Welcome to Muskie School’s Center For Learning:
Maine’s Resource for Adult Mental Health Workforce Certification

Please see our Communications Page for Certification-related Updates in response to COVID-19.

How to Get MHRT/C Certified

Want an MHRT/C certificate, but don't know how or where to start? There are several options to certification. Follow the link below to determine the best pathway for you to obtain the MHRT/C.

Renew your MHRT/C

Need to Renew your MHRT/C certificate? Need a list of the MHRT/C Knowledge Competencies? Or do you need some continuing education ideas? Please go to our Continuing Education page for information on the above.

OUR LATEST MHRT/C
NEWSLETTER

Our August 17, 2021 takes a look at recent surveys on face-to-face vs. virtual training.

MAINE'S MENTAL HEALTH
SYSTEM 101: AN INTRODUCTION

This one-hour online course is required for Provisional MHRT/C certification. It provides an introduction to Maine’s behavioral health system and history, as well as the values, qualities, and expectations. Be sure to save your certificate to submit with your application.

Adult Learner: Key Theories & Concepts

This four-module training is intended to provide an overview of adult learning theories, concepts, and facilitation skills associated with being an effective trainer of adults. Originally designed as part of the Mental Health Rehabilitation Technician/Community (MHRT/C) Train-the-Trainer application process, it is now free and open to all trainers.

COVID-19 Safety Training
for Direct Care Workers

With funding from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), The University of Southern Maine’s Cutler Institute has developed a no-cost, web-based COVID-19 safety training for direct care workers. The training focuses on the safety of the worker and covers the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendations for stopping the spread of coronavirus in home and community-based settings.