The Saskatchewan Safety Council is offering free mental health training for youth ages 14-21.
According to spokeswoman Merissa Scarlett , the free training is part of a bigger safety program called career safety education.
She noted the mental health training is dedicated to providing stress coping skills.
“Identifying stressers and self care so that you can get an awareness of any issues that they are experiencing.”
For those interested in accessing the training, Scarlett encourages people to visit their website, click the career safety education link and begin it.
“The third course covers your worker rights,” she said. “It goes through the basics of any workplace. The next course is the mental health component.”