Emerging Minds Training – The National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health offers innovative online courses specifically designed to support your practice. For clinical or non-clinical professionals who works with children (aged 0 – 12 years), with adults who are parents, or with families. The courses are interactive and engaging, free, available 24-7 and contain invaluable practical demonstrations to enable you to visualise putting learning into practice.
Challenging behaviour and intellectual disability – free e-learning. A series of new modules about intellectual disability and mental disorder. Two new modules on legal and ethical practice, and three modules on challenging behaviour. The modules are evidence-based and peer-reviewed, and aim to equip health professionals to deliver optimal services to people with an intellectual disability and a mental disorder.
Human Rights and You is a national video-based e-learning program for disability support workers about why human rights matter when supporting people with disability. The program aligns with the Victorian Government’s Zero Tolerance to Abuse measures. Tpics explored include: What are Human Rights; Rights and Responsibilities; When Rights Go Wrong; Asking for Help. Each topic takes approximately 20 minutes to complete and it is free to sign up to access the learning platform.
Headspace – Course Modules on Mental Health Wellbeing for Allied Health Professionals.
Trauma and the Child – This course will introduce you to key elements of understanding the prevalence of trauma, and its impact on children and families. With the right supports, children can and do recover from experiences of trauma and adversity.
Epilepsy 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.
COPMI (Children of Parents with a Mental Illness) – The COPMI national initiative offer interactive eLearning courses to professionals in mental health and allied health areas who are in key positions where they can assist parents who have a mental illness, their children and families.
Idmh e-learning: free eLearning resources about intellectual disability for professionals, carers, and consumers.
Training materials for teachers of learners with severe, profound and complex learning difficulties – 16 modules on child development, supporting families, quality of life, communication and interaction, assessment, monitoring and evaluation, augmentative and assistive strategies, positive behaviour support strategies, emotional well-being, and neuro-science.
https://www.nds.org.au/zero-tolerance-framework/understanding-abuse – A 30-minute video based e-learning program for disability support workers. Three modules with printable worksheets help facilitate personal and group reflection and a commitment to action.