Experts In Mental Health Professional Development & Training
Beyond Limits Learning Clinic (BLLC) looks towards actively supporting those in our community
who care for others.
We strive to break down the stigma around mental illness and champion the improved support, early detection and treatment of mental health illnesses by educating and providing information, building awareness and capacity in the community.
We pride ourselves on providing professional, down to earth, interactive training and assistance that people genuinely want to be part of.
Beyond Limits Learning Clinic is proud to be a highly regarded, NSW NESA accredited provider of Mental Health First Aid Training across Australia since 2010.
BLLC is Directed by the National Consultant Trainer of Standard, Youth & Teen Programs at MHFA Australia and as such is recognised with the highest level of accreditation, Principal Master status.
Join the community leading the way forward for professional development and student upskilling that truly makes a difference to our community.
In 2010, after recognising the ever-growing need for educational assistance for people experiencing a range of cognitive, learning, and social behaviour difficulties, BLLC was established to provide an innovative, hands-on mental health training facility.
With over a decade of experience within the education industry specialising in the training and developing professionals, BLLC has become a proactive accredited master provider of official, internationally renowned Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training courses.
BLLC is the chosen professional development provider of organisations across Australia including NSW PHN’s, NSW Juvenile Justice, Catholic Care Sydney, the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, Jewish Care, SGCH, as well as a multitude of government educational facilities, private schools, charities, and community services.
“We’re here to push the envelope of traditional mental health training and replace the fear-mongering that exists around this topic with passion, good humour and empowerment.”