Online programme for domestic workers
COVID-19 and mental health course
Uplifters is offering a brief (5-day) online course to help migrant domestic workers cope with the impact the pandemic has on mental health. In completing the course, students will be able to :
- Debulk misconceptions and learn what to do in specific Covid-19 situations
- Manage their own mental health during the pandemic and beyond
- Support their peers and others through the duration of Covid-19
- Adapt to the changes brought to their work by Covid-19
You can join through our Facebook Messenger ‘Online Courses by Uplifters’.
Course dates are announced on our Facebook page. Our courses are 100% self-paced. Students can participate whenever it works for them, without any scheduled meeting times, students can login and access the material at all hours.
It’s 100% online. We do encourage students to join optional gatherings during days off to meet classmates “in real life”. It’s a great way to make friends and discuss lessons!
All the lessons take place within an online classroom, but students don’t study alone. A team leader, who is a domestic worker herself, will invite new students to join a chat group. The class interacts and participates together, led by the team leader who has already completed the course. There is a maximum of 20 students per group chat, which enables everyone to participate and feel comfortable in asking questions. You can mute the class chat discussion to avoid being disturbed at work.
Yes! At the end of this programme, a certificate of completion is issued. Although this is not an official educational certification, accreditation or diploma, it’s something to be very proud of!