The Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health (IRMH) Course is a free, self-directed training that offers evidence-based information for service providers to provide better care and support to immigrants and refugees arriving to Canada. It is designed to provide an interactive experience where you can consult with experts in the field, and connect with other service providers across Canada.

The six-week online course consists of 10 modules and takes approx. 20 – 25 hours to complete. We are currently registering individuals for our course offering starting July 82024.

We strive to provide an inclusive, accessible course that enables all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact irmhproject@​camh.​ca

The following information is collected for registration and evaluative purposes. The information on the first page is needed in order to register you for the course. On pages two and three we are asking that you tell us a little about yourself, this information will be used in evaluations of the course content and for descriptive purposes. We ask that you take the time to answer all of the questions. The information will not be provided to anyone outside of the IRMH Project and Health Equity team at CAMH.

Course Details

Date: July 8 — August 19, 2024
For who:
Settlement, social and health service providers across Canada (excluding Quebec)

Course Syllabus