Welcome to MSA Education
Male Survivors Aotearoa (MSA) provides a range of education programs for its peer worker community. In addition to our residential programs we are developing a series of modular online learning programs to improve peer worker understanding of key peer support policies and practices.

All of our programs are intended to be available to people working with MSA or our Member Organisations (MMO). Our residential programs are available on application, subject to program demand and course schedules. Our online programs are available on demand and free of charge, subject to approval of the relevant MMO manager. These programs may also be available to external parties on payment of a course fee.

Online Modular Programs

Supervision for Peer Workers

An introduction to MSA supervision policy – the why, what, and how of supervision for peer workers

90 minutes (Four 15-minute modules)

Engaging with Clients (coming soon)

An introduction to the MSA peer support process and a useful guide for peer workers engaging with new clients

90 minutes (Four 15-minute modules, coming soon)

Residential Programs

Peer Support

An introduction to the values, principles, and practice of peer support.

5-day residential program

Reflective Practice

An in-depth experiential program to enable advanced learning for experienced peer workers

3-day residential program

Hosting Peer Support Groups

A program designed to train experienced peer workers to facilitate group sessions

4-day residential program (coming soon)