

    This self-directed online course will provide students and professionals with a foundational understanding of problem gambling and gaming. This training presents evidence-based screening tools, assessment, and treatment approaches for recognizing and supporting individuals at risk of, or experiencing, problem gambling and/or problem gaming.

    This self-directed course is for mental health and addiction service providers in Ontario. It helps providers recognize and respond to the needs of people who’ve been trafficked.

    Reducing Stigma and Promoting Recovery for Opioid Use is a free, self-directed, online training for healthcare providers that provides an overview of the opioid crisis, opioid use risk factors and related harms, harm reduction strategies, recovery-oriented practice, as well as promising treatment strategies for people with opioid use disorders. This training was developed by the Provincial System Support Program (PSSP) at CAMH in collaboration with the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC).

    SBIRT is an evidence-based, public health approach to the early identification and provision of treatment services to individuals engaging in potentially risky health behaviours – in this case, problem gambling.

    This free, self-directed online course is for service providers and staff working with older adults in long-term care and retirement homes. It provides an overview of mental health and mental illness in older adults in care, including factors specific to older diverse populations.

    This portal gives interested facilitators and organizations serving older adults access to ready-to-deliver mental health promotion and awareness programming for older adults.