Register Your Interest
Peer Work Scholarships

Register your interest for upcoming Peer Work Scholarships rounds.

Please note: This is an expression of interest form only. To be considered for a Scholarship you must submit an application. By registering your interest here, we will email you an application form when your nominated scholarship round opens.

Register Your Interest

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Each round of scholarships is targeted to a specific region. Please nominate your scholarship round below, based on your location and eligibility for that round.*

To be eligible to apply for a scholarship you must:

1. be 17 years or older and no longer in school, and a resident of Queensland*
2. be an Australian or New Zealand citizen, or a holder of a permanent residence visa, or a migrant, refugee or asylum seeker holding a temporary or bridging visa providing work and/or study rights*
3. have a lived experience of mental illness and/or suidality as a consumer, carer, family member*
4. wish to seek employment in a Peer Worker role or be employed with a mental health or suicide prevention service provider in a Peer Worker role*
5. be able to meet the attendance and study requireents to complete the Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work course - approximately 12 hour per week and 80 hour work placement*
I agree that the above details and responses are true and correct*
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General Enquiries

Do you have a general enquiry or need more information about the Mental Health Peer Work Scholarships Program? Please send us your questions and we will respond to you shortly.

You can keep up to date with Peer Work Scholarship information here.

We encourage your feedback as this contributes to improving the quality of our services. To provide feedback or make a complaint click here.

*Please note QAMH is NOT a mental health service provider. As the peak body for the Community Mental Health and Wellbeing sector in Queensland, we represent more than 100 organisations and individual members involved in the quality delivery of community mental health and wellbeing services across the state. QAMH does not provide clinical assistance or direct services. If you are in distress or crisis, click here for a list of services available to you.