FreeoOnline Course – Global Adolescent Health

Online Course – Global Adolescent Health: This free, online course on adolescent health is taught by the University of Melbourne and suits counsellors, parents, youth and health workers, teachers or anyone with an interest in understanding and helping teens. Topics include chronic illness and disability, mental health, substance use, sexual health, nutrition, physical activity and […]

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Research project: Decision-making support – free online training for support workers

This online course has been designed to improve knowledge about decision-making support for disability support workers. If you are a disability support worker working with adults with intellectual disability or acquired brain injury, you are invited to participate in the course and help to evaluate it. It’s brief, interactive, and free! It will take approximately […]

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3 Day Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Intermediate Training 19-21 June

This 3 Day Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Intermediate Training is offered through a collaboration between the DEAI, Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability(asid-SA Chapter) and Flinders University. It is for Professional and Clinical staff with existing experience in delivering PBS, and who are looking to further consolidate their skills. You will be provided with a range of PBS tools and work toward […]

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Webinar 2: Treatment principles for people living with Borderline Personality Disorder

The Mental Health Professionals’ Network, in partnership with the Australian BPD Foundation and Spectrum Personality Disorder Service for Victoria is producing a free webinar series to increase clinicians’ expertise and ability to provide high quality, responsive, evidence-based treatment, care and support for people with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Registrations are now open for the second webinar, Treatment principles for people living […]

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Epilepsy Action Australia – Online training courses

Epilepsy Action Australia’s online courses have been designed to provide comprehensive and flexible training, that can be accessed anywhere at any time. The range of courses has been designed to cater to family members and carers, health professionals and those working in community services. For details visit: https://www.epilepsy.org.au/education-training/online-training/

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